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Have You Thought About Being A CORTA Volunteer?

Why?

Most people volunteer because they are asked. The reasons behind the "yes" are as varied as the people saying yes. Some want to be part of a specific organization because they believe in the cause. Others want to give back to society. Many want to have social contact with a specific group of people. A few need some specific experience for a career or a job. Some like to use their creative and leadership abilities to make a difference. Do you see your reason here?

Benefits?

What will you get in exchange for giving of your precious time? You'll get  a sense of achievement, meet new people and develop new friendships.  You will have the opportunity to impact the future of tennis in your community and the health of your fellow citizens. And if that isn't enough, CORTA rewards each hour of volunteer service with a $1.00 per hour gift certificate to purchase tennis merchandise or lessons!

Who?

There are volunteer opportunities for everyone at CORTA, from the young who are in high school or college looking for career insight or experience to the mature or retired who want to use their special skills away from the job.

Where?

CORTA volunteers can serve in a wide variety of areas including junior programs, tournaments, special events, and more. 

When?

Shifts can run from 2 - 4 hours during the day, after school, in the evenings or on the weekends, depending upon your interests and your schedule.

What?

CORTA can use help in the following areas:

  • Tournaments
  • Leagues
  • Development and Promotion of Tennis 
  • Recreation
  • Junior Development - TennisWorks in the Parks and Schools
  • On Boards and Committees
  • Tennis Expos and Fairs

How?

Just email us at corta@corta.org or call 706-317-4136 and tell us about your interests and where you would like to volunteer. 

 


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