Making Connections Goes Mobile
Signature networking events transition to online, industry-specific format
Friday, January 22, 2021
Carlos Anchondo and Victor Vo engage in conversation in CSI

Making Connections, Trinity’s signature nationwide event connecting current students with alumni for career networking and advice, is going digital for 2021.

Typically, Making Connections events are held across the country during the months of December and January, offering opportunities for select Alumni Chapter cities to host students while they are home for the winter break. But as this school year has already proven—nothing remains “typical.”

This year, Making Connections pivots to an online-only format and aims to facilitate industry-specific connections rather than location-specific ones. It’s no secret that Trinity students use their liberal arts backgrounds to enter almost every imaginable professional industry; around 25% of them even go on to start businesses of their own. Alumni, students, and parents are invited to join these virtual events and connect with each other.

“Making Connections lets students take what they’ve learned in an academic setting and apply it to professional networking practice,” says Sidney Lopez, Young Alumni and Student Programs Coordinator in the Office of Alumni Relations. “While it may look a little different this year, we’re hoping students will take the same things from the events that they were able to in-person: meeting alumni, learning more about their industries, and facilitating meaningful dialogue.”

If you’re a Tiger who can’t wait to connect with other Tigers of all stripes, this year’s Making Connections is for you. Register now for the upcoming industry-specific events that interest you!

  • Friday, February 5: Communications and Marketing
  • Thursday, February 25: STEM and Medical Fields
  • Wednesday, March 24: Nonprofit and Government Industries
  • Tuesday, April 20: Business-related Industries and Entrepreneurship

 

Register Now!

 


Making Connections is sponsored by Trinity University Alumni Relations and Career Services, who collaborate to offer career and networking programs and services to Tigers of all class years.

Jeanna Goodrich Balreira '08 is the director for content strategy for Trinity University Strategic Communications and Marketing.

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