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First Tee Philadelphia

First Tee — Greater Philadelphia creates experiences that build character to empower kids through a lifetime of new challenges and continuous personal growth. By seamlessly integrating the game of golf with a life skills curriculum, First Tee — Greater Philadelphia creates active learning experiences that build inner strength, self-confidence and resilience that kids can carry to everything they do.

Created in 1997 by the PGA TOUR, First Tee has been using golf to provide unique growth opportunities and learning experiences to all kids, no matter their background.  First Tee chapters implement game changing programs with trained coaches in multiple environments such as golf courses, schools and after-school programs.

First Tee Summer Interns are responsible for guiding and coaching young people to become more confident, capable and resilient versions of themselves on and off the course.

Responsibiliities Include: 

  • Commits to continuous learning and attends all required local and national coach training events

  • Enthusiastically embraces First Tee’s coaching and youth development philosophy

  • Becomes proficient in the delivery of all appropriate First Tee program content

  • Delivers First Tee program content with fidelity as trained by chapter and HQ staff

  • Maintains consistent and regular attendance

  • Begins and ends scheduled lessons on time

  • Arrives for classes early and prepared

  • Treats home and partner facilities with respect by properly cleaning up and caring for equipment and grounds

  • Serves as a positive example and mentor for other coaches/volunteers

  • Creates and distributes high quality program lesson plans

  • Properly conducts First Tee Certification

  • Monitors the quality of equipment and inform the Program Director of equipment needs

  • Maintains and organizes all equipment storage areas

  • Keeps and reports accurate participant attendance records

  • When necessary, serves as a chapter contact for volunteers, students, and parents

  • Networks with other chapter colleagues and exchange best practice ideas

  • Assist with coordination of programs such as arranging water, meal and snacks for students



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800 Walnut Lane, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Special Requirements:

Resume, Interview, Clearances

Industry Areas:

Sports Management, Childcare, Education, Community Development,

Preferred Age Range:


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*Remember - you can only apply to one position. Make sure you have looked through all our opportunities before you begin!

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