School Tennis Players Can Coach Anguillan Youth On This Two-Week Service Trip Looking for an exciting way to improve your tennis skills and give back to communities in need? Look no further! Tennis Central Corp, a multidimensional tennis organization based in Washington D.C., has launched a new service trip to Anguilla for middle and high school students. The two-week island immersion is suitable for current or aspiring varsity tennis players who are looking for an enjoyable way to give back. The newly launched experience aims to support the local Anguillan youth tennis players while providing you with a platform for progression in the sport. Voted as the best Caribbean island for three years in a row, Anguilla offers a range of adventurous experiences including snorkeling, kayaking, shopping, and paddleboarding, as well as exotic seafood delicacies. If you wish to embark on the service trip, you will partner with the Anguilla Tennis Association to help provide island youth with summer camp sessions and equipment. You will be granted a total amount of 30 service hours for your work on the island, as well as an additional 20 hours for designing a personal support project before arrival. After assisting locals, you will receive your own high- performance development at a world-class tennis camp. During your daily two-hour training, you will learn from tennis professionals such as celebrity coach and Tennis Central CEO, Yann Auzoux. The service trip's price of $9,997 includes room and board, camp tuition, a 15-day membership to the Anguilla Tennis Club, transportation, 24/7 supervision, day trips, and cultural immersion activities. Tennis Central also offers a parallel service program for parents or caregivers who wish to join the trip. Go to tenniscentralservice.co m for more details.