Becoming a USTA volunteer usually starts in your local community, perhaps through a community tennis association (CTA) or other existing tennis program. The United States Tennis Association is composed of seventeen sections around the country, many of which are further broken into districts or states. Most people who volunteer at the USTA national level start as volunteers for their local, district, or section of the USTA.
Tennis enthusiasts can volunteer with the USTA in a number of ways: serving on a committee, helping at a tournament, coaching new players, assisting with special events, and much more. If you have the interest, chances are there is a volunteer need for you. The best place to start is in your local community, or contact your section office to find out how you can volunteer.
USTA Sections - Volunteer Pages
National committee volunteers serve a two-year term, which begins with the installation of the new USTA Board of Directors. The USTA President appoints all commitee members, with input from the sections and individuals wishing to serve. You can learn more about the Committee Appointment Process (CAP) and how to apply to serve on national committees by clicking here.
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