Baseball coach Chuck Marshall knows just the right way to pitch the ball to his players. His team gets a hit every time they’re at bat, and they never strike out. It took time for him to perfect this skill though –he’s trained for it from the day his son joined the team as a six-year-old.
College football is more than a sport. It is an experience. The sound of the fight song booming through a packed stadium, the smell of the grill at a tailgate, the way you hug friends and high-five strangers when your team scores – on gameday it seems like everyone is a fan, including Chick-fil-A.
A story of change started with a viral video. A video featuring a man from a small Turkish community was making the rounds on social media. This young Deaf man, feeling disconnected from his peers, is shown visiting various places in his village. One day, he is surprised to encounter people who are able to communicate with him through sign language.
Chick-fil-A announced today it has reached its goal to serve No Antibiotics Ever (also known as “NAE”) chicken in its 2,400+ Chick-fil-A restaurants in the United States. In 2014, Chick-fil-A announced it was pursuing a bold commitment to serve only chicken raised with No Antibiotics Ever nationwide by the end of 2019.
Every journey has a beginning. There is a central point of origin that not only points the way forward, but also answers the questions of why it began. For the past five years, Chick-fil-A has been on its own, unique journey, pursuing an intentional path toward an improved chicken supply. And it began where all menu initiatives typically do for Chick-fil-A – with the company’s customers.
She’s an accomplished animal scientist, an author, an international speaker and the subject of an HBO documentary. And according to the New York Times, she may also be the world’s most famous person with autism. She was also recently named to the National Women’s Hall of Fame!
Get ready football fans, because the most wonderful time of the year is only a few days away. There’s nothing quite like football season in a college town, and no game day experience is complete without a tailgate and a tray of Chick-fil-A Nuggets, Chilled Grilled Chicken Subs, fruit or Chocolate Chunk Cookies.
Each year, Chick-fil-A awards two types of scholarships to Team Members: True Inspiration Scholarships ($25,000) and Leadership Scholarships ($2,500). In 2019, more than 6,000 Chick-fil-A Team Members received a scholarship, which can be used at any accredited two- or four-year college, university, or technical/vocational school. Here’s what to know about both scholarships, at a glance.