CLASS REPRESENTATIVES are ambassadors for the interests and character of Trinity School and are vital to the health of the school's community. Under the guidance of the Trinity Alumni/ae Association Board, the alumni office has set forth these expectations of service: 
  • Each class rep is expected to serve on the Trinity Fund Committee and, in a reunion year, the Reunion Committee.
  • Each class rep should be a giving leader by making a pledge or gift of any amount at the start of each year's fund drive in the fall.
  • Each class rep shall be expected to attend a minimum of two phonathons a year, or conduct an equivalent effort at reaching out to class members to secure their annual gifts and maximize class participation.
  • Class reps should also reach out to their classmates throughout the year to notify them of upcoming events, alert them of alumni programs, and collect notes for the school's alumni magazine. This can be done informally and through emails drafted and sent through the alumni office. 
Becoming a Class Rep
Alumni interested in becoming a class rep should contact Trinity's Alumni office to discuss his/her interest and the position's expectations. Prospective new class reps are encouraged to participate in outreach activities for one year, at which point, in consultation with the alumni office, they can decide whether or not to serve a full term.
 
Class reps can serve a term of up to 5 years or until the next class reunion, whichever comes first. At the conclusion of Reunion, class reps may be invited to serve another term beginning the following fiscal year. There is no limit on how many terms a class rep may serve. Class reps who wish to step down prior to finishing a term may do so in writing by contacting the alumni office.
 
Contact:
Edward Griffin
Alumni Relations Manager
Trinity School
212-932-6989
139 West 91st Street  |  New York, NY 10024-1326  |  (212) 873-1650
Located on Upper West Side of New York City, Trinity School is a college preparatory, coeducational independent school for grades K-12. Since 1709, Trinity has provided a world-class education to its students with rigorous academics and outstanding programs in athletics, the arts, peer leadership, and global travel.