WITH THE USTA
January 1, 2017
Whether it’s helping out during the US Open or at your local league tournament, volunteers are at the very heart of what the USTA does as an association. In fact, the USTA was founded in 1881 by a group of enthusiastic volunteers and our current president and board of directors are all volunteers.
As such, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved with tennis at the volunteer level. Community Tennis Associations and the National Junior Tennis & Learning network are great places to start, as is the USTA Junior Team Tennis program.
Here are a few other quick links to get you in on the action and giving back to the game you love:
- To volunteer at the local level, contact your section or district. Not sure which is your section? You can find out by clicking here.
- If you want to volunteer to serve on a national committee, click here.
- To serve as a US Open volunteer, click here.
- And if you’re a provider or organizer looking to find tennis volunteers near you, consider using an external site like Volunteer Match.
Whether you are a tennis player or supporter, there is a way you can serve our sport for a lifetime. Get started today and find yourself in the game.