Trinity can offer opportunities to be active as an alumnae/i volunteer – no matter where you are in your career and in your life.
By connecting with Trinity classmates and friends, you’ll be helping to continue the mission of Trinity which supports students who go on to become amazing Trinity women and men in the world.
For additional information, please contact us via email or call us at 202-884-9700.
Reunion Class Committee
Reunions are a great opportunity to return to campus, reconnect, and reminisce with fellow alumnae and experience the Trinity of today.
Reunion committees are formed for every class and consist of as little or as many individuals that work in partnership with Office of Alumnae/i Relations. Committees are lead by a Reunion Class Chair-a point person who oversees all the planning of their class events. Reunion committee members are charged with planning the class party(s) and events at Reunion, contacting classmates to encourage attendance at Reunion and help to seek donations towards the class gift.
Day of Service Volunteers
Consider volunteering during a Day of Service that the Alumnae Association of Trinity College (AATC) calls for each year. Volunteers will help with whatever volunteer project is chosen. Volunteers will also be encouraged to help find others to help with volunteering. Days of Service are usually once a year but with enough volunteers we can look to make it happen twice a year.
Local and Regional Hosts
The Office of Alumnae/i Relations will be planning events around the DMV and at various regional locations. Consider being a host for one of the events. We do the logistics to get the event going but you can host at your home or at a local venue and you help get the word out to alumni via emails, phone calls, social media and word of mouth. We want to see as many people come out to these events as possible.
AATC Board Members and Committee Members
You can also consider becoming an AATC Board member or part of a committee. Trinity alums are the lifeline of the alumnae/i association board. Elections are held for open positions, so make sure to let us know you are interested. If you don’t want to become a board member, then you can be part of a committee that helps plans events, advances the mission of the association and maintains a presence at every event whether on the campus of Trinity or off campus. If you don’t have the time to attend an event or committee meeting, another way to help is to get the word out about events and happenings through your network or social media accounts. We can use as many people to help spread the word that Trinity is out and about in the community.
Do you know if there is an alum doing amazing things in their workplace or in their field that we may not know about? Help us highlight them and let us know. We want to highlight alums on the website, in an e-newsletter or on our social media accounts.