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.
Support comes in many ways, but here are a few examples of how you can get involved with the Tiger Woods Foundation.
“The hardships have inspired me to take advantage of every opportunity.”
“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!
Mentor JuVan Langford shares a special tradition with his mentee.
Wheelock College hosts Tiger Woods Foundation’s new class of Earl Woods Scholars.
Taylor will be attending top-ranked Albert Einstein College of Medicine this fall.
Tiger Woods Foundation scholar Anita Chheang has seen how difficult life can be without an education and refuses to let anything keep her from one.
Tiger Woods Foundation scholar James Green was recently featured on George Mason University’s website, where he is a rising sophomore studying criminology.
Tiger Woods Foundation scholar Lenny Baez speaks at Deutsche Bank Championship’s Media Day on his journey from living in a tough neighborhood to becoming a first-generation college student.
From a video conference with Tiger to a beautiful day of golf, take a peek into Media Day at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Tiger Woods Foundation Scholar Zayrha on the benefits of simply asking for help.
Take a peek inside the pre-college retreat.
At #TWLearningCenter today with our new class of Earl Woods Scholars who traveled as far as Boston to attend the annual pre-college retreat. First on the agenda? Photo shoot!
Every time I tell someone that I attend a women’s college, I always get the same reaction. How do you do it? As if living with 1,400 other women eight months out of the year is an impossible thing to do.