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Trinity Alumni Online

Connect - Network - Mentor - Inspire

Are you looking to increase your professional network by meeting fellow alumni in your industry? Do you want to broaden your horizons by joining a global network of graduates? Are you interested in developing your own leadership skills and boosting your CV and career by mentoring a current Trinity student or recent graduate? Would you like to connect with Trinity offer holders to talk about why you chose Trinity and what it’s meant for you?

When joining Trinity Alumni Online, all of the above is possible. Trinity Alumni Online is an exclusive, online platform for the Trinity community with over 7,000 users in more than 70 countries.

Whether you want to connect with other professional graduates, seek advice from a graduate or become a Mentor or Ambassador yourself, Trinity Alumni Online is a flexible and easy-to-use free service designed to improve your networking and mentoring experiences.

Visit Trinity Alumni Online

Join Trinity Alumni Online today and:

  • Network with other alumni around the world. Search by industry, geographical location or by using keywords to find and contact fellow Trinity graduates and increase your professional network.
  • Mentor current Trinity students or recent graduates. According to the Harvard Business Review, "People with mentors perform better, advance in their careers faster, and even experience more work-life satisfaction." Mentoring is an incredibly fulfilling volunteering opportunity and Trinity Alumni Online is the best way to get involved, no matter where you’re based around the world! There are two types of mentoring currently available: Flash and Longer-Term mentoring. As opposed to longer-term mentoring, flash mentoring centres around quick, one-off exchanges of assistance on things like reviewing a CV or helping a student prepare for an interview. Becoming a longer-term mentor means entering a professional relationship that takes place over the course of six months, usually throughout the academic year. Learn more about being a Mentor here.
  • Become an ambassador and speak with offer holders considering studying at Trinity. Offer holders who speak with alumni about their college experiences find the conversations extremely helpful and it is often the deciding factor when determining where to attend college. As an ambassador, you are championing Trinity to new members of the community from Ireland and around the world. Learn more about being an Ambassador here.
Hugh Sullivan
Graduate, School of Computer Science and Statistics

Not only has it given me an opportunity to work with some really enthusiastic and interesting students embarking on their careers; it has also been an opportunity to grow my own professional network and connect with other professionals, and to reconnect with my old university and be nostalgic about some of my own experiences there.

Trinity Alumni Online has been developed with data protection considerations in mind and details of how the platform will operate and how your personal information is used are set out in the terms and conditions and privacy policy.

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