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Mid-Atlantic

HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS

IN THE MID-ATLANTIC SECTION

May 27, 2020
<h1>HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS</h1>
<h2>IN THE MID-ATLANTIC SECTION</h2>
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High School Tennis 

 

The USTA Mid-Atlantic Section encourages all high school age tennis players to participate on their High School Team.

 

#ServeItForward: High School Tennis Ambassador Program

Do you love your high school tennis team and sharing on social media? Apply to be part of our brand new High School tennis ambassador program! In this role, you’ll be contributing to the mission of USTA Mid-Atlantic and helping to grow tennis to create happy and healthier communities. You’ll be a positive force for good through the sport, which is critical now in our communities!

 

Ambassadors have a unique opportunity to use social media and build virtual engagement opportunities that promote tennis to other high school-age kids and encourage them to get active and play the sport.

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As an Ambassador, you will:

  • Partner with USTA Mid-Atlantic Section to engage with the tennis community

  • Lead USTA Mid-Atlantic’s social conversations to High School-age youth

  • Work positively/collaboratively with other high school ambassadors and representatives from USTA MAS

  • Develop and host virtual programming to keep high school tennis players connected

  • Be part of a larger movement to help communities and people in the Mid-Atlantic region through the sport of tennis. Learn more about #ServeItForward.

     

Click here to apply.  Deadline to apply is June 15

 

Do you still have questions about the Ambassador program? See below for more information:

 

What is the HS Ambassador Program?

  • Leadership opportunity to give back to one’s tennis community

  • Develop and engage the tennis community through virtual programming and use social media skills to highlight HS tennis and represent the Mid Atlantic Section.

How do I apply?

  • Fill out the application to include uploading a creative short (less than 90 seconds) video demonstrating why you would be a good HS tennis ambassador

Who can apply?

  • Current HS tennis player or competitive player currently in 8-12 grade. Preference may be given to those active on their HS team.

What is the selection process?

  • USTA MAS Staff will review applications after the deadline

  • Selection is limited

How long is the Ambassador role, if selected?

  • The 3-month commitment may be extended

What are the expectations if selected?

  • Work collaboratively with USTA MAS to share information about tennis through social media 

  • Participate in virtual meetings with USTA MAS about the program 

  • Ambassadors will be positive role models and excellent stewards of the sport of tennis 

  • Additional details will be provided upon acceptance

 

Junior Tournament Competitive Structure

 

The USTA will be launching a new, simplified nationwide junior tournament competitive structure in January 2021. Click here to find out more about this exciting new update.

 

In anticipation of the changes coming to the USTA Junior Tournament Competitive structure in 2021, the Section is working in partnership with USTA National staff on new initiatives specific to high school tennis players. Our plans include Section pilots of new initiatives as well as adjustments to the Junior Regulations to align with the new 2021 Competitive Structure. During this time of transition, players will not be eligible to earn ranking points for High School events.

 

Schools interested in participating in future High School pilot events are asked to contact Rachel Kros at kros@mas.usta.com.

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