Goals and Assists
Snider Hockey has partnered together with the Give Something Back Foundation to form the Goals & Assists program. This program aims to provide students with the guidance they need to complete a postsecondary degree. Seniors enrolled in the Goals & Assists program are eligible to apply for the Goals & Assists scholarship, which awards recipients with a full or partial scholarship to cover tuition, room and board, and fees at our partner institutions. Students will also benefit from leadership development opportunities and constant support from the Snider Hockey Education Team to ensure they remain on track for graduation. For more information on Goals & Assists, please click here.
Interested students should contact our Coordinator of High School Programs, Frank Buggey, at FBuggey@SniderHockey.org or by calling 215-952-5271 to learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply for the Goals & Assists program.
Students accepted into the Breakaway Scholarship program during their final year of middle school will receive a one-year scholarship to cover full or partial tuition and school fees at one of our partner schools. This scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years if students continue to meet eligibility criteria. For more information on the Breakaway Scholarship, please click here.
Interested students should contact our Senior Coordinator of Middle School Programs, Erin Robinson, at ERobinson@SniderHockey.org or by calling 215-952-5271 to learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply for the Breakaway Scholarship.
- Archbishop Carroll High School
- Archbishop Ryan High School
- Archbishop Wood High School
- Bishop Shanahan High School
- Cardinal O’Hara High School
- Conwell-Egan High School
- Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School
- Father Judge High School
- Lansdale Catholic High School
- Ligouri Academy
- Little Flower High School
- Mercy Career & Technical High School
- Monsignor Bonner & Archbishop Prendergast High School
- Neumann-Goretti High School
- Pope John Paul II High School
- Roman Catholic High School
- St. Hubert High School
- West Catholic Preparatory High School
Phil Weinberg Game Ready College Scholarship Fund
Since its inception, Phil Weinberg served as an officer and trustee of the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation. He was a trusted advisor, an enduring supporter, and tireless advocate of the organization and the thousands of under-resourced youth the foundation annually serves.
The Phil Weinberg Game Ready College Scholarship Fund provides Snider Hockey students a $1,500 annual scholarship to help defray the cost of books, hockey dues, transportation, and other ancillary expenses. This award is given annually to every Snider Hockey student throughout their post-secondary matriculation. 63 students are participating in this program in the 2021-22 academic year, totaling $94,500 in scholarships. The Phil Weinberg Game Ready College Scholarship Fund will serve to supplement the Snider Hockey Goals & Assists scholarship program, which covers the full tuition and room & board for qualifying students at our 8 partner universities. Combined, these scholarship programs will provide our students with a head start in life – allowing them to graduate from college free of debt.
All dollars contributed in Phil’s honor will be matched 2:1 by the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Support Organization.
Interested students should contact our Manager of Education Programs, Sam Napierkowski, at SNapierkowski@SniderHockey.org or by calling 215-952-5271 to learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply for Game Ready.
Snider Hockey Over Time (S.H.O.T.)
Snider Hockey is dedicated to fostering and supporting a student’s love of hockey throughout their educational career. The Snider Hockey Over Time (S.H.O.T.) Scholarship supports accepted students to financially cover dues associated with playing club hockey at the collegiate level.
The Snider Hockey Alumni Training Camp will offer extra on- and off-ice training for scholarship candidates over summer break. There are also other leadership development opportunities offered throughout the year and summer for accepted students.
Interested students should contact our Manager of Education Programs, Sam Napierkowski, at SNapierkowski@SniderHockey.org or by calling 215-952-5271 to learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply for the S.H.O.T. scholarship.