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Scholarship Program

FAQ



Scholarship Process

Q: How do I qualify for a college scholarship?
A: The Earl Woods Scholarship Program offers tuition and other financial assistance to high school junior and seniors from select geographic regions or by invitation. Candidates must demonstrate academic achievement (with a minimum GPA of 3.0);a commitment to community service; and financial need to qualify for the EWSP. There is a competitive application process and the student must be planning to attend an accredited four-year university in the United States immediately after high school graduation.

Q: What are the geographic regions?
The TWF Board of Directors meets annually to determine which geographic areas may apply for the scholarship. Historically, Orange County (Calif.) and Washington, D.C., have received invitations to apply.

Mentor Process

Q: How do I qualify?
A: Possible mentor candidate for an Earl Woods Scholar can be:

  • Professionals who demonstrate passion and leadership qualities.
  • A person who cares about the future success of youth in the professional world.
  • A person who understands the role and responsibility of being a mentor.
  • A professional with a college degree.
  • A person committed to a four-year mentor/scholar experience, renewable annually.
  • A person who participates in and passes a standard background check.


Q: What are the benefits of being part of the Earl Woods Scholarship mentor program?
A: Benefits to mentors include:

  • Making a positive difference in the life of a college student
  • Enhancing leadership, teaching, and coaching skills
  • Intrinsic satisfaction of helping another individual
  • Demonstrates your professionalism and commitment to personal and professional development of self and others
  • Exposure yourself to diverse ideas and cultures
  • Contribute to the growing work force by helping the productivity and development of a young person
  • Developing and practicing your communication skills


Benefits to scholars include:

  • Gaining valuable advice from a well-respected professional
  • Assistance in various aspects of collegiate life
  • A forum to discuss issues and to seek and receive advice on how to balance responsibilities
  • Reflects your commitment to personal and professional growth
  • Developing and practicing your communication skills
  • Gain knowledge about the professional world and how to navigate your entrance to life after college


Q: How do I become a mentor?
A: Download mentor application or email jgabor@tigerwoodsfoundation.org.

Internship Process

Q: How do I qualify?
A: You must have competitively applied and been accepted into the Earl Woods Scholarship Program to qualify for an internship.

Q: How do I provide an internship?
A: Download the internship form or email mykim@tigerwoodsfoundation.org.

Higher Ed Initiatives

Q: How do I qualify?
A: In addition to workshops held at the Tiger Woods Learning Centers, a selection of Earl Woods Scholarship Program workshops and presentations are open to the community. Please click here for program dates and times.

Q: How can I join CAN?
A: Students are nominated by a high school counselor or teacher. It is currently open to 11th-grade students from select high schools in the Anaheim Union High School District in Orange County, Calif. There is a competitive application process, and the student must be planning to attend an accredited four-year university in the United States immediately after high school graduation.