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Trinity Employability Award

For more information on the features and requirements of the Trinity Employability Award, you can view a recording of the Employability Award Information Session recorded in October 2020.

Trinity is committed to preparing its students for the ever-changing challenges of the 21st century workplace. The Trinity Employability Award, run in partnership with key employers, was established in 2016 to give students learning experiences that contribute to the development of the Trinity graduate attributes and, in turn, their employability skills.

The Trinity Employability Award runs over one semester annually and combines industry-led training in highly transferable soft and technical skills with a university-led workshop to help students reflect on and articulate their learning. For the Trinity Employability Award 2020/2021, the Social Action, Digital Health and Pharma Pathways will run in Michalmas Term and the Professional Services Pathway will run in Hilary Term.

Previous Winners of the Trinity Employability Award

2020/2021

Winning Student Programme Trinity Employability Award Partner Employer
Ryan Penrose Biochemistry Pharma Pathway MSD Dunboyne Biologics
Pulkit Agarwal Computer Engineering Digital Health (Medical Devices) Pathway Neuromod
Linette Hartzell Bioengineering Digital Health (Medical Devices) Pathway Neuromod
Lile Donohue Philosophy, Political Science, Economics and Sociology Single Pathway Social Action (Migration) Pathway Irish Refugee Council
Elena Stotts-Lee Philosophy, Political Science, Economics and Sociology Single Pathway Social Action (Migration) Pathway Irish Refugee Council
Sierra Mueller-Owens Law and Political Science Joint Pathway Social Action (Migration) Pathway IOM - The UN Agency
Cillian Diskin Law and Business Joint Pathway Professional Services Pathway PwC
Conall Roe Economic and Social Studies Professional Services Pathway EY
Stephen Ennis Economic and Social Studies Professional Services Pathway Deloitte

2019/2020

Winning Student Programme Trinity Employability Award Partner Employer
Shreya Pattar TSM English Literature and Philosophy Professional Services Pathway KPMG
Orla Hughes Law Single Pathway Professional Services Pathway EY
Suzanne Dias Law and Business Joint Pathway Professional Services Pathway PwC
Oisín Horgan Global Business Professional Services Pathway Deloitte
Liew Chee Foong Pharmacy - Integrated Pharma Pathway Takeda
Aghogho Atiyota Pharmacy - Integrated Pharma Pathway Pfizer
Deirdre Donohue Psychology Single Pathway Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel Intel
Peter Herbert Physics Single Pathway Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel Intel

2018/2019

Winning Student Programme Trinity Employability Award Partner Employer
Eoin Caffrey Nanoscience - Physics & Chemistry of Advanced Materials Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel Intel
Dawn Kelly Nanoscience - Physics & Chemistry of Advanced Materials Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel Intel
Jamison Engels Computer Science and Business Professional Services Pathway Deloitte
Maebh Ni Ghuairim Professional Services Pathway PwC
Mark Finn Economics and Political Science Professional Services Pathway EY
Deirdre Donohue Psychology Professional Services Pathway KPMG

2017/2018

Winning Student Programme Trinity Employability Award Partner Employer
Anastasiia Shandra Nanoscience - Physics & Chemistry of Advanced Materials Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel Intel
Sean Mok Nanoscience - Physics & Chemistry of Advanced Materials Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel Intel

2016/2017

Winning Student Programme Trinity Employability Award Partner Employer
Rebecca Kelly Nanoscience - Physics & Chemistry of Advanced Materials Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel Intel
Dale Chen Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel Intel

Further information

If you have any questions about the Award after reading the above material, you can send them by email to employability@tcd.ie and we will reply as soon as possible.

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