NC State Combo Championships – 2 weekends Nov. 2 – 5 and 9 – 12, 2017
This state wide championship brings over 2500+ people to Wilmington and has a HUGE economic benefit to the area. We are looking for volunteers for the following positions:
- Site Coordinators – check in teams and send them to the courts, record and report scores and generally have a great time!
- Player Party Volunteers – set up & decorate, make sure things run smoothly & help break down the event space
- Sponsorship & Marketing Committee – help spread the word and sign sponsors up
L6 Entry Level Youth Tournament Volunteers
Are you available on an occasional Friday between 3:30 – 6 PM? We need volunteers to run the check in table, help keep the flow of matches and to monitor lower level courts. Your time giving back to the tennis community will help kids enjoy tournament play! Contact Rosanne – email@example.com to help for the full duration OR for a 2 hour block of time.
Tennis Up! Elementary School Organizers
Elementary school organizers needed to set out nets, balls and rackets and organize tennis game / play stations for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade elementary students. No tennis experience needed. Commitment is one day per week for a 4 week session, each session lasts 1 hr. +/- 15 mins. set up and break down. Organizer group meeting and training at start of program. View current Tennis Up programs and dates: CLICK HERE. Contact Rosanne – Junior Community Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org or CLICK HERE to fill out the form.
Middle School Coaches & Team Organizers
Middle school coaches organize team practice and matches for middle school boys (spring season) and girls (fall season). The season is 6 weeks, practices are 4 – 5:30 pm and matches are 4 – 6 pm. Only 2 days per week commitment, although if you would like to schedule more matches or practices you are able. Background check required. Contact Rosanne – Junior Community Coordinator: email@example.com
Abilities Tennis Association of North Carolina
On February 25, 2017 ATANC’s “Swing into Spring” Adaptive Tennis Tournament will be held at Althea Gibson Tennis Center. The tournament is open to children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Athletes will compete in singles, doubles, and unified doubles, both full and short court. We will also have a skills clinic for beginning athletes.
We are in need of volunteer:
- 2 or 3 photographers
- tournament desk personnel
- **tennis players to act as teachers/coaches (teaches basic instruction to our skilled/beginning Athletes)
- Unified Partners
For more information: Call or send an email to Billie Fitzsimons: (910) 200-4101 or AdaptiveTennisWilm@gmail.com. Or visit: http://atanc.org/event/swing-into-spring/