Trinity College Dublin - A foot in the door

February 18, 2010

A project to help graduates find work has been unveiled at Trinity College Dublin. The six-week programme, known as the Trinity Alumni Career Network, was launched following a survey of 15,000 graduates. It will consist of panel discussions, workshops, career advice and networking opportunities for its alumni. Sean Gannon, director of Trinity's career advisory service, said: "This is an opportunity for alumni to gain an insight into potential future growth sectors in the Irish economy, while at the same time getting focused help with career planning and job search."

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