NJTL Resources


NJTL Best Practices

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.  



Regional ACE Training

NJTL regional trainings 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 

NJTL Grants


NJTL School Year Equipment Grant


NJTL Summer Equipment Grant


The NJTL Equipment Grant is available at the beginning of school year and summer programming to assist NJTL Chapters with equipment needs in providing programming to their many sites and participants.


Texas NJTL Capacity Building Grant


The 2020 Texas NJTL Capacity Building Grant is offered to the Texas NJTLs focused on evaluating their organization’s structure, non-profit, programming, marketing/communications and diversity & inclusion.

NJTL Coordinator Education Scholarships

Coordinator Education Scholarships are available to NJTL coordinators to attend programming and capacity building training opportunities.  


NJTL Regional Workshop Date TBD


Coordinator Continued Education Assistance Grant

When using USTA and NJTL logos please refer to the guidelines provided by national and the USTA Texas Section. 

NJTL Logos

Online and on-court resources are available to all NJTL Chapters through Net Generation. On-court trainings available upon request. For more information, contact Carlin Murray.

NJTL Essay Contest Resources

We invite your participants to express their thoughts on the impact of tennis and education in their lives. Recipients are invited to New York City for Arthur Ashe Kids Day, a celebration of tennis in an interactive carnival setting at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.  

2020 essay resources coming soon!

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