Changing lives through tennis.
Nike Tennis Camp
Every year, Nike Tennis Camp offers scholarships for three Hawaii junior players to attend a summer camp at the University of Hawaii. These camps help to improve your technique and learn from the best. Juniors ages 8-13 are encouraged to apply. To learn more about Nike Tennis Camps, visit their website here.
Junior Tennis Champions Center Camp
The Junior Tennis Champions Center (JTCC) offers high-performance junior players a training opportunity with world-class coaches and national-level tournament players from around the country. The camp is located in College Park, Maryland. Each year, three Hawaii juniors will be selected for a one-week camp scholarship including housing, meals and a stipend. To learn more about the JTCC, visit their website here.
Muriel Osborne Hawaii Tennis Award
Muriel Osborne was first ranked #1 in Hawaii in the girls 18 and under division in 1941. She dominated the rankings for the next 40 years in singles, doubles and mixed doubles. When her children were grown, she traveled to the mainland to play in the senior divisions. She won 2 silver balls and earned national rankings with partners Doris Hakman, Lethia Hall and Hattie Somerville. In her memory, the Muriel Osborne Hawaii Women’s Tennis Fund was created to honor past, present and future women tennis players in Hawaii.
Oahu District Tennis Association Youth Tennis Scholarship
The Oahu District Tennis Association (ODTA) offers financial assistance to qualified junior competitors who incur travel expenses to participate in inter-island or mainland competition. Four scholarships are available annually. To learn more about the ODTA, visit their website here.
Access Tennis, formerly known as the Kahiau Foundation, is a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting Hawaii’s youth with tennis. They offer two types of scholarships, the Development Scholarship to support junior competition, and the Play Tennis Scholarship to support program participation.