October 17, 2022
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Volunteers are at the heart of USTA Mid-Atlantic, because of our dedicated, passionate and tennis-loving volunteers we are able to continue to make an impact beyond the net.
If you are interested in staying engaged with tennis in the Section, there are plenty of volunteer opportunities for you. Looking to support a local tournament, write tennis content for Mid-Atlantic’s blog, or make a change on a committee - there are several opportunities for you to choose from.
Ways to Get Involved
Local events: Throughout the year, there are many tennis events that take place in the Section. Volunteers support tennis programs with set up/clean up, working the tournament desk, as court monitors, and more on and off court opportunities!
Community events: There are many opportunities to share your love for tennis in the community. ADVERTISEMENT Volunteers help assist and support tennis events across the Mid-Atlantic and more with affiliated USTA Mid-Atlantic partners!
Committees: Looking to make an impact in the Mid-Atlantic tennis community? Become a volunteer through a Mid-Atlantic committee and help increase tennis access across the Section.
USTA Mid-Atlantic Projects: Interested in getting hands on with Mid-Atlantic projects and programs? Volunteers support with photography, graphic creation, brainstorming, and MORE!
To help you find the right volunteer opportunity for you and to make it as easy as possible to get involved in the sport you love, we made a list of volunteer openings in the Section.
Get involved and find your opportunity here.
If you are looking to have volunteers at your upcoming event, we are here to help. Share details about your volunteer opportunity with us and we will see how we can help. Get in touch by filling out our volunteer request form today.
Perks of Volunteering
- Volunteer of the month spotlight article
- Referral incentives
Take it from one of our dedicated and passionate volunteers, Teresa Lemair, on why she is a USTA Mid-Atlantic volunteer. Read more.
Any questions, contact us.