Project Groups

Leading by serving.

At the heart of the Trinity Institutes leadership training program are project groups. These student led groups focus on a specific issue of social or environmental justice and address the issues through advocacy, awareness, and/or service. Trinity Institute interns propose, develop, and choose all initiatives.

Project groups are a collaborative effort of students with a high commitment to their particular area of interest. Each project group identifies a leadership team with developed executive leadership skills, a mentoring role, or a social justice advocacy role and seek to develop these traits and values in the rest of the group’s members.

Each group decides when and where they meet, and how often they will host in school and out of school events or opportunities for service. Leaders or members of these project groups see themselves as both learners and advocates for the social issues reflected by their project group. The school as a whole benefits from the awareness that these student groups bring to their peers. We also seek opportunities to impact local and global problems directly.

Current Project Groups:

  • BTAGreen
  • Special Needs Outreach
  • Homeless Care
  • Project Freedom
  • The Nepal Team
  • The 84
  • R.A.C.E.
  • The Micah Conference