Tom is in the second year of his commerce degree, double majoring in finance and economics.
Upon the completion of his degree, Tom plans to return to the University of Melbourne to further his studies through the postgraduate Juris Doctor, aspiring to work in the field of finance. Tom, although only moving in to Trinity mid-2012, has become heavily involved in College life. He is one of the coordinators of the Oak program for 2013 as well as a member of the Trinity College Tech Committee. Tom is passionate about physical fitness and his academic aspirations, receiving a certificate of academic excellence from the College for his 2012 University studies. Tom has volunteered for Operation Smile and represented his high school in the Lord Mayors Charitable Foundation – Youth in Philanthropy project. Tom keenly supports cultural events at the College and represented Trinity in the intercollegiate chess and poker event.
'Trinity has provided me with outstanding opportunities for self-development, best exemplified by this leadership program. I view the program as a fantastic opportunity to build upon my knowledge of leadership and how best to work in differing roles in a team setting, a life skill which will be invaluable in a career in business. I am looking forward to the intensity of the program, both mentally and physically, and the accompanying challenge it will impose in trying to juggle co-curricular and academic commitments. Ultimately, though, it provides an opportunity to further develop my time management, organisational and teamwork skills, as well as gain a greater appreciation for Australian wartime history.'