We rely on the help of generous volunteers to run our tennis & education programs for low-income Twin Cities youth. 

It's simple: without volunteers, TennisWorks wouldn't work. Our programs rely on the collective power of volunteer coaches, mentors, tutors, friends and role models to empower and inspire our students.  

Our volunteers range from junior tennis players to Twin Cities college students to longtime Fred Wells Tennis & Education Center patrons. 

TennisWorks is a big program; we serve around 400 students from 3rd-12th grade every year. It's thanks to the generosity of dozens of volunteers that we can say that. They are the backbone of our after-school, evening and weekend programs, allowing us to offer truly personalized support and guidance to our students. Over the 2016-2017 school year, volunteers gave more than 1000 hours to our education programs--a contribution whose value we estimate at nearly $10,000. 

Our volunteers range from junior players to college students to longtime patrons; some play tennis, others pick up a racquet for the first time along with our TennisWorks students. All we ask of our volunteers is that they come ready to laugh, play, teach and learn. 

For more information on volunteering with our TennisWorks program, contact Judy Long: Judy@fwtec.org

We also have a continuous need for volunteers to help run our Little Stars classes for 5-8 year olds, a position we often fill with high school players from our Junior Program. Interested in volunteering with Little Stars? Contact Junior Program Director Clay: clay@fwtec.org.