Trinity Washington University’s job and internship database, known as Trinity Connections, is a web-based service providing students and alumnae/i access to jobs, internships, and part-time jobs posted by employers looking for Trinity students and alumnae/i. In addition, this database provides opportunities to view company profiles, upload resumes, and learn about upcoming career related events and programs.
Student Registration Policies
By registering and uploading your resume to Trinity Connections, you are granting permission for prospective employers to view your resume (within your privacy settings) and consent to the release of your resume and certain employment-related data of a personal and professional nature.
As a user of Trinity Connections, you agree to:
Maintain current, accurate, and truthful data with regard to your user profile, professional qualifications, educational background, and job related documents stored within Trinity Connections;
Protect and maintain your username and password; and
Use Trinity Connections within the standards of the policies regarding computer use at Trinity Washington University.
Key Tasks to Do After Registering:
- Fill out your profile completely. Remember, your profile must be accurate so that jobs that are pre-screened by year level or major will show up in your search results.
- Search for jobs and internships.
- Once you find a great opportunity, schedule a Career Assistance Appointment. Bring a typed draft of the resume to the appointment. We can help target your resume to put your best foot forward.
- Once your resume has been reviewed by the Office of Career Services and Experiential Learning, upload your resume and additional documents in the documents section of Trinity Connections and apply to the position.
- Don’t forget to upload your resume in our opt-in Resume Books. Employers search these to invite students to apply to their jobs. Make it easy for them to find you!
How to Access the System
In your job search, both on Trinity Connections and off, remember that you should not disclose social security numbers, credit card numbers, or bank account numbers to unknown employers. Also, never spend any of your own money to obtain a position unless you are certain it is for a legitimate reason. If you need guidance, you can always contact the Office of Career Services for advice.
If an employer ever asks you for any of this information, or if you suspect an employer of running a scam, contact the Office of Career Services immediately and provide the employer’s name and job title of the posting in Trinity Connections.
NACE takes precautions to protect the participant’s data. When participants submit sensitive data via the Web Site, the data is protected both online and off-line. In addition, job seeker and employer data are password protected so only the participant can access this data. All personally identifiable data collected by NACE is stored in limited-access servers. NACElink Network uses firewalls and has technical, administrative, and physical security measures and safeguards in place to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of the data under NACE’s control.