PGA REACH, the charitable foundation of the PGA of America, has announced the 2023 class for the PGA WORKS Fellowship.
The class includes Rachel Goetz of Jamison. Goetz earned her undergraduate degree from Penn State University and her master’s degree from the University of Florida.
The PGA WORKS Fellowship, established in 2017, provides the opportunity for a one-year, paid immersion in a PGA Section’s Foundation operations. PGA Sections oversee the 41 regions of the PGA of America across the United States and help create the network of communication and community for PGA of America Golf Professionals and amateur golfers nationwide.
The Fellowship gives recent college and university graduates a first-hand look at everything that a career in the $102 billion golf industry can provide.
The primary responsibilities of this year’s 23 PGA WORKS Fellows are to support and execute philanthropic initiatives for the charitable foundations of their respective PGA of America Sections. This includes assisting with marketing, communications and fundraising activities, as well as PGA HOPE programming for veterans and junior golf initiatives, such as PGA Jr. League and Drive, Chip & Putt.