True champions pursue
a worthy cause with
as much heart as they
leave on the field or court.
As part of our training methodology, we believe it's crucial to develop more than high-performing student-athletes. We instill a strong belief in the importance of social responsibility. Each student-athlete is required to commit a set number of hours each academic year to community outreach, and is encouraged to explore other ways he or she can give back.
Charitable organizations we partner with:
|Friends of Jaclyn|
“IMG Ascenders doing good on the field and off”
We strive to develop leaders with a strong moral fiber who are models in the community. Past student-initiated outreach efforts have included raising money for Free the Children and building houses for Habitat for Humanity.
|2012||Lorum Ipsum Dolor||Kansas City Royals|
|2014 President's Volunteer Service Award Recipient|
|Alfredo Escalera embodies the IMG Academy belief that by helping others one also helps him- or herself. The IMG Academy graduate of 2012 and Kansas City Royals minor league player was awarded the President’s Volunteer Service Award in 2014. The Obama administration only awarded eight out of more than 45,000 UNICEF volunteers. Escalara was nominated for his education and mentorship assistance to underachieving elementary school students, working with a soccer Special Olympic team, providing food for the homeless and supporting UNICEF’s efforts worldwide.|
|“I have the selfish belief that by helping someone in peril to better his life, I am actually helping myself to be more joyful. For me, voluntary work is a shortcut to being blessed with amazing happiness.”|
|2008||Washington, DC||University of Alcala|
|2014 Fullbright Research Grant Recipient|
|Alexandra Campbell-Ferrari put her education and her dedication to social responsibility against some of the top researchers in the country when she applied--and won--a Fulbright research grant in 2014. Fulbright grants are one of the most prestigious academic achievements possible. Campbell-Ferrari plans to use the grant to study international water laws, seeking better models of cooperation between the U.S. and other countries. She will spend a year in Spain at the University of Alcala, one of the leading universities in the Spanish-speaking world, and will teach an undergraduate course on water law while in Spain.|
|“The more people we can educate, especially at the younger ages, about water issues, and the ways they can conserve, the better off we will all be in the future as it relates to watershed maintenance and restoration. It's my passion and it's what I'll be pursuing most of my life.”|
|2005||Marietta, OH||University of South Florida|
|2011 MLS W.O.R.K.S. Humanitarian of the Year|
|Zak Boggs, an IMG soccer program alumnus and Fulbright scholar, was awarded the 2011 MLS W.O.R.K.S Humanitarian of the Year award for his work in a cancer research lab at Children’s Hospital in Boston. Boggs used his degree in biomedical sciences from USF to help identify potential cancer diagnostics and prognostics and cancer-indicating proteins during his volunteer tenure at the Children’s Hospital. He also regularly visited during monthly team visits, and while attending the University of South Florida he volunteered with Moffitt Cancer Center and the Shriners Hospital in Tampa, Florida.|
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