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Pastoral Support


Life beyond Trinity's gates has its highs and lows. Whether it's adjusting to a new life at University, celebrating a family addition, or a season of challenge and mourning, the Trinity Alumni office is here to support. We can connect you with other old boys facing similar challenges, put you in contact with the Chaplain, or add you to our prayer list. Troubles shared are troubles halved.

Year 13 Program

The Year 13 program is for all Young Old Boys of the School. This program is to assist as you make the adjustment from student life to beyond. It is a service that you can use at any stage throughout the first few years of leaving Trinity.

The service offers access to mentors and other Old Boys who will be available to assist you in the many and varied challenges you will face. It is also an avenue by which careers advice can be gained and even job opportunities through the vast network you have joined as an Old Boy and member of the OTU.

The Year 13 Program is designed to support you as you navigate the early years of life post-Trinity. If you are struggling with direction and course selection in the first years from school—this program is for you. If we do not have the answers, then we will find someone who does.

There is no cost associated with signing up for the program, and there are no obligations involved.

Click here to join the Year 13 Program

Mentoring Program

We’d like to hear about your future successes and lend a sympathetic ear and help if you hit a rough patch in the future. We’re always grateful for Old Boys attending our events and supporting our initiatives.

One of the initiatives the OTU runs is an Old Boys’ Mentoring Scheme. The Scheme aims to connect Old Boys beginning their careers with Old Boys established in their fields to pass on their knowledge and assist with contacts and career guidance.

Some of the areas the Mentoring Scheme can help with are:

  • Giving guidance about courses or training.
  • Finding work-experience, an internship or apprenticeship, or a graduate role.
  • Learning about what a job or industry is like.
  • Business, career and networking opportunities.

If you’re interested in being mentored by an Old Boy, or mentoring an Old Boy, whether now or in a few years’ time, please contact Richard Bishop, or Stephen Pardy, to find out more.

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