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Earl Woods Scholar alum Tony Armas to speak at Tiger Woods Invitational

In a few weeks, the Tiger Woods Invitational (TWI) presented by USLI will kick off at the iconic Pebble Beach Resort on the breathtaking Monterey Peninsula. The private, three-day event offers world class golf, entertainment and unforgettable moments—all benefitting the charitable work of the Tiger Woods Foundation.

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Tiger’s Blog: Presidents Cup Preview and More

I heard so many great things about last weekend’s Tiger Jam. It’s one of my favorite weekends of the year and it’s the first time I couldn’t attend. Special thanks to MGM Grand and to all my friends who pitched in to make Tiger Jam a big success. Kate Upton played poker and hosted our Saturday night dinner.

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Three Cheers for our Volunteers: Celebrating National Volunteer Day

In honor of National Volunteer Day, we would like to point the spotlight on our 901 volunteers that have served alongside us since the launch of the TGR Learning Lab in 2006.

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Our team: volunteers who make a difference

With nearly 1,000 volunteers, hosting the Genesis Open is truly a team effort. We sat down with one of our long-time volunteers to get his perspective on the Genesis Open and professional golf at Riviera. Heading into the 2018 Genesis Open, Steve Underwood has taken on an elevated role within the volunteer program as he […]

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Celebrating National Online Learning Day

Today, September 15th, 2017, is National Online Learning Day, which aims to showcase how students – and adults – of all ages are thriving with the ability to learn online. Online learning is now ubiquitous; in fact, I am guessing that you, reading this post at this very moment, have accessed online resources in the past day or two to learn something new. Never before has a world of information been quite literally at our fingertips.

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Unrelenting Champions Spotlight: Andreina & Efosa

At the Tiger Woods Foundation, we have the distinct honor of coming alongside incredibly bright and driven young people, and equipping them with the resources they need to achieve their definition of success. We call them our Unrelenting Champions. A fitting description because they tirelessly and relentlessly pursue their dreams, and achieve them. This month we feature two such champions and Earl Woods Scholars, Andreina & Efosa.

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An inside look from the pros at the Tiger Woods Invitational host courses

Each year, the Tiger Woods Invitational gives guests the opportunity to golf three of the top golf courses in the United States. Each located along the 17-Mile Drive on the Monterey Peninsula, Spyglass Hill Golf Course, the Dunes Course at Monterey Peninsula Country Club and the world-renowned Pebble Beach Golf Links provide guests their own […]

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The mindset, method and mastery of TGR Live executive leadership

As leaders in charity event management, the TGR Live staff applies the key TGR principles of mindset, method and mastery in their work every day. This process starts with the TGR Live executive leadership team who lead the strategy for our organization while guiding the planning and execution phases of each event. They look to these […]

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7 tips for back-to-school success

Fall, autumn, harvest, or any other name, the changing of the season means one thing for many people across the country – back-to-school time. Whether you are a young person starting a new high school or an educator beginning a new year, back-to-school time is a chance to start anew and commence the school cycle on the right foot.

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The Benefits of Internships

From building vital skills to giving students the upper edge when applying for jobs, the benefits of internships are vast and wide. What’s more, studies show that students not only walk away from internships feeling career-ready, but 85% of companies look to their internship programs to recruit for their full-time workforce.

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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: D.C.’s TGR Learning Lab turns passion into purpose

Since the 6th grade, high school senior Kyree Sampson has been a fixture at the Parkside TGR Learning Lab in his hometown of Washington, D.C. For him, the learning lab has been a place where he’s been able to fuel his academic passions and pursue his love of STEM. With just a year left before he begins college, Kyree looks back at how the TGR Learning Lab shaped and guided him.

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Top moments at the Tiger Woods Invitational presented by USLI 

In only six years the Tiger Woods Invitational presented by USLI (TWI) has earned acclaim as one of the can’t miss private golf events, offering participants three days of competitive golf, incredible entertainment, and unforgettable moments with special guests. As the event enters its seventh year, we remember some of the iconic moments guests have experienced to […]

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Scholar Voices: Driving while Undocumented

This fall, Yeon Jin Lee will begin pursuing her MFA in the Film/TV Production Program at the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. And what’s more, Yeon Jin already has a short film out, Driving While Undocumented, which is not only based on a true story, but points a spotlight on a topic that shaped her own life and the lives of many more in the U.S.—immigration.

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Transforming excellence into a tangible way

Mindset. Method. Mastery.

Over the course of Tiger’s 20-plus year career in professional golf, entrepreneurial endeavors and charity event management, three core values – mindset, method and mastery – have long shaped what TGR is today.

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Earl Woods Scholar mentor, Jen O’Connor on the Power of Mentorship

  The cornerstone of the Earl Woods Scholar Program is its mentor network. These valuable relationships are life-changing for the scholars, many of whom are first-generation students with little or no practical guidance on college life and career planning. Each Earl Woods Scholar is partnered with a dedicated mentor who serves as an advocate, career […]

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3 keys to covering an event on social media 

There is about a 75 percent chance you are reading this on a phone or tablet and an even greater chance you are reading this because you clicked a link on Twitter or Facebook. That was all part of our plan to produce content, promote that content and engage with our audience. This is the same approach that our […]

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Scholar Voices: My summer internship with the Tiger Woods Foundation

My name is Christine Nzokou and I am an Earl Woods Scholar for the class of 2020 studying at the University of Maryland, College Park. With my freshmen year ending and the summer coming, I was offered an internship position with the Tiger Woods Foundation (TWF), which I gladly accepted.

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TGR EDU: Explore offers STEM resources for your classroom

TGR EDU: Explore wrapped up the 2016/2017 school year with a flourish, launching a variety of resources in STEM for students and educators throughout the spring. During these summer months, the Tiger Woods Foundation and Discovery Education have been hard at work developing additional resources – modules, lesson plans, activities, training videos, webinars, and a Virtual Field Trip – that will be unveiled later in 2017 or early 2018. As planning gets underway for a new school year, here’s a refresher on the variety of resources currently available for educators on TGR EDU: Explore.

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TGR Learning Lab’s 2017 Player Development Golf Program Club Championship

The TGR Learning Lab’s golf department hosted the TGR Learning Lab Player Development Golf Program Club Championship on August 1, 2017 at the Dad Miller Golf Course in Anaheim, CA. Forty students aging from 10 to 18 years-old work all year to compete in this season ending championship. Monthly golf clinics hone in on skills […]

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Unrelenting champions spotlight: James & Alicia

At the Tiger Woods Foundation, we have the distinct honor of coming alongside incredibly bright and driven young people, and equipping them with the resources they need to achieve their definition of success. We call them our Unrelenting Champions. A fitting description because they tirelessly and relentlessly pursue their dreams, and achieve them. This month we feature two such champions and Earl Woods Scholar alumni, James & Alicia.

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