The Perfect Game Foundation

Rating: 4.98 stars   66 reviews


1012 Northwoods Trail McLean VA 2102 USA


The Perfect Game Foundation works with those who aspire to a business career in sports by providing mentorship along with financial assistance for internships and courses of study in sports.


Assist young men and women at home and abroad, who aspire to a life in sports, by mentoring, assisting with internships, scholarships and entry level job placement assistance. The foundation will accomplish its mission by utilizing multimedia communications to reach potential candidates and connect them with opportunities in the world of sports, including those institutions of higher learning with appropriate programs that are available to students who seek a career in sports, establishing scholarships to assist those in need to pursue their dream. The foundation will provide candidates, free of charge, with career guidance, mentoring and job placement services. It will also fund study programs at institutions of higher learning and internships with sports-connected businesses.

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Donna96's Review for The Perfect Game Foundation

Rating: 5 stars  

TPGF has been instrumental in placing bright and resourceful students with my company. As a growing event marketing company focused on golf networking, the interns from TPGF we able to help advance many initiatives while gaining valuable experience. The work to 'find' a good fit has been greatly reduced with the candidates put forth by Del and his team. Business matchmaking made easy!

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