The Magic Woods Golf Club & The Fund for Disadvantaged Kids

Robert D. Klineman is the Chairman of the Magic Woods Golf Club which happens not to be a golf club. Excuse me! It is a golf club without real estate – ( it) creates, develops, and supports community-based programs to inspire and improve the well-being of disadvantaged youth in the United States. Private golf & country club members are asked to graciously invite and support Read more. such kids (via schools & community groups) by providing unique invitations, experiences, inclusion, and personal/institutional capital. The reach of MWGC’s programs and innovative opportunities can extend worldwide to millions of young people, increasing in frequency over time, for the fundamental benefit of low-income, disadvantaged, and disabled kids.

Mr. Klineman is seeking contributions to this worthwhile organization $100-$5000 and for more information ( including College Student Internships – please see below ) merely visit the web site and/or contact Mr. Klineman’s office.

College Student Internships

Magic Woods GC & The Fund For Disadvantaged Kids (TFDK)

“An Improved Social & Educational Infrastructure”

College students compete in conference, club sports, and intramurals.  All college students may apply to be career-related & community service interns.  Particular interest is expected from student-athletes.  Our efforts underscore community inclusion consistent with the goals of program partners and the well-being of all kids.

Magic Woods GC (a golf club without real estate) develops & supports an “improved social & educational infrastructure”.  Programs engineer enrichment and improvement in the lives of low-income, disadvantaged, & disabled kids in the USA.  Community inclusion via private golf & country club host invitations for low-income K-12 kids via schools & NGO’s.  Unique and innovative experiences supplemented by private club members’ personal & institutional capital.  TFDK assists other non-profits in developing & providing community services “for the good of the kids”.  Think-Tank idea generation and proprietary research (macro-economic, education policy, structural change) for the benefit of kids and the community.  Current issues include:  proper resolution of college student debt (27 million(e) college student borrowers); philanthropic incentives for college tuition cost reimbursement;  role of national community service organizations in tuition defrayal & job creation;  reduction in the mandatory testing of grades 3-8 (22 million(e) K-12 kids ages 7-15).

The architecture & construct of Magic Woods & TFDK’s college student internships is applicable (with mission-specific intern responsibilities) to any non-profit organization in the USA.

Internship Description: Customized internships for course-bearing credit are subject to University approval.  Faculty advisors can assist college students with approvals for academic credit.  Logistics coordination for school & NGO (community) group invitations.  Examples of programs to be coordinated with schools & NGO’s include:  private golf club invitations for kids; on-site golf course superintendent instructional tours for K-12 kids; college ‘youth days’ & athletic event attendance; tutoring (K-12 students by interns); mentoring (by private club members for college student interns);  college financing guidance; K-12 fitness instruction; nutrition & cooking classes; community healthcare; food distribution expansion;  housing crisis counseling;  family crisis counseling; film, theater, music and visual arts events; and other collaborative activities with schools, NGO’s, and host venues.  Golf is the bridge from affluent private club members to disadvantaged kids – leading to stronger community bonds, enhanced student optimism, and broadened community inclusion.

Location: Interns may coordinate logistics and activities from a private, mobile preferred location.  Events are at designated host venues and facilities on and off-campus, including private golf & country clubs.

Internship Summary Duties:

  • Coordinate programs from colleges to public schools & NGO’s within a student-athlete’s region
  • Participate in TFDK support for non-profits and Think-Tank idea generation
  • Establish Magic Woods regional chapters in multiple state & local golf associations
  • Compile info & contact private golf & country clubs and other host venues & facilities
  • Compile info & contact club presidents, officers, committee chairs, members, GM’s, PGA Pros, Supr’s
  • Contact public schools & NGO’s (community groups) to discern participation and activity interest
  • Coordinate programs with school administrators, teachers, and NGO’s
  • Serve as goodwill ambassadors for Magic Woods GC to the community as a whole

© Magic Woods GC * The Fund For Disadvantaged Kids (Divisions of ICSG-USA)

“For The Good Of The Kids” ©      1214 W. Boston Post Rd   Mamaroneck, NY 10543

Internship Scheduling Commitment(e):  a) for course-credit-bearing internships … according and subject to the specifics of faculty-approved and administration academic requirements; b) for non-course-credit-bearing internships, then weekdays & weekends @ 5-10 hours/month or more, according to individual levels of interest and availability.   Fall, Winter, Spring, & Summer internship opportunities.

Additional Internship Benefits & Amenities:  TBD   2014-2018:  Career-related & community service internship opportunities to be presented for posting at many ECAC & NCAA Division I, II, & III colleges & universities.  ECAC:  > 300 member colleges, 5,800 men’s/women’s teams, 120,000 male/female participants, across 16 states from Maine to North Carolina.  NCAA: > 1,000 colleges, 17,000 teams, 420,000 student-athletes in NCAA Divisions I, II, and II and III, e.g.:

  • Yale
  • Princeton
  • Brown
  • Iona College
  • Fordham University
  • CUNY
  • Fairfield University
  • Manhattan College
  • Lafayette College
  • Amherst College
  • Williams College
  • Penn State
  • Springfield College
  • Lehigh College
  • SUNY – Cortland
  • Bates
  • Bowdoin
  • Wesleyan
  • University of Miami
  • Carnegie Mellon
  • Syracuse
  • Brandeis
  • Providence College
  • Sacred Heart
  • Columbia
  • Cornell
  • NYU
  • of Pennsylvania
  • Connecticut
  • MIT
  • Quinnipiac
  • of Rochester
  • of Connecticut
  • Bucknell College
  • Colby College
  • Manhattanville
  • Middlebury College
  • Boston College
  • of Maine
  • Tufts University
  • Trinity College
  • Michigan
  • of Cincinnati
  • Notre Dame
  • SUNY – New Paltz
  • SUNY – Westchester
  • John’s
  • American University
  • George Washington
  • SUNY Old Westbury
  • Harvard
  • Dartmouth
  • Duke
  • Hamilton College
  • Boston University
  • SUNY – Purchase
  • Vassar College
  • SUNY – Albany
  • of Bridgeport
  • Ithaca College
  • of Hartford
  • Marist College
  • SUNY – Stony Brook
  • Franklin & Marshall
  • SUNY – Delhi
  • Washington & Lee
  • of Massachusetts
  • Temple
  • Merchant Marine
  • Northeastern
  • of Maryland
  • Lawrence
  • Rollins College
  • Georgetown
  • Pace University

Years 2-3  —  Expand to 25-100    and other NCAA Colleges & Universities

Years 4-5  —  Expand to 100-200       and other NCAA Colleges & Universities

© Magic Woods GC * The Fund For Disadvantaged Kids (Divisions of ICSG-USA)

 “For The Good Of The Kids” ©      1214 W Boston Post Rd   Mamaroneck, NY 10543

Contact: Andrew Carnegie — Assistant to the Chairman

Magic Woods GC    The Fund for Disadvantaged Kids    “For The Good of The Kids”©  
Division of ICSG-USA – a 501(c)3 Non Profit Organization
1214 W Boston Post Rd   Mamaroneck, NY 10543   212 426-8000 tel & txt
Robert D. Klineman, Chairman
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