It's Giving Tuesday!
Take a look at the video our students put together last year explaining how you can give back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2toRSSKY2ew
You can join the Giving Tuesday movement by making a gift to Trinity College today! http://bit.ly/1v50nq5...
As Giving Tuesday approaches Katie Fettes (1T8) describes how she gives back to the College.
“The level of commitment and support shown by our alumni community is a testament to the rich experience Trinity offers its students, while at the same time continuing to make these experiences possible. I’ve been fortunate to give back to Trinity through longstanding organizations such as the Volunteer Society and the Athletics Association, while strengthening newer ones, like CLOUD... and TWIL. It’s thanks to everyone committed to the unparalleled sense of community at Trinity, including students, staff, faculty, and alumni, that my peers and I have in turn been able to embrace the opportunities available to us, and create unforgettable experiences in this place we all call home.”
Giving Tuesday is quickly approaching and our students are sharing their personal experiences on giving back to the College as volunteers, mentors and as donors. Here’s what Head of College Anthony Marchese (1T7) had to say…
“Trinity provides its students with so many opportunities to excel, that for me it is incredibly important to give back. When first coming to Trinity, I was lucky to meet so many great people who inspired me to get involved. In my first year Orientation W...eek made me feel that Trinity was my home away from home. That’s why I’ve been involved ever since. It is such an important experience to the incoming year because it makes them feel like Trinity is their second home. This is one way that I continue to give back. As Head of College I encourage my fellow students to find their own ways to support Trinity and each other.”
You can support students like Anthony by making a Giving Tuesday donation today http://bit.ly/1v50nq5
Alumni from near and far returned to Trinity College to celebrate Spring Reunion 2016! We welcomed 650 alumni and friends back to campus to rekindle friendships and reminisce about their Trinity days. It was another fun-filled reunion weekend of friendship and memories! #uoftreunion
No formal presentations, and no lengthy speeches. TrinXchange roundtables are a conversation with purpose - just like the ones you experienced as an undergrad.
For many Canadians, our health care system is a cornerstone of our national identity. As we’ve watched the US grapple with their changing approach to health care in recent years (perhaps with a certain smugness), we may not have recognized that underlying societal changes – an aging population, technological advancemen...ts, entitlement shortfalls – now require us to get serious about how we can evolve Canada’s health care system, from funding through to delivery.
This discussion will explore innovation in health care as a broad concept. Whether or not you are employed or study in this industry directly, this issue touches us all as Canadians, and your voice would be welcome addition to the conversation.
Trinity College Receives $1.75 million to Launch Mental Health and Wellness Program
Exciting news: Trinity alumni donate $1.75 million to launch #mentalhealth and wellness program! Through their generous support, the College will be enhancing its Health and Wellness program and providing on-site mental health counselling and support services for our students. Learn more at http://uoft.me/Ew
This Giving Tuesday students are sharing what makes the Trinity community so special and how they give back. Click on their photos to read their stories.
You can support Trinity student with a Giving Tuesday gift today. http://bit.ly/1NekgHy
There are so many opportunities here it’s hard not to give back in some way or another. Whether I get to give it my all at a soccer game or make videos for my friends here, there’s always something to do. I must confess though, that my point of pride is (and will likely always be) starting the Trinity College Mental Health Initiative with a few friends of mine. Raising awareness and reducing stigmas regarding mental health and illnesses is a life-long task without much instant gratification, but it’s something that makes me incredibly happy to bring forth to the Trinity community.
Syndi shot our behind the scenes video for Giving Tuesday. See her talent on display here: http://bit.ly/1v50nq5 and visit us here on December 1st for more student stories.
Congratulations to James Flynn and Kaleem Hawa!
Giving Tuesday is less than two weeks away and Trinity students are gearing up to share how they give back. Check out their behind the scenes video shot by Trinity student, Syndi Walton. It’s amazing what students can do. #TrinityGivingTuesday.
No formal presentations, and no lengthy speeches.TrinXchange roundtables are a conversation with purpose - just like the ones you experienced as an undergrad.
TrinXchange events are designed to harness the energy, enthusiasm and experience of our exceptional young alumni community to inspire ideas and actions that can make a difference.
Vic vs. Trinity soccer match today at 4.