Engage with the best and brightest.

Time is money, so the Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success teams keep up-to-date on the latest employer and workforce trends to help prepare Trinity students to be a valuable asset to your organization. If you are an employer who is also an alumnus or parent, then you know first-hand the power of a Trinity education.

There are many ways to recruit or be recruited at Trinity with opportunities ranging from career fair events to promoting a position in the campus newspaper, the Trinitonian.


Mentor a Scholar

The 1869 Scholars Program connects alumni and students in professional networking.


Interested in engaging with a student?

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Jobs and Internships

Share your open positions with qualified Trinity Tigers! Trinity uses Handshake to post jobs and internships. 

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Trinity's Internship Pipeline


Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsor an upcoming Career Fair, earn prominence in our online recruiting system, and get digital recognition on career marketing materials.

Current Sponsorship Opportunities

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Recruiting and Policies

The University has facilities available to accommodate on-campus recruitment schedules free of charge to recruiting organizations. 

On-Campus Recruiting

Recruiting Policies

Our Tigers

Trinity recruits the best and brightest students, teaching them to be well rounded contributors to any company. For a work environment that is constantly changing, we know you need people on your team who are adaptable, strategic thinkers and problem-solvers.

Trinity Student Profile

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Mike Owens

Vice President of Global Shared Services, Dell

The thing I see in graduates coming out of Trinity’s BAT program is, not only are they technically capable, but they have business savvy, and can think critically as well. They come out of college with more than an academic resume: we feel that we’re bringing in someone who is ready to step in and do real work."

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Allison Hawk '88

Founder, AHC Consulting

At Trinity, the liberal arts is a problem-solving discipline. “When I see someone with that on their degree, that catches my eye because I know they’re willing to learn, they’re willing to grow, and they’re willing to stretch out of their comfort zone."

Our University

Home to more than 2,500 students, Trinity is guided by a mission and set of values that place the student experience at its core. As a community that both honors our past and shapes our future, we strive to live our values in everything we do. When you connect with Trinity students, you’re creating value for long-term success. 

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