Ignatian Scholars Speaker Series Marches On
On Friday, January 26, Trenton Morton a Brebeuf graduate from the class of 2005, was kind enough to speak to the Ignatian Scholars about his life and career experiences, telling stories and imparting valuable advice along the way. Mr. Morton left the Scholars will three pieces of advice that he has found to be particularly helpful to him on his life journey:
- Don’t take yourself too seriously.
- Be loyal to those who care about you.
- Know that success comes in all shapes and sizes.
Mr. Morton used stories to illustrate how these points have played a major role in his success. From the way Mr. Morton involved his audience by asking them questions, it was clear that the Ignatian Scholars found his talk engaging and relevant. We want to thank Mr. Morton for spending some of his valuable time to speak with the Ignatian Scholars. Mr. Morton’s bio is below:
Trent graduated from Brebeuf in 2005, and then graduated from Purdue University with a (B.S. Nuclear Engineering, 2009) as well as from the Indiana University Maurer School of Law (J.D., 2012). As an undergraduate, Trenton was on the Purdue Engineering Student Council, and in 2008, He interned with Honeywell International at its Metropolis Tool Works uranium conversion facility. During law school, Trenton was a senior board member of theFederal Communications Law Journal and a thrice-elected member of the student government. He is a registered patent attorney and worked as an Associate at Faegre Baker Daniels LLP from September 2012 to December 2017. Trenton started as Corporate Counsel at Hydro-Gear, LP in December 2017.