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Career Ready, Life Ready
Trinity partners with many companies and non-profit organizations in the Chicagoland area to provide career-formational internships for students. Below is a list of just some of those many partners:
The Field Museum
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
Operation Link Up
Jackson National Asset Management
Chicago Public Schools
Chicago Mayor’s Office of Special Events
Rush University Medical Center
Argonne National Laboratory
Global Green Products
Evenhouse & Co.
Wolf & Company
Dutch American Foods
Bank of America
Pepsi Beverages Co
Chicago Internship Success Stories
Students are visiting Rothenburg and Munich, Germany, Salzburg, and Vienna, Austria. They are immersed in the history, culture, and music of these great cities. Students are visiting historically and culturally significant sites such as the Dachau Concentration camp, Mozart's birthplace, and Schonbrunn palace in Vienna. Click on Read More to view full blog postings.
Students on this travel interim are seeing and studying some of the greatest biodiversity in the world. Toucans and suspension bridges, poison dart frogs and zip lines, sloths and an active volcano, a dry forest and a look at the Pacific Ocean; all these are part of Costa Rica. The students explore the rainforest, dry forest and volcanic regions to learn about how the ecology of these regions work, how humans interact with these regions, and how we can learn to reflect on what we observe. Click on Read More to read the full blog postings.
This romp through the Big Apple includes tours of 8 major museums and 3-4 gallery districts plus visits to artists in their studios. Students will enjoy a little time for sight-seeing/shopping and hitting Broadway. Click on Read More to read the blogs in full.
Students are working as partners with a local Habitat for Humanity affiliate in their efforts to make affordable housing available to all. They are spending the majority of our time participating in the construction and/or renovation of houses in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. Click Read More to read the full blog posting.
Students are discovering sunny Spain and walk through its ancient cities and vibrant metropolitan areas. They are getting a first hand experience with a brief survey of art, culture, language and history of Spain. Click on Read More to read the full blog posts.
Many scholars of popular culture consider The Beatles to be a significant social force of the 20th century. The students are travelling to London and Liverpool to study the history and social impact of the Beatles. In London they will go to all of the major Beatles’ sights and visit places of interest like Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, and Windsor Castle. They will also stop for short visits to Oxford University, and Stratford-upon-Avon (Shakespeare’s home). In Liverpool, they will visit all of the Beatles’ childhood homes, places that inspired songs like Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane, places where the Beatles performed before they were famous, and a museum called The Beatles Story. Click Read More to read full blog posts.
Students on this travel interim will have an opportunity to partner with Mission of Hope to serve at Haitian schools and orphanages and also participate in some construction projects. Click Read More to read the full blog posts.
Students are visiting the Caribbean Christian Center for the Deaf in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Mornings are spent working on the CCCD facilities and afternoons will be spent in the classrooms. The students have an opportunity to explore a bit of the island by taking the children on a field trip as well as spending a day in Ocho Rios climbing Dunns River Falls and shopping in the straw market and spending our last night on the island at an all-inclusive resort. Click Read More to read the full blog posts.
The focus of this course is founded on the Christian call to service. Students will minister and live in Harvey, Illinois at Harvey House (men) and Tabitha House (women) during these two weeks of service. They will participate in multiple programs providing life-changing opportunities to those living in the poverty of economics, physical and aging issues, and spiritual concerns. Click Read More for full blog posts.
Students on this travel interim will have the opportunity to see and study some of the greatest biodiversity in the world. Toucans and suspension bridges, poison dart frogs and zip lines, sloths and an active volcano, a dry forest and a look at the Pacific Ocean; all these are part of Costa Rica. This interim will explore the rainforest, Manuel Antonio coastal region and volcanic regions to learn about how the ecology of these regions work, how humans interact with these regions, and how we can learn to reflect on what we observe. Expect lots of hiking, never‐before‐seen encounters, a new appreciation of God's diverse creation, and a good amount of laughter and community building.
Students experience first‐hand the wonderful Cuban culture. Step back in time to what many consider the 1950s era (or is it?) and see a nation long considered our enemy…only to discover warm, kind and friendly people. They will find an intriguing mix of religions (Evangelical Christians, Catholic Christians, even idol worshipping) under the curtain of the atheistic ideology. Meet the people, visit and work with the local evangelical churches, orphanages, nursing homes, sports facilities and schools and overall have a good time while showing the love of God to a whole country living in need of Christ’s love in the flesh: you and me.
Students visit to historic sites in Venice, Florence, and Rome, Italy. The course will focus on the cultural and artistic highlights of these three cities and will stress the importance of Italian architecture and art in the development of Western Europe. Students will visit the Basilica of St. Mark’s in Venice, the Duomo in Florence, and the Sistine Chapel in Rome. There will also be opportunities to visit art museums and attend a live concert.
Trinity athletes who are members of the women’s soccer team wiill travel to Costa Rica for a time of ministry with an emphasis placed on sharing the gospel through sports. Trinity students should be prepared to spread the good news of Jesus Christ through street evangelism, worship, various labor activities, participation in
competitive sports matches, as well as serving at churches, orphanages and schools within the local communities. The group will remain open to the Lord’s leading throughout the trip
During this interim we will work with Trinity’s semester in Ecuador partners to provide health care to jungle‐based
populations. This interim will allow students to experience the vastness of health care disparity between the urban and
jungle settings, in addition to the disparities between persons of South America and North America. In addition to
educational and service opportunities at various locations, there will be fellowship and outreach opportunities each day.
Expect hiking, lots of bugs, and a once‐in‐a‐lifetime adventure into the jungle of Ecuador to provide health care to
various groups of people.
Students on this travel interim have an opportunity to partner with the K‐13 Haitian Christian School located on the
campus of Mission of Hope. Students offer pre‐planned in‐services for teachers on the following topics: learning
styles, teaching methods, and creative lesson planning specific to P.E. and sport.
Students will be living, learning, eating, sleeping, and diving in and from a dive hotel located on the Caribbean Sea in Curacao. All eating and sleeping will be done at the hotel with daily scuba diving opportunities right off the beach and via a boat. There will be the opportunity to become certified to open-water scuba dive, receive your advanced scuba certification if you are already certified, or snorkel if you prefer. Time will also be spent learning about the history and culture of Curacao.
We will travel to Costa Rica for a time of ministry with an emphasis placed on sharing the gospel through sports. Trinity students should be prepared to spread the good news of Jesus Christ through street evangelism, worship, various labor activities, participation in competitive soccer matches, as well as serving at churches, orphanges and schools within the local communities. Our group will remain open to the Lord's leading throughout the trip.
Trinity alumni were once where you are right now…choosing a college, considering a major, imagining the future.
These alumni success stories will show you the many possibilities for careers and further study that are available once you graduate from Trinity.
What will your story be?