NCTA WINTER LEAGUE UPDATES
Registration for the NCTA Winter Leagues now open!
OTTAWA CAPITAL KIDS COORDINATOR PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT NEWS!
OTA Capital Kids Program is looking for a new Coordinator. Part-time employment (30h/week March-September), one year contract, with the possibility of renewal. Application deadline is Monday, January, 2019. Start date is Tuesday, February 19th, 2019. Responsibilities include participant registration, youth recruitment and training, logistics, liaison and community connections, marketing and promotion, evaluation, report and analysis, ensuring Capital Kids program quality and other duties. Combination of formal education and relevant experience will be considered. Please submit your resume and cover letter via e-mail to email@example.com
While we appreciate all the responses, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. If you are ready to make a difference in your tennis community, manage and coordinate this successful outreach program, which started in 2014 and since introduced over 6,000 children to tennis, we would like to hear from you.
The NCTA Junior Development Fund (JDF) 2019 launched!
The NCTA Yearbook is now available!
Steve Vuong, NCTA Player of the month for November 2018
November 2nd, 2018
Ontario Tennis Association Expanding Ottawa’s Capital Kids Program thanks to $317,300 OTF Grant
We are excited to share with you news about our Capital Kids program, which has just received a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation! Capital Kids is an outreach tennis program, a collaborative effort between Ontario Tennis Association (OTA), National Capital Tennis Association (NCTA), City of Ottawa and the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The “Seed” was planted in 2014, with the initial grant and Capital Kids has grown over the past five years, introducing tennis to over 6,400 children, at community tennis courts. Lessons take place in various neighborhoods across city to make tennis accessible sport for all. Using progressive tennis equipment and led by the certified tennis instructors, this low cost ($10 per child per four week session) has given a lot of kids an opportunity to learn the sport of the lifetime. From there on, kids are encouraged to join low cost leagues and programs at the local clubs.
For the 2019, Capital Kids will be expanding to 6 new communities in the first year, age limit will increase to 6-15 years old (from 6-12), there will be opportunities for sustained participation during the winter (November-February) and 4 Capital Kids rooking tournaments will be organized annually for participants seeking greater challenge and chance to practice, what they have learned during lessons.
The Ottawa-based Capital Kids program will launch into its 6th year of programming starting spring 2019. In collaboration with the National Capital Tennis Association (NCTA) and the City of Ottawa, Capital Kids has provided free and low-cost tennis lessons to more than 6,000 children ages 6 to 12.