College Bound Academy prepares students for journey to higher education
While many incoming high school seniors in Southern California started their summer on vacation or sitting by the pool taking a break from their studies, participants in our annual College Bound Academy spent two weeks preparing for their path to college.
Including admissions and financial aid workshops, campus visits to the Claremont Colleges, guest speakers and training from Disneyland Marketing professionals, the program was packed with opportunities for participating students to gain inspiration, build skills, connect with peers and start their journey to higher education.
Angela Segura and Cyan Erdita connected with us to share on their experience.
Tiger Braves Wednesday’s Rain During Afternoon Practice Session
PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland — The rains came and the wind strafed the Dunluce Course at Royal Portrush on Wednesday, but that other force of nature, Tiger Woods, didn’t let that stop him from putting in a bit of work on the eve of the 148th Open Championship. Amid some of the heaviest afternoon rain that […]
TGR EDU: Global to welcome over 50 educators for 2nd International STEM Studio
TGR EDU: Global is devoted to high quality, teacher professional development around the world. We are continuing to reach an international audience by hosting the 2nd annual International STEM Studio at the flagship TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim, CA in the summer of 2019. We believe that all students deserve quality education and access to highly trained educators should not stop at any borders edge.
Earl Woods Scholars attend Global MindED conference, share key takeaways
In early June, Earl Woods Scholars Michelle Bravo and Cristian Carrasco had an exciting opportunity to attend the Global MindED conference in Denver, Colorado. Committed to creating a diverse talent pipeline through cross-collaboration, the conference united hundreds of educators, entrepreneurs, policymakers and first-generation college students, like Michelle and Cristian. Over three days, the scholars attended numerous panels, keynote presentations and workshops, including a discussion on educational equity featuring TGR Foundation’s Vice President of Programs and Education, Dr. Katherine Bihr. Michelle, a rising senior at The City University of New York’s Lehman College, and Cristian, a rising junior at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) share their takeaways from the conference.
Scholar Voices: 4 Tips for living and thriving with depression
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States; around 7% of all U.S. adults have had at least one major depressive episode. Among the most prevalent demographics of MDD diagnoses are college students like Earl Woods Scholars. Individuals between 18-25 are more likely to have depression. Based on my own experiences with depression, I’m hoping that some of these musings alongside tips I’ve learned along the way might help.
Through award-winning STEM curricula, college-access programs, digital platforms, and educator professional development, TGR Foundation offers underrepresented students the resources and support needed to thrive in school and beyond.
Tiger talks with Golf Channel's Mark Rolfing about the 20th Tiger Jam and how it has evolved since its inception.
The bag, autographed by Tiger Woods with a personal message to the winning bidder, was auctioned off on Charity Buzz and $19,000 was raised in the process for TGR Foundation (Woods’ charity).
At this year’s Tiger Jam auction, a unnamed bidder donated $50,000 to TGR Foundation for the opportunity to caddie for Woods at the Hero World Challenge Pro-Am.