TGR EDU: Create launches International STEM Studio
This July, TGR EDU: Create, an educator-professional development program, will host 19 teachers from 11 countries at an International STEM Studio from July 17-26. These educators hail from Austria, Cuba, Czech Republic, Ghana, Lithuania, Nigeria, Panama, Philippines, Romania, Turkmenistan and Ukraine and represent elementary through high school institutions, teaching basic science, technology and/or mathematics.Read More
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A Transformative Investment
- Prepare millions of youth for future STEM jobs
- Create equal access to higher education for all youth
- Bring high-quality STEM education to more schools nationwide
Founded in 1996, the TGR Foundation champions breakthrough transformations and equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in school and beyond.Read More
Super Junior Golf Camp introduces golf, develops skills among young players
A culmination of golf camps throughout the year unites aspiring young golfers at the TGR Learning Lab each summer for the annual Super Junior Golf Camp. This year, clubs swayed and balls flew as 70 campers practiced elements of the game from June 18-22.
College Bound Academy prepares students for life after high school
Last week, TGR Foundation wrapped its 6th annual College Bound Academy, held at the TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim, California. We welcomed nearly 50 rising high school seniors from the Anaheim Union High School District for a two-week immersive course in all things college! Although the program aims to introduce students to the college application process, it does much more. It helps them build resilience and confidence.
Collaboration enhances education at The National
Last week, I had the opportunity to facilitate STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) activities at the TGR Learning Lab Activity Zone at The National golf tournament in Washington D.C. Our tent was unique as we partnered with different groups to offer visitors a range of dynamic and engaging activities. A key takeaway from my week at The National was just how crucial collaboration is in all that we do, whether in the classroom or at our events.
Saluting Earl Woods Scholar Alum and U.S. Army Ranger Mikaya Dell’Orfano
In today’s post, our Senior Director of Programs, Cristina Fernández, writes in to celebrate Earl Woods Scholar alum Mikaya Dell’Orfano, who recently completed Army Ranger School – one of the most challenging programs in the military. Proceeds from our golf tournaments, including the Quicken Loans National, which begins this week in Washington, D.C., directly supports our Earl Woods Scholars on their path toward success. Continue reading to learn more about Mikaya.
Scholar Voices: My Life at Lehigh
In our latest Scholar Voices feature, we hear from rising Lehigh University junior Tsion Taye. A Washington, D.C. native and an Earl Woods Scholar, Tsion takes us inside her first two years as a college student, highlighting some memorable life experiences. Proceeds from tournaments like next week’s Quicken Loans National help us provide the support and resources necessary for students like Tsion to achieve their dreams.
Launched in 2006, the TGR Learning Lab has reached more than 150,000 students through its award-winning STEM curriculum. Serving students in grades 5-12 in Anaheim, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Stuart, FL, our unique culture fosters development of the whole person while providing critical STEM skills and college prep.
With one of the highest graduation rates in the country, the Earl Woods Scholar Program is designed to help first-generation scholars thrive in college and beyond. Encompassing mentorships, internships and career building, the program boasts a one-to-one philosophy that has helped nearly 150 recipients attend top universities around the country.
Recently launched, tgreduexplore.org recreates the Learning Lab experience and curriculum via a dynamic digital platform developed in partnership with Discovery Education. By creating nationwide access to our programs, we will impact millions, offering teachers quality curriculum and introducing students to options for college and careers in STEM.
TGR EDU: Create is focused on changing the way STEM is taught in our classrooms by providing professional development opportunities in STEM education through innovative lesson design. With hands-on, project-based learning activities, educators explore strategies that will enhance their curricula and prepare their students for future STEM careers.
TGR Foundation is a team of dedicated individuals who are passionate about empowering students to thrive. We are deeply committed to every student who comes through our programs, and believe that the power of education, coupled with the right resources, will ensure lifelong success.Read More
Access to quality education is a global issue that impacts everyone. TGR Foundation partners with innovators, educators, business leaders and community members who are passionate about education and committed to helping students thrive. Together, we are Champions of the Unrelenting.Learn More
For over 20 years, funds have been raised through events produced by TGR Live, the exclusive event management company of TGR Foundation. TGR Live creates amazing experiences at world-class events across the country, including three PGA TOUR golf tournaments, an exclusive entertainment experience in Las Vegas and a luxury golf outing at Pebble Beach.
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Tiger Woods Celebrates Foundation’s 20th Year, Talks Return To Golf
After nearly two years in development, the 14-time major champion announced earlier this week that he and his team have rebranded the familiar “TW” logo as “TGR.”
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Eye of the Tiger How Tournament at Riviera Serves Community in Anaheim, Goal of Reaching 1 Million Kids Nationwide
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THE TIGER WOODS FOUNDATION : CREATING COLLEGE AND CAREER READY STUDENTS
Thanks to Discovery Education, we have Dr Katherine Bihr of Tiger's Foundation with a curriculum available with interactive resources, designed for grades 6-12, to develop problem-solving and decision-making skills with real-world applications in college access and STEM learning.
Katherine Bihr, Ed.D.
Dr. Katherine Bihr is the Vice President of Programs and Education for the Tiger Woods Foundation, where she's spent over 12 years implementing award-winning STEM curriculum and after-school programs for underserved youth through the TGR Learning Labs across the country. Through the foundation, Dr. Bihr also oversees the Earl Woods Scholar Program, bringing college access, financial aid, mentorship and internships to promising students in financial need.
TIGER WOODS FOUNDATION AND DISCOVERY EDUCATION LAUNCH DIGITAL PROGRAMS IN COLLEGE PREP AND STEM CAREERS
TGR EDU: Explore to Offer Middle and High School Classrooms Free, Engaging, Interactive Tools and Digital Experiences