Involvement Fair Plugs Students into Campus and Community: Photogallery
Being involved is one of the best ways to enhance your Trinity experience. The annual Involvement Fair highlights opportunities--both on and off campus--that students can participate in as part of the Trinity community.
The fair, held on Friday, September 3, welcomed more than 74 campus clubs and organizations, and local businesses and churches, giving students an opportunity to familiarize themselves with essential services and places of worship in the Palos Heights area.
Student Association Vice President J.R. Wydra ’11 of Tinley Park organized the fair this year, which he estimated had a record number of vendors and visitors. “The Involvement Fair is one of my favorite events,” said Wydra. “By plugging into the various clubs Trinity has to offer and into a local church, students are able to serve God and build lifelong relationships with people they might have not otherwise met.”
As they visited the many booths, students collected signatures on a special card they then submitted into a drawing for prizes. Hannah VanBeek ’13 of Pella, Iowa, won the grand prize of an iPod Touch.
Students also enjoyed dinner outside and fair fare, including popcorn, cotton candy, and snow cones.