To purchase tickets online, click here.

$75 for one ticket — $200 for 3 tickets

Official rules: Anyone over 18 years of age is eligible to participate with the exception of Empower Scholarship Fund board members and officers; Adtalem Global Education Executive Committee and board members and their immediate family members.  To enter, go to https://app.mobilecause.com/form/SuaPHw or text “empowergolf18” to 71777 and complete your contact and payment information to enter between Friday, August 25 8:00 am CST – Tuesday, September 25 at 5:00 pm CST.  The drawing for two winners will be Tuesday, September 25, 2018 after 6:00 pm CST during the annual golf outing at Cantigny Golf Club in Wheaton, IL. Winners need not be present and will be notified by email and phone. The prizes to be awarded are as follows:
  • Two (2) First/Business cabin- travel validity area:  To/from U.S. 48 contiguous states, Alaska and Canada, or U.S. 48 contiguous states, Mexico, Central America and Hawaii.  Valued at $2,250/each ticket
  • Two (2) First/Business cabin- Travel validity area: To/from US 48 States, Alaska, Canada, Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, Hawaii, Europe, South America, Micronesia, Africa, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, India, Middle East. Valued at $4,850/each ticket
The odds of winning one or more prizes will depend on the number of tickets sold.  The winning tickets will expire October 2019. They are not eligible for MileagePlus credit. Upgrades, including MileagePlus®, Sales Global Premier, Sales Regional Premier and purchased upgrades are not permitted. Tickets are capacity controlled. Reservations may only be made in the class of service indicated in the ticket voucher. If seats are not available in such class, another flight must be selected where such class is available. The ticket is non-refundable for cash, non-transferable, and non-changeable once issued. If lost, it will not be replaced. Certain taxes, fees and charges, including checked baggage fees, may apply.  Prizes are non-transferable and shall not be subject to substitutions or cash redemptions except as provided in the following sentence. In the event of unavailability of any prize, the Empower Scholarship Fund reserves the right to substitute a prize of equal or greater value.  All taxes on prizes are the sole responsibility of winner. Winners will be required to sign and return a waiver/release of liability and publicity (except where prohibited). By entering this raffle, participants agree that all  issues and   questions  concerning the construction, validity,  interpretation and enforceability of these rules, their rights and obligation, the rights and obligations of the Empower Scholarship FUND and any and all claims arising out of or related to or in connection with the raffle shall be governed by and  construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Illinois, without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law provisions (whether of the State of Illinois or any other Jurisdiction).  By entering, participants consent to the jurisdiction and venue of the federal, state and local courts located in the State of Illinois.

Enjoy golf at one of the award winning, premier public courses in the nation.

 2017 Golf Outing Video

The Empower Scholarship Fund Golf Outing is one of our major fundraisers of the year, attended by our organization partners, Adtalem CEO Lisa Wardell, and the senior leadership of our institutions. The purpose, besides a great day of networking and golf, is to raise scholarships for students attending one of the Adtalem Global Education family of institutions.

Please contact Marianne Hulbert  or by phone at 630.725.1930 for more information. 

The Empower Scholarship Fund is a 501(c)3 charitable organization.

2017 Scholarship Fund Golf Outing a Swinging Success!

The sixth annual Empower Scholarship Fund golf outing was held on Wednesday, September 27 at Cantigny Golf Club in Wheaton, IL. More than 200 guests were in attendance, including Chicago Blackhawk Stanley Cup Champion Brent Sopel, President and CEO Lisa Wardell, CFO Patrick Unzicker and current and past board members Dennis Keller (top left) and Bill Burke.

Also, attending the event were three scholarship recipients (second from left), Jessica Wilding, Joe Lumpkin and Olayinka Oghome.

Thanks to our more than 70 corporate partners for making this event a success and the many colleagues who participated in the event. A special thanks to our Presenting Sponsor, Ascend Learning. Since its inception, the golf outing has raised nearly $1.9 million.

This year, we raised a record amount of donations and $360,000 will be used for student scholarships, which is a record amount. Funds raised will be used for scholarships to students attending schools within the Adtalem Global Education Family.

The Empower Scholarship Fund Announces the Kathleen Modene Memorial Scholarship

“After meeting Kathy Modene for the first time, I remember thinking how incredibly intelligent, fun-spirited and congenial she was.”
―S. Cobb.

This impression was shared by the many people who came to know her, especially those who discovered she was the “go to” person for answers. Kathy possessed a genuine compassion, caring nature, and commitment to helping others that led her to follow her childhood dream of becoming a nurse. Upon completing a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, she began her career in pediatrics at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital in St. Louis, MO. When Deaconess College of Nursing sought to establish a pediatric program, they called upon Kathy’s knowledge, expertise in nursing, and experience to develop the program. Her journey in academia included the Master of Science degree in nursing, which combined her love of pediatrics with a specialty in mental health nursing.

During her tenure at Deaconess College of Nursing, Kathy served as a faculty member, Dean of Academic Affairs, and Coordinator for the Associate Degree in Nursing Program. When Deaconess transitioned into Chamberlain College of Nursing, she became the Director of Institutional and Programmatic Accreditation, where she facilitated the growth of Chamberlain from just the St. Louis campus to more than twenty accredited campuses nationwide, as well as numerous online degree programs.

The influence of Kathy’s life work will long be seen in the success of countless nurses, faculty, staff and other professionals whose lives she touched. She truly exemplified the spirit of Chamberlain CARE. Through the Kathleen Modene Memorial Scholarship, her spirit will live on in our memories and hearts and in nursing education students at Chamberlain University.