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USTA MID-ATLANTIC

GIRLS RULE THE COURT

USTA Mid-Atlantic  |  July 1, 2017
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Girls Rule the Court is an initiative from USTA Mid-Atlantic to get more girls on the court, in coaching positions and having fun with tennis! Using a For Girls, by Girls mindset, the three-part program addresses different barriers preventing the growth of female participation in tennis. The three parts of Girls Rule the Court are: 

 

  • Power Play Series: Girls hit the court in one-day play events powered by an all-female on court staff. Located within their own communities, the Power Play Series provides a comfortable space for young girls to learn and enjoy the sport. Each playday includes a breakout session that addresses positive body image and self-esteem using materials from Dove’s Self-Esteem Project.
  • Coach Mentor Pipeline: Through the GRTC program, volunteers will fuse a bond through the commonality of womanhood. ADVERTISEMENT To become certified as a GRTC Volunteer, individuals are required to participate in USTA On-Court coaching workshops lasting 3.5 hours. In order to lead workshops, volunteers are required to take an additional certification course with the US Professional Tennis Registry (PTR).
  • Conversation Series: The GRTC Conversation Series empowers the entire tennis community through hosting trainings and events geared toward combating negative social trends and the marginalization of women in the sport. The series is open to anyone interested in breaking down barriers to female participation in tennis and ready to put their words into action!

 

In the second year of the program and first year of grant recipients, 14 organizations are hosting Girls Rule the Court Play Events, including 11 who received grant funding from USTA Mid-Atlantic for the program. If you or your child is interested with participating or volunteering with a specific program, please contact

the organization directly.

 

For more information about the Girls Rule the Court, including future partnerships, or to volunteer at the Section level, contact Helen Li at li@mas.usta.com and Ebonye Jones at jones@mas.usta.com.

 

2017 Girls Rule the Court Participating Organizations

The ACE Project*

Brown + Healthy*

Courtplay Athletics

Eagle Academy Public Charter School*

Excel Academy Public Charter School*

Greater Baltimore Tennis Patrons Association*

Howard County Recreation & Parks*

Junior Tennis Champions Center

Mary and Frances Youth Center*

Metropolitan Tennis and Education Group*

Montgomery County Tennis and Education Foundation

NOVA Family Enrichment Program, Inc.*

Starr Players*

The Young Masters Inc.*

 

*USTA Mid-Atlantic Grant Recipient

 

 

 

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