NJTL National Student Athlete Competition - APPLICATION STILL OPEN

NJTL National Student Athlete Competition
Application for 2012-2013 Competition Year

Deadline: Friday, August 31, 2012

About the NJTL National Student Athlete Competition
The NJTL National Student Athlete Competition (NJTL NSAC) is an annual, 12-month competition whereby children in 5th – 12th grade compete for $79,000 in college scholarships.

Children earn points by turning in copies of their school report cards and by playing USTA-sanctioned tournaments. To compete in the upcoming competition year which runs from August 16, 2012 – August 15, 2013, the NJTL Chapter must complete the following application and be selected.

NJTL Chapter Expectations (all submitted via NJTL’s Automated Tracking System) 
 - At start of competition year, provide Roster of participating children 
 - Each month, report any changes to Roster
 - Each quarter, collect and record participating children’s report cards

NJTL Youth Participant Expectations
 - Provide USTA Membership # at start of competition year for each participant
 - Provide school report cards four times per year

Application Criteria
 -
Be a registered NJTL Chapter 
 - Provide high quality, year-round programming 


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2) NJTL Mailing Address

3) NJTL Executive Director (or President/CEO, NJTL NSAC contact, etc.)

4) Total # of program weeks projected in 2012 that will compete in the NJTL National Student Athlete Competition (select one)






5) Total # of youth participants that you project will engage in NJTL National Student Athlete Competition in 2012 (select one)






6) Types of Tennis Programming that will be offered in 2012 (check all that apply)












7) Types of Education/Life Skills Programming that will be offered in 2012 (check at that apply)












Thank you for applying for the 2012-2013 NJTL National Student Athlete Competition  -your application has been received. 

For more information, contact China Fanning at fanning@usta.com



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