As a volunteer-based organization, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) has a long history of community involvement. Working together, USTA volunteers and staff promote and develop the game of tennis in the United States. With that in mind, improving the experience for all USTA volunteers is a top priority.
Linked off this page are several resources for those who work with volunteers at the community, district, section, or national level of the USTA. Whether you are looking for new ways to recruit volunteers, searching for creative forms of recognition, or just want to see how others are enhancing the volunteer experience, feel free to browse and use any of the pages for your own organization.
For more information or to submit an idea to be included, please contact the National Administrator for the USTA Volunteer Initiative, Andrew Feldman, at 914.696.7106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you work with volunteers? Click here to take the Tennis Quiz and see how well you're running your volunteer program.
Many people ask how to become a USTA volunteer.
All USTA national committees have chairs and vice chairs, who work to meet seven expectations of leading USTA volunteers.
Upcoming volunteer training opportunities take place around the country, both specific to tennis programs and to volunteer management in general.
Want more ideas? Click here for additional volunteer resources.
Check out the Volunteer of the Month.