Young Alumni Shamrock Society hosts reception at LouCity FC soccer match

Following the match, the Young Alumni Shamrock Society met LouCity FC starting goalkeeper and Trinity alum Chris Hubbard ’13.

The Young Alumni Shamrock Society hosted a reception at the Louisville City FC match on July 14. We had a great time socializing, watching the match and meeting LouCity starting goalkeeper Chris Hubbard, Class of 2013. Twenty-five young alumni attended.

The Young Alumni Shamrock Society is open to all alumni who graduated within the last 15 years – Classes of 2006-2021.

Thanks to Class of 2008 Trinity alum Jonathan Lintner, LouCity FC VP of Communications, for making the arrangements for our event. Also thanks to Eric Payne ’07, Graham Sweitzer ’06 and Brad Savko ’05 for coordinating the event.

What is the Young Alumni Shamrock Society?

The support of all alumni is essential to further the brotherhood of the school. As young alumni — those who have graduated in the last 15 years — you represent the future of Trinity. The legacy of Trinity lives through you.

Alumni who graduated between 2006 and 2021 are invited to join an influential group of young, vibrant leaders who are helping to provide the Trinity experience to future generations of Shamrocks. This group is called the Young Alumni Shamrock Society.

Alumni who make an annual gift of $250 prior to or during their 15-year reunion will be included in this important giving society.

In addition to supporting Trinity, the YASS benefits our brother alumni. We will have quarterly events each year that provide opportunities for networking and socializing.

Also, we will have an annual event featuring a prominent alum to speak to the YASS about career development, leadership, building relationships, networking and other business-related topics.


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