Inspire Mentorship Program
INSPIRE MENTORSHIP PROGRAM:
HELPING FEMALES FIND THEIR PATHWAY TO SUCCESS THROUGH TENNIS
We believe that through tennis, females can gain valuable life experience in a safe environment. They acquire knowledge in goal setting, discipline, independence, time management, responsibility, and so much more. We have created a collaborative environment that brings young females together to learn, grow, and lead. We believe there are various pathways to success and this program will work with each individual to reach their full potential.
THIS PROGRAM IS FOR YOU IF
You are a female tennis player and have an interest in tennis, and you are looking for a supportive group of like-minded people.
You have goals that you want to achieve, but aren't sure how you'll get there.
You would like to adopt more of a growth mindset.
You are interested in the pathways tennis can bring you, whether it's coaching, university tennis, community tennis, or high performance.
You want to be a part of the next generation of leaders!
1. British Columbia
2. Nationwide - Coming Soon
October 2021-November 2022
October 2021 - December 2021 | Online Only
January 2022 - June 2022 | Online & Live Regroupings
June 2022 | Instructor Certification Testing
July 2022 - August 2022 | Summer Break
September 2022 - November 2022 | Online Only
Online regroupings will take place Sunday evenings and in person regroupings will take place over two weekends (full days).
Detailed program outline will be sent out upon program registration.
The program is broken up with 50% online sessions and 50% in person regroupings with additional development opportunities available to all participants.
Age range: 14 years old - 17 years old
Tennis background OR interest in coaching tennis (part-time or full time)
Varies from province to province.
60 hours of mentoring/training with course leaders both online and in person.
An Inspire Through Sport uniform.
Emerged in our network of coaches and leaders within the tennis community.
Assignments and worksheets that assist individual learning.
Nikki Carnovale, Rachel Gould, and Provincial Leaders.