UCSD freshman Zayrha shares her life-changing experience while studying abroad in Beijing.
Read about Katrina Obieta, a student in the Earl Woods Scholarship Program, as she explains why every student should study abroad while in college.
Rogelio is a first-generation Earl Woods Scholarship Program student attending UC Santa Barbara. Read along as Rogelio shares his life-changing college experience.
UCSD freshman Zayrha on adjusting to dorm life.
TWF scholar Katrina shares five ways to find motivation halfway through the semester.
Meet Eunyque! #TWFscholar breaking the cycle of poverty @BucknellU where she is an animal behavior major.
“I want to be the best I can be. I want to make my parents proud. But I want to do even more than that — I want to be a first-generation college student.” -Edgar, TWF Scholar
Meet Casey, #TWFscholar breaking the cycle of poverty at College of the Holy Cross where she is studying economics.
Freshman Rosa Trujillo is breaking the cycle of poverty as she attends UCLA where she is an applied mathematics major.
“My parents were farmers from China and emigrated in 1993. It was really hard for them. They came because they wanted me to have a better life here.”
Our Tiger Woods Foundation scholar is breaking the cycle of poverty at Emmanuel College, where he is studying accounting.
“The hardships have inspired me to take advantage of every opportunity.”
The Tiger Woods Foundation hosted the first STEM Career and College Conference last weekend with help from Florida Atlantic University and The Honda Classic.
“I look at college like it’s the beginning of my life, and I want to share my experiences with the rest of the world.”
“Getting my Dad on board with going away to college was not something that happened over night.”
“As a second grader, my friends played outside while I spent weekends taking orders at my parent’s doughnut shop.”
Earl Woods Scholarship Program takes on New York!
The Deutsche Bank Championship does more than just host the PGA TOUR’s top 100 players of the season.
Mentor JuVan Langford shares a special tradition with his mentee.
Wheelock College hosts Tiger Woods Foundation’s new class of Earl Woods Scholars.