Career Services for Alumni
From Brian Hirsch, Director of Career Services: On behalf of the Career Services Staff welcome to the Career Services for Alumni website. We are pleased to be able to offer a wide variety of services to Trinity Alumni. A recent Wall Street Journal article stated that the average person could expect to have up to 12 jobs during their working life. This suggests that career development including job seeking is a lifelong endeavor. The Career Services Office can be part of that developmental process even for alumni who have been out of school a number of years.
This website contains a great deal of useful information about career planning and job searching. Please spend some time exploring these resources and if you feel that you need additional assistance you are welcome to contact us for a face to face meeting, a phone appointment, or even Skype (bhirsch1691). We look forward to working with you.
Brian Hirsch, Ed.D.
Director, Career Services
The Career Services Office offers services to alumni that parallel those offered to currently enrolled students. These services include career advisement, career decision-making skills, resume writing and other job search skills, networking, and job-search planning. Career Services also partners with the Alumni Relations Office on several collaborative career related programs.
While the mission of Career Services at Trinity University is primarily to currently enrolled students, we also offer services to alumni of the University regardless of graduation year.
Reciprocal Services: Career Services may be able to arrange the use of another college's career services for Trinity alumni living away from the San Antonio area. Often, peer institutions will allow others to use resources on a limited basis. Each institution will have its own policy regarding which services they allow non-alumni to use. Individuals interested in utilizing reciprocal services should contact Trinity Career Services to request a letter of reciprocity forwarded to the specific institution from which services are sought.