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The 2019 EAGLE Caddie Program application period has ended (as of Friday, May 3, 2019) -- The 2020 EAGLE Caddie Program application period will be posted in the spring of 2020.
The EAGLE Caddie program (Early Adventures in Golf for a Lifetime of Enjoyment) is a unique internship program that is a cooperative venture between Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R), The Western Golf Association, and public and private high schools located within the city of Portland, aimed at introducing students to all aspects of golf course operation. Qualified students are paid an hourly wage, receive work credit hours, and have a mentor who monitors their progress. In addition, scholarship opportunities are available from their involvement in our program.
Since 1992, over 80 students have successfully completed college on Evans Scholarships received through PP&R’s EAGLE Caddie program. PP&R is proud of its long standing partnership with the Evans Foundation and continues to support youth the EAGLE Caddie Program.
A history of interest in the game of golf is not required. EAGLE Caddie program participants successfully completing the program become eligible to apply and compete for an Evans Scholarships. This scholarship provides college tuition and housing at the University of Oregon and may be renewed for up to four years. The scholarship is valued at more than $100,000.
PP&R’s EAGLE Caddie program is accepting applications from qualified freshmen currently enrolled at public and private high schools located within the *City of Portland. Interested parties in the EAGLE Caddie program should contact Carolyn Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-823-5076.
Evans Scholarships are supported by the Western Golf Association, and valued at more than $100,000 over four years. The requirements for an Evans Scholar are based on financial need, good citizenship and being a top student and caddie.
*Students who attend high schools that are not located within the city of Portland can contact the following golf courses about their caddie programs: Columbia Edgewater Country Club, Oswego Lake Country Club in Lake Oswego, Portland Golf Club, Riverside Golf & Country Club, Rock Creek Country Club, Royal Oak Country Club in Vancouver, and Waverley Country Club.
The Evans Scholars Program is funded by contributions from an estimated 100,000 golfers across the country, as well as Evans alumni and proceeds from the BMW Championship.
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