Trinity is always looking for enthusiastic alumni to volunteer and there are a number of ways to get involved. One great way to volunteer is to serve as a class representative for your class. Class representatives are ambassadors for the interests and character of Trinity School and are vital to the health of the school's community. They assist with fundraising, events, class notes, and general class outreach throughout the year. If you're interested in learning more about becoming a class rep and the position's responsibilities, please click on the Class Representatives tab above.

The TAAA also offers the following committees and opportunities below. To sign up, please use our online form and our Alumni Office will be in touch. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact Edward Griffin, Trinity's Alumni Relations Manager, at (212) 932-6989 or

Get Involved!

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  • The Trinity Fund Committee

    This committee works with the Alumni Relations Manager on soliciting gifts from classmates and raising class participation in Trinity’s Annual Fund. A Major Gift sub-committee is also formed in campaign years to work on leadership donors.
  • The Young Alumni Committee

    This committee is made up of the most recent 15 graduating classes and focuses on promoting event attendance for Homecoming and the Spring Benefit, increasing young alumni participation in the Annual Fund, and educating young alumni about ways to volunteer and support Trinity.
  • The Reunion Committee

    This committee works on organizing and promoting Reunion & Alumni Day.
  • The Trinity Fun Run Committee

    This committee assists in the planning and promoting of the Trinity Family 5K Fall Fun Run.
  • Internship & Mentoring Committee

    This committee works with the Alumni Relations Manager and the Upper School Office on soliciting alumni for internships. They also work on career & networking events such as Career Night, as well as reaching out to alumni in order to utilize them as resources for classroom learning and assemblies. Small field trips for classes to alumni workplaces are also a part of this committee.
  • The Alumni Speaker Bank

    There are a number of speaking opportunities at the school throughout the year, including morning assemblies, lunch and learns, club chats, Career Night, and class lectures. Joining the Alumni Speaker bank is a great way to let our faculty and alumni office know that you are interested in coming to Trinity School to speak.
    If you are interested in joining our speaker bank, or serving on any of the above committees, please fill out our online form. Should you have any questions, please contact Edward Griffin in the Alumni Relations Office at (212) 932-6989 or via email at
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