In fall 2016, Tiger Woods set a professional evolution in motion with the launch of TGR Ventures (pronounced ‘T-G-R’), an umbrella brand that marked the next chapter in the golfer, businessman and philanthropist’s legacy. Now the evolution continues as the Tiger Woods Foundation renames itself as TGR Foundation, A Tiger Woods Charity—the next phase in […]
Visitors at the Genesis Open this week will engage in hands-on learning experiences, while getting a glimpse at the project-based STEM activities at the TGR Learning Lab tent.
January is National Mentoring Month and to celebrate we are kicking off the Earl Woods Scholar Mentor Spotlight Series with entrepreneur and digital media businessman, Jai Bugarin and his mentee, scholar Alejandro Wences.
In this season of reflecting on what we’re thankful for, we at TGR Learning Lab are reminded of all the volunteers who devote countless hours to our students and programs. This month, we would like to recognize Orfanelia Hernandez as December Volunteer of the Month.
The Tiger Woods Foundation hosts a one-day Private College Symposium biennially at the TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim, California. As part of TGR EDU: Create’s professional development programming, we welcomed over 100 high school counselors and educators this fall to partake in free workshops and seminars providing information about private universities and liberal arts colleges and how to support students in accessing these unique learning environments.
Financial Pur$uit is an e-learning module focused on helping students navigate the college financial aid process on the TGR EDU: Explore website.
The TGR Learning Lab is fortunate enough to have volunteers and staff who love students and are willing to go to any lengths to make sure they succeed. This month, we would like to recognize someone who is not officially a volunteer, but who puts in as much time and heart into our programs as […]
Currently a senior at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, Earl Woods Scholar Phuong Vo has created a home for herself in many different cities throughout the world. This is her story about studying abroad in Germany.
It’s mid-October and high school seniors across the country are working on their college applications. And with the FAFSA being available on October 1, there is an added component to the college application process. This can be a stressful time for students, who are juggling their school course load, extracurricular activities and family obligations.
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, Mikaya and Lizette.
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Earl Woods Scholar Chiamaka Obilo, a first-year student at Harvard. Her background of growing up with a resourceful, low-income father in the Igbo-Nigerian community of Boston, coupled with her own health struggles, have led her to pursue a career in the medical field. But she no longer only wants to be a doctor. She has broader aspirations.
On October 31 at 1pm ET, join the Tiger Woods Foundation and TGR EDU: Explore as we take viewers on an exclusive, behind-the-scenes virtual experience to Silicon Valley powerhouse Facebook. Watch the trailer to get a sneak-peak of what’s to come.
This year, the Tiger Woods Foundation and Earl Woods Scholar Program has the exciting opportunity to not only attend, but also present at the 2017 National Scholarship Providers Association conference in Seattle, Washington.
Don’t ever tell Earl Woods Scholar Edward Xiong he can’t do something—not only will he do it, he’ll do it so well he’ll knock your socks off. Born in Hangzhou, China, Eddie entered this world with more than his fair share of obstacles. But with every barrier he encountered, he worked tirelessly toward a solution.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.