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INSPIRE ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM

PROGRAM DETAILS

WHO IS IT FOR?

Girls between the ages of 10-13

WHERE DO THE PROGRAMS RUN?

Programs will be offered across Canada. Please see the Registration page for our active programs for your specific sport

WHEN DO THE PROGRAMS RUN?

Flexible monthly programs, each date with different content and material

 

WHAT DOES EACH SESSION INCLUDE?

  • 4 hour session

    • 3 hours on-court/field

    • 1 hour social

    • Meal and drinks included

  • Inspire Notebook (first time registrants)

  • Inspire T-Shirt - light pink (first time registrants)

 

WHAT IS THE COST?

The program costs $189.00 + tax

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The ‘Inspire Engagement Program’ is a non-competitive, fun-filled program designed to connect girls in sport through an on-court/field and off-court/field monthly program. It is an opportunity to play with girls from different clubs, build friendships, and learn about the pathway they will be taking as athletes. The earlier you get your girls involved in sport, the greater chance they will stick with it through adolescence and adulthood. The program is run by experienced female coaches, along with teenage mentors that will be assisting the coaches and supporting the younger girls. Each session will include three hours of activities, along with a one hour social where we will share a meal and share stories and lessons. The goal is to have each participant leave the program with new friendships, more confidence, role models to look up to, and a love for their sport.

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"The Inspire Engagement Program was an amazing experience for my daughter. She is very shy and by the end of the first session, she had already made friends, which she still has today. The all-female atmosphere, along with the support and empowerment, provided my daughter with the space she needed to succeed. I encourage anyone who has a daughter in tennis to join this program. I will for sure be signing my daughter up again."

Participant's Mother

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