Dre Vorst-Parkes (TC 2003) shares his career journey and advice as well as what it was like living in his 'own X-Mansion'.
There's always something happening at Trinity College.
Trinity College has an active network of over 26,800 alumni from all around the world. Many of these alumni are willing to give their time to talk to current students and young graduates and offer career advice.
Above Gastrobar offers an impressive selection of wine and scrumptious Asian dishes, cooked to perfection with Western twists. It also includes a rooftop area overlooking Ipoh Old Town in Malaysia. These are just a few reasons to visit the trendy restaurant and bar founded by Yu Cheng Chong (TCFS 2009).
Trinity College students Matthew Blair and Charles Baylis ran a community integration program at Trinity College on Wednesday 12 September, where students from Trinity’s Foundation Studies program got the chance to learn the game of Australian rules football from residential students.
Trinity College is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Leonie Jongenelis as the next dean of the Residential College. Leonie joins us from St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls in Perth, where she is currently the dean of residential life.
Trinity College's advancement director, Scott Charles, will be taking on the role of deputy warden next year upon the retirement of current deputy warden, Campbell Bairstow. Scott has played an important leadership role at the college in the advancement space for the past five years, and will now add the deputy role to his portfolio.
We’re delighted to announce Mr Richard Pickersgill as the new dean of our Pathways School.
The women’s footy team has claimed victory in the grand finals, impressively going "back to back to back", crushing Ormond 36-0. Unfortunately, the men’s team came up just short, narrowly losing by 7 points in a closely fought grand final. Sports representatives, Lilli Vagnarelli and Alex Gall share their insights from the respective women’s and men’s matches.
Professor Tim Lindsey (TC 1981) was recognised in the recent Queen’s Birthday Honours for his contribution to promoting understanding between Australia and Indonesia. His Trinity experience was not only fun, it was vital in preparing him for the possibilities ahead. Here, he urges students to look to Asia when considering future careers. <br />
The Trinity Choir has just returned from its tour to Europe, the first international tour the Choir has undertaken for six years. Members spent a week rehearsing in northern Spain and then three weeks in the United Kingdom, singing in London, Windsor, Canterbury, Cambridge, Edinburgh and Oxford.
When your plans for the future don’t work out as you thought they would … it’s time to make new plans. Dr Amy Nisselle (TC 1991) explains how she came upon her rewarding career as a science communicator, and how her experience makes a great story to share when she visits schools to talk about STEM careers.
Assistant Catering Manager at Trinity, Alexander Stone, believes the Kitchen team is “a well-oiled machine.” Read on to find out why.
As a young child growing up in Botswana, Precious Rametsana (TCFS 2013 and TC 2014) always had an interest in the impact financial empowerment can have on transforming people’s lives. Precious, who was recently awarded the Melbourne Business School’s Deputy Dean Award caught up with us to discuss social entrepreneurship, financial empowerment, her time at Trinity and what’s next after university.
Last week, Trinity College had the pleasure of hosting four passionate Indigenous leaders and advocates for the Uluru Statement from the Heart panel discussion about the importance of the Uluru Statement in the fight for constitutional recognition for Australia's First Peoples.