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Community Engagement at Trinity

Neighborliness is a cornerstone Trinity value –– a value encouraged by a community that is created from neighborhoods all over the greater Richmond area. Drawing from these widespread roots, Trinity has maintained a commitment to giving back and engaging with the communities surrounding Pittaway Drive.

Students and faculty engage in different types of service and community partnerships every year through a myriad of different avenues.

One way that all students participate in community engagement is through Trinity’s community service program, Shields in Service. In addition, each grade level has chosen to partner with a non-profit for the duration of a school year to form relationships and learn the many ways they can support a cause.

Connections: An Online Column

List of 13 news stories.

  • A Thankful Season Indeed

    Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    In a season of Thanksgiving, I am thankful for the depth of relationships and experiences that being a part of the Trinity community allows. This column is a reflection about the emotions of the fall; vibrant, bittersweet, and overwhelmingly full of gratitude. 
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  • Making Waves

    Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    Alice Phillips commemorates Titan swimmers' past community service efforts with a return to the water this fall
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  • Moved to Action

    Laura Hamlin Weiler '00, Head of Community Engagement
    Inspired by visiting Chapel speaker, Madigan ’21 learns Arabic to better support area refugees.
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  • A Team Player

    Laura Hamlin Weiler '00, Head of Community Engagement
    For state golfer of the year Garrett Kuhla ’22, trust built with teammates on the golf course translates to leadership in the classroom.
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  • The Long Run

    By Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    Looking Back on 30 Years at Trinity with Head of School Rob Short
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  • Raising the Bar

    By Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    Colin Goodpasture’s ’19 discovers joy and passion in service of "beautiful cause"
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  • Lightning in a Bottle

    By Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    Two generations of Sneads team up to fulfill lofty dreams
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  • McKinley ’18, Callaway ’15 and Calder Sprinkle ’21 have each found unique paths within and beyond Trinity's music and performing arts programs.

    A Melodic Symbiosis

    By Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    Three siblings find harmony in Trinity's music program and beyond.
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  • From the Midwest to Trinity: A Convergence of Values

    By Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    "I lived for five years in the Midwest, and I loved it. The people were so nice. The people were so open."
    — John Irving, author
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  • Not So Sleeping Giant

    By Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    Junior Sydney Whiting exemplifies perseverance in her rigorous swimming schedule, competing for both NOVA Swimming and Trinity.
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  • Throwing Lessons: Beyond the Wheel with Molly Sanyour ’01

    By Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    A true lifelong learner, Trinity alum and ceramics teacher brings passion for creativity and globe-spanning experiences into the classroom
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  • Caroline Benedetti spent twelve days on a National Geographic Student Expedition, a special program for budding photographers.

    Discover Your Talents

    By Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
    Three Trinity students follow their passions to unique places over the summer of 2018
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  • Announcing: “Connections: An Online Column”

    By Laura Hamlin Weiler ’00, Head of Community Engagement
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