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Trinity Careers Service

The Trinity Careers Service are here to help and advise Trinity Joint Honours students on questions you may have about your future career. They have Career Advisors from a wide range of industries, fields and expertise to advise you.

What do you want to do? How will you get there? They are here to support you in answering these and other questions about your career.

Trinity Employability Bursary: Apply for the bursary, in place to support students finding it financially difficult to take up a career-related opportunity e.g. internship, job shadowing. The work experience you undertake must help you to develop your employability skills and prepare you for your future career. Work experience opportunities for current final year students must have begun by the end of the summer following your final examinations.

Employability Awards: Apply for an award of interest to you. The awards combine industry-led training in highly transferable soft and technical skills with a university-led workshop to help you reflect on and articulate your learning.

Attend Employer Fairs: Book onto a fair to meet with employers. Fairs take place in Michaelmas Term.

Mentoring & Connecting: Message or meet with a Trinity graduate mentor through Career Mentoring. A great resource to find out about job roles and organisations of interest to you.

Polish off your CV: Book onto a CV/LinkedIn Clinic for a 15mins consultation through MyCareer. 

Find a Job or Work Experience: Personalise your MyCareer profile to receive email alerts tailored to your interests.

Practice Interviews: Book a practice interview with a careers consultant or self-serve 24/7 using video interviews on