First Tee Alumni-Where are they now?
Ever wonder what our participants have been up to since moving on from the program? Thanks to some hard work from Coach Walt Stachura, wonder no more! Check out all the awesome things going on with our alumni!
Tim Bringard, UNCW, Business Administration, currently employed with Bon Secours Richmond Community Hospital in Richmond, VA.
Alex Humbert, UNCW, major in Exercise Science, minor in Psychology; Logan University, Doctor of Chiropractic, currently employed with Coastal Integrative Health right here in Brunswick County.
Jordan Saunders, UNCW, major in Biology, minor in Forensic Science. Will attend Basic Law Enforcement training at CFCC and hopes to work for the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Department.
Dalton Gore, University of Mount Olive, Business Management, golf professional at Cypress Run Golf Club in Tarpon Springs, FL.
Cameryn Smith, Queens University Charlotte, major in Communications, minor in Sports Management, currently employed with full time with First Tee Coastal Carolinas and pursuing her Class A PGA license as an assistant golf professional at Sandpiper Bay Golf Club.
Greg Hensley, Campbell University, Business Administration and PGM, currently employed as a golf professional at Belle Meade Country Club in Nashville, TN.
Jackson Cole, Wake Forest University, rising Junior, double majoring in psychology and philosophy.
Ashley Sloup, Winthrop University, major in Mass Communications, minor in Human Resource management, currently employed as the assistant women’s golf team coach at Furman University.
Jackson Picard, University of Mount Olive, major in Agricultural Production, minor in Agribusiness; George Washington University, Masters in Higher Education Administration, currently employed at BCC.
Now, more than ever, your contributions are needed to keep TFT viable in our community. Many traditional fund-raising activities have been suspended, deferred or cancelled entirely. Even without active programming, staffing and facility costs continue to exist and need to be met. We will get through this pandemic as a community and a nation and our youth will need a healthy and vibrant TFT.
Please consider supporting The First Tee Coastal Carolinas. A contribution to TFTCC is an investment in our most precious resource, our youth. Your continued generosity, along with others, makes programs like these possible for the youth of Brunswick County. To learn more about The First Tee or becoming a volunteer, go to: www.thefirstteecoastalcarolinas.org.