Age Minimum (with Adult): 15+, Minimum Age:15+
ENGAGE: Youth Tennis Project
Come join us for the morning session of the Afterschool Tennis Field Day! Players will include our Afterschool Tennis participants. Volunteers encourage the players and ensure they rotate smoothly from court to court while they participate in a variety of drills and games. Tennis knowledge is helpful but is not required.
The children are elementary and middle school ages (for the most part). All levels of players will be participating, from beginners to more advanced in their age range. Come out and encourage these young players.
Schedule for the School Year:
Oct 26 - ½ Day Camp
Dec 14 - Singles Tournament
Feb 22 - Doubles Tournament
April 25 - World Team Tennis
May 23 - Field Day
Project Requirements & Important Notes
Attire: Wear comfortable athletic attire such as shorts or a warmup suit. Dress in layers depending on the season. Must wear athletic shoes appropriate for tennis courts.
Bring: A reusable water bottle, sunscreen, and a hat.
Court-Ordered Volunteers: Due to site policy, this organization does not accommodate court-mandated volunteers.
Note: Volunteers do not need to bring tennis rackets.
About Youth Tennis San Diego
Youth Tennis San Diego is a nonprofit (501)(c)(3) organization whose purpose is to promote the educational, physical, and social development of all youth through organized tennis and educational activities. Their community programs encourage youth participation, personal integrity, leadership, and competitive spirit in a friendly environment that builds responsible citizens.
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