LIVES OF MEANING AND PURPOSE
The Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success (CELCS) is a one-stop shop to help prepare and empower Tigers for life after Trinity—from their first day on campus to the first day of their career.
Find career resources, ways to network, and events to attend that set you up for success.
You want to see your child thrive during and after Trinity. Equip yourself with tools to accelerate their success.
Explore opportunities to network, develop professionally, and engage with Trinity.
Learn about ways to recruit, sponsor, and network with your future workforce.
Tigers are a Force in Motion
Throughout the Trinity journey, students gain valuable experiences inside and outside of the classroom.
CELCS helps students secure internship experiences at Fortune 500 companies and nonprofits, get hands-on learning through undergraduate research and community service, and ultimately become successful alumni who make an impact.
The Trinity Difference
Evaluate your interests, values, and skills - matching these to career-related options.
Service learning combines classroom learning with meeting community needs.
Earn up to six academic credits for internships that complement your academic program.
Search for internships and workshops to boost your hands-on experience.
Undergrads work directly with faculty members in innovative research.
Connect with employers and discover job search resources.
Learn ways to put your best foot—and résumé—forward.
Work with a career adviser on graduate school strategies, plans, and applications.
The proof? Successful outcomes through lives of meaning and purpose.
Nia Clements '22, Undergraduate Researcher
Nia began researching gastric cancer at age 13 and joined a research lab her first-year at Trinity.
Starjjil Shelvin ’19, Dell Corporation
After earning an engineering science degree from Trinity, Starjill jump-started his career at Dell.
Daniel Lubetzky '90, Founder and CEO, KIND Snacks
Daniel is a new kind of entrepreneur: businessman, pacifist, innovator. This is only part of his story.