These events often become life-changing experiences. Youth meet new people, play golf, achieve greatness, and show our Nine Core Values in action.
Coca-Cola Company offers five participants the chance to experience downtown Atlanta visiting the Coca-Cola campus, attending new hire training, and taking part in interviews to determine the winner of a scholarship. Participants submit a written essay about how they are a ‘Power for Good’ through service to their communities, schools, and neighborhoods.
Member schools should plan to contribute to the consortium’s work groups: Marketing, Forms, Mentoring, and Events.
Work groups meet throughout the year to refine and improve the consortium’s messaging and tools to achieve our mission and continue to grow our value for our members.
Our Reacting Consortium Member Campus Spotlight series highlights Reacting to the Past on different Consortium Member campuses.
Keep reading to see how the University of Puget Sound, Reacting Endeavor Grant recipient and private liberal arts college in Tacoma, Washington, has been using Reacting to the Past for well over a decade to instill energy and empathy into classes across disciplines, and to spur meaningful conversation in and outside of the classroom.
Deadline: March 19 Encourages all participants to excel academically and to stay on track for eligibility in The First Tee Scholars Program.
Participants of all ages who earn As and Bs (or equivalent) on their report cards will receive signed certificates.
The First Tee junior golf program doesn’t just get kids on the course, it offers exciting opportunities for growth.
With the help of The First Tee national corporate partners, more advanced participants can apply to attend these golf and leadership events.