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Volunteer Opportunity: ITF Senior World Championships

April 29, 2022 - May 14, 2022

Event Information

The ITF Seniors World Championships will be returning to Palm Beach County April 30 – May 14, 2022.  This event features more than 1000 players from 40 different countries participating. 

There are numerous opportunities to assist throughout the two weeks of the tournament.

The matches will be played at various sites in Palm Beach County so whether you play at the Boca area clubs or the Palm Beach Gardens facilities, you will find a site close to you if you would like to be involved.

Volunteers are asked to work at least 16 hours a week during the tournament as it makes it easier to not always have new people arriving to work in certain areas such as the tournament desk and transportation. However, for social activities and the Opening Ceremonies we will gladly take anyone who would like to assist and enjoy meeting all the players. Volunteers who work the required hours will receive two tournament shirts and will of course have access to all matches.

Volunteers Needed: 100

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Trish Faulkner ITF Seniors World Championships, 280 Sedona Way Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418

Please contact Trish Faulkner with any questions. All volunteers will be contacted via email no later than March 30, 2022, to confirm availability. Triosports@aol.com or tennis1gal@gmail.com

For more information, visit the ITF Website

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Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center
5110 117th Court North
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States
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(561) 630-1180
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