A Community Space Connecting
Hartford & Trinity College
est. 2000
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Neighborhood Community Space, Cyber Cafe, & Garden

 

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Hartford Engagement & Research

Trinity College’s Community Space Bringing Together Residents and Organizational Partners along side Trinity Students and Faculty in order to build relationships around common activities and events.

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about us

Forging Relationships Through Collaboration & Capacity Building With Community Partners

Trinfo.Cafe has more than 20 years of experience with computer literacy training for adults and youth, media literacy for teens, and an open computing center and community space for city residents. We take pride in our service to the neighborhoods surrounding the College.

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Student-led Events

Trinity students organize a series of events each semester that aim to bring Hartford residents and students together around common interests.

Help Desk & Computer Literacy

Patrons can directly bring their tech questions to our knowledgeable student staff or enroll in self-paced online computer classes for free.

Document Services

Trinfo offers patrons access to paid services like printing, copying, and faxing, as well as free scanning in color to someone's email.

Community Garden

Residents, youth-oriented community partners, and Trinity faculty, staff, and students all grow together in this unique space.

the cornerstone of our operations

Our Student Team

For more than 20 years, Trinity College students have staffed the facility,
developed our programming, taught our computer literacy workshops for children,
and assisted patrons with their tech questions in English & Spanish. 

Isabella Dresser

Isabella Dresser

Class of 2022
Political Science & Human Rights
Hartford, CT
Syliva Nunez

Syliva Nunez

Class of 2022
American Studies Major
Brooklyn, NY
Alicia Camuy

Alicia Camuy

Class of 2022
Econ & Neuroscience Major
Brookfield, IL
Jennifer Mendez

Jennifer Mendez

Class of 2022
English Major
New York, NY
Mary Meza-Celis

Mary Meza-Celis

Class of 2022
Environment Science Major
Oakland, CA
Ray Alvarez-Adorno

Ray Alvarez-Adorno

Class of 2023
Anthropology Major
Newark, NJ
Molly Menounos

Molly Menounos

Class of 2023
Psychology Major
Winchester, MA
Esmeralda Landa

Esmeralda Landa

Class of 2025
Urban Studies Major
Los Angeles, CA
Jeremias Vazquez

Jeremias Vazquez

Class of 2025
Poli Sci Major
Itauguá, Paraguay
Marlene Palma

Marlene Palma

Class of 2025
Poli Sci & Sociology Major
San Lorenzo, Paraguay
Parnian Ghaemi

Parnian Ghaemi

Class of 2025
Poli Sci & Economics Major
Stockholm, Sweden
Wendy Salto

Wendy Salto

Class of 2022
Anthropology Major
Chicago, IL
Maria Martinez

Maria Martinez

Class of 2022
Mathematics Major
Colombia
Cecy Ferrufino

Cecy Ferrufino

Class of 2022
Economics Major
Choluteca, Honduras
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Document Services

Printing & Scanning options available to patrons

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Help Desk & Computer Literacy Workshops

Helping patrons with their tech questions & problems.

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Computer Use Open Times

Patrons have free access to our internet-connected workstations

OUR TECH SERVICES

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Free Wi-Fi Available

Patrons can access the Internet for free on their devices.

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Tech Programming for Youth

Trinity students teach tech-based programs to youth at neighborhood schools.

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Computer Donations

Trinfo received computer donations, as well as donated refurbished computers to Hartford families throughout the year.

Trinity Students Engaging Hartford

Trinfo Projects With
Community Partners

Trinity Students Engaging Hartford

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