Volunteering

Volunteer Coordinators

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Assess Your Volunteer Program

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Part of having a successful volunteer program, whether you are working with volunteers at the community, section or national level, is determining what you have in place currently.

Where to Look for Volunteers

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Recruiting volunteers means reaching out with different marketing ideas to find and identify the best volunteers for your program.
 
Making tennis inclusive to all means encouraging volunteers of diverse backgrounds to be part of your program - here are some strategies for reaching diverse volunteers.

Volunteer Recognition and Awards

Volunteer recognition increases retention of volunteers and inspires others.  Learn some ways to recognize volunteers who make significant contributions to the growth of tennis.
 
Learn about the successful USTA national awards program that honors those who play and support the sport of tennis.

Volunteer Position Descriptions

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Having a description of how a volunteer might contribute to your tennis program, organization or event will help you and help potential volunteers.  See some examples and get started writing your own.

Icebreakers, Energizers and Teambuilders

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Once you get your volunteers together, here are some ideas on how to build the group, break the ice, and help everyone get to know one another.

 
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