The NJTL network serves more than 225,000 children each year, thanks to the efforts of more than 500 nonprofit organizations which provide free or low-cost tennis, education and life skills programming to under-resourced children throughout the U.S.
Click here to locate a CTA or NJTL near you.
Looking to renew your registration or register to become a NJTL chapter for the first time? Click here for more information.
The sport for a lifetime is always evolving, creating new ways to make tennis more exciting and fun not only for the kids who play the game, but for the coaches and organizers as well.
NJTL regional training focus on how to best operate your programs. These two-day workshops educate chapter leaders on the ACE (Academic Creative Engagement) curriculum, designed to improve kids’ attitudes and behaviors around math and literacy plus provide the latest enhancements in on-court instruction, fundraising and much more.
For more information, click here, or send an e-mail to: njtl@usta.com


By teaming with the USTA Foundation through NJTL, you can build your management team’s infrastructure so that your chapter can be sustainable and impactful.
The Capacity Building program provides long-term technical assistance for chapters committed to achieving significant growth. Apply today!
For more information, please e-mail: njtl@usta.com.
The USTA Foundation, by way of NJTL, routinely collects and shares the best practices of its network, which includes sources with more than 45 years of experience and several multi-million dollar nonprofit and afterschool youth development organizations.
This Organizational Development Resource Guide contains solid reference material for any NJTL that wishes to improve the many ways in which they serve their communities.
Arthur Ashe was a top ranked tennis player in the 1960s and 70s. Raised in the segregated South, he was the first African-American male tennis player to win a Grand Slam tournament. He was much more than an athlete though. His commitment to social justice, health and humanitarian issues left a mark on the world as indelible as his tennis was on the court.
The Arthur Ashe Learning Center is proud to promote and expand Arthur Ashe's outstanding legacy through educational programming and exhibits that raise public awareness about his life and values.

Arthur Ashe Kids' Day was back in 2016! 

The annual celebration for the whole family was held Saturday, Aug. 27, at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. 

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