Character Matters: From PE to the Classroom

Categories: Life Skills, National School Program, Uncategorized

The First Tee provides educational programs on golf courses, in youth centers and at elementary schools that help young people develop character while playing a fun game—golf! The First Tee National School Program is designed to teach character education during PE classes, but core values like...

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School is Back, and so is The First Tee National School Program!

Categories: I am the First Tee, National School Program

School is back in session, but that doesn’t mean all the fun has to end! Because physical education programs are a great way to introduce young people to new activities, The First Tee National School Program was developed to give students the opportunity to learn how to play golf during their P.E....

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Under Armour Suits Up its Birdie Team to Support The First Tee National School Program

Categories: National School Program, Uncategorized

With back-to-school season in full swing, The First Tee National School Program is ready to rollout in even more schools across the nation thanks to Under Armour’s Birdie Campaign benefiting The First Tee. At six select PGA TOUR events from April to June, Under Armour pledged to The First Tee $...

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Johnson & Johnson Celebrates "Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day" with The First Tee

Categories: Life Skills, Uncategorized

Each year, millions of parents take their children to work for a fun and educational day known as “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.” This year, Johnson & Johnson employees at the New Jersey headquarters treated their children to a full day of activities that included a golf clini...

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Linking The First Tee National School Program to the Course

Categories: Life Skills, National School Program, Uncategorized

How One Field Trip is Positively Impacting School Attendance Did you know missing 10 percent of the school year in elementary grades can set many students up for future academic struggle, including a higher chance of dropping out in high school? Ten percent. That’s just 18 days a school year. The ...

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