1 What are the differences between the overnight, extended day and day camp options?
The overnight option includes a 30+hour tennis program, all meals, housing and tennis activities. The extended day option (typically from 8:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m.) includes a 30+hour tennis program, lunch, dinner, and tennis activities. Campers participate in evening activities. The day camper option (typically from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) includes a 30+hour tennis program and lunch (unless otherwise stated). Some of the non-tennis activities require an additional charge.
2 If I want to go to camp for two or more consecutive weeks can I stay at camp over the weekend(s)? What do we do during the weekend?
Many of our Nike Tennis Camps offer a weekend stayover in between camp sessions. Many of our campers stay for multiple weeks to maximize learning and fun. There is an additional $75 per night for overnight campers who stay for the weekends between consecutive camp sessions. This fee covers room and board charges. Campers staying for weekends between sessions are well supervised and have the option to participate in tennis and off-court activities.
3 What is the difference between a tournament training session and a high school session?
Tournament Training camps are designed for juniors who are currently playing USTA tournaments, ages 11-18. Features include 30 hours per week on court, including intense drilling and competitive matchplay with a focus on strategy, conditioning, and mental toughness. High school sessions are designed for kids ages 13 and older (in high school or going into high school). Whether you are planning to try out, or are already on the team, these additional high school specific camp sessions are for you. High School sessions are limited to kids already in or going into high school, but of various abilities. Tournament Training sessions are designed for kids of a broader age group, but limited to those that are playing competitive tennis and USTA tournaments.
4 I'm interested in working at a Nike Tennis Camp, how do I go about getting a job?
Thank you for your interest in working at a Nike Tennis Camp. Unfortunately, we are not responsible for the hiring out of our offices. The Directors hire their own staff. If you are interested in working at a particular camp location please email us with the location, and a resume and we will forward it to the respective director. If they have openings and feel that you are qualified for the position they will contact you directly.