A USTA Community Tennis Association (CTA) is "any incorporated, geographically defined, not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization that supports or provides programs which promote and develop the growth of tennis." As an association, the group works to coordinate and maintain tennis programs and services; guaranteeing that they are open and accessible to all.Fueled by local volunteers, they exist to promote and develop the game of tennis in the community.
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USTA Guide for Community Tennis Associations- CLICK HERE FOR GUIDE
A CTA (Community Tennis NJTLs (National Junior Tennis and In addition to CTA and/or NJTL
Association) is "any incorporated, Learning) are community based registration, we recommend that
geographically defined, not-for-profit, organizations that offer beginner to every organization register for
volunteer-based organization that advanced on and off-court USTA Organization Membership.
supports or provides programs which programming, emphasizing This allows your organization to
promote and develop the growth of educational and life-skill components, receive great members-only
tennis." CTAs are diverse in nature, for youth. This curriculum should be benefits that can help you get
ranging from single purpose facilities offered at little or no cost to the connected to the USTA and
to multi-purpose facilities. Visit participant. Visit www.usta.com/njtl
tennis. If you haven't already,
becoming a CTA. member.
Attention USTA Organizational Member:
The new online discount equipment ordering system is now active. The link for the site is www.usta.com/equipmentdiscounts
. Only the following organizations are eligible to take advantage of these discounted prices: USTA organization member schools, USTA organization member parks, CTAs and NJTLs. All other USTA program leaders, such as on-court workshop organizers, No-cut coaches, JTT administrators/coaches, etc., must have registered as one of the above organizations to receive the discounts.
The USTA Learning Resource Center(LRC), offers USTA staff, volunteers, and tennis organizations across the country a full array of educational and training opportunities.
Resources are offered in many learning formats including: face-to-face workshops; on-line programs; reference materials and relevant website links. Using these resourcesenable users to developpersonally and professionally. The LRC provides one-stop shopping for you and your organization's learning needs.
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