The First Tee of St. Louis offers Fee Scholarships to cover the cost of participating in The First Tee program. The scholarship program is designed to help families that are having financial difficulties. If you would like to request a scholarship please contact Deputy Executive Director Scott Lanemann (314)533-6400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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TFT National Opportunities
Schedule and Deadlines are listed on the following page
Junior Course Reporter Program
Life Skills & Leadership Academies
PGA TOUR Diversity Internship Program
PricewaterhouseCoopers Executive Forum
Each May, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) invites Scholars of The First Tee to attend an executive business forum held during THE PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. The Scholars are selected by PwC based on their college major or interest in Business Management, Economics, Finance and Accounting. The Scholars interact with global business leaders and attend sessions on risk management, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance. Traditionally, two of the Scholars speak to the group during one of the formal gatherings.
The First Tee Training Program at Hank Haney
Toro Future Leaders Forum
Coca Cola Future Leaders Forum
2010 First Tee Scholars Program
Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach
2011 RBS Achievers Award
A/B Honor Roll
have earned all As and/or Bs (or the equivalent) on their report cards.
All participants, regardless of age, are eligible for this recognition.
At the end of each semester, participants should bring their report
card to their Chapter. A member of the staff should verify the grades,
and indicate such in the database record of the participant under
Participant Tracking. The home office pulls the current list
from the database and creates high-quality certificates which are then
signed by executive director Joe Louis Barrow, Jr. The certificates are
mailed directly to the Chapter for distribution.
Guide for the College Bound Athlete:
College-Bound Student Athlete
This guide was recommended as a resource during our "Preparing for College"
Workshop presented by Laura Coble, former ASU Women's Golf Coach.
This Guide addresses issues for three important groups of readers:
- High School students who hope to participate in college athletics at an NCAA college or university;
- Parents and legal guardians; and
- High school counselors and athletics administrators