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Scholar Voices: Where are they now?
Earl Woods Scholar alum Avni Patel writes in to our Scholar Voices series to share an update of where she is today. Part of the inaugural cohort of Earl Woods Scholars, Patel has come a long way over these past nine years. A graduate of Tiger Woods’ alma mater, Western High School, she spent four […]
2016 College Bound Academy
Calling all Anaheim Union High School District students! Apply now for the College Bound Academy.
Earl Woods Scholars Class of 2016 honored at workshop
The annual Winter Workshop has arrived, as Earl Woods Scholars gather for a special end-of-year event from December 21 to 22 to congratulate the senior class and develop important career preparation skills. The two-day workshop brings scholars together from around the country to prepare for the next step in their journey through mock interviews, resume […]
One thing that sets our scholars apart is their deep desire to help others. This is Anshi. She wants to help people “realize the power they have to make a difference for themselves and others.”
A Veterans Day thank you from Tiger
I think of my dad every day. He was my role model and mentor. But on Veterans Day, I remember him as a hero. He served his country bravely as a Green Beret, completing two tours of duty in Vietnam. Today, I want to thank and honor my dad and the millions of veterans who […]
A day in the life of an ROTC student
TWF scholar James Green reflects on his experience in a rigorous ROTC program that prepares him for his future career.
TWF scholar James Green reflects on his accomplishments during his freshman year at George Mason.
Top four reasons why having a mentor during college is essential
Rogelio is a first-generation Earl Woods Scholarship Program student attending UC Santa Barbara. Read along as Rogelio shares his life-changing college experience.
Five perks of dorm life
UCSD freshman Zayrha on adjusting to dorm life.
Meet Eunyque! #TWFscholar breaking the cycle of poverty @BucknellU where she is an animal behavior major.
From Tiger to Edgar: Breaking the cycle
“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.
‘I try my hardest in everything that I do’
“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.
We are the champions
Tiger Woods Foundation wins the 2014 Steve Patterson Award for Excellence in Sports Philanthropy.
“The hardships have inspired me to take advantage of every opportunity.”
Darion’s professional dressing tips
Tiger Woods Foundation Scholar Darion Parker shares his tips for dressing professionally.
Leaving the nest
“Getting my Dad on board with going away to college was not something that happened over night.”
Two worlds collide!
TWF scholar Shirley and the FedEx Cup trophy meet at Executive Women’s Day.
Charting new territories
Earl Woods Scholarship Program takes on New York!