GEICO GAME ON!
The GEICO Game On! program introduces children ages 5-11 to the sport of tennis through developmental drills, team-building games, and fitness fundamentals, offered two hours per week for eight weeks.
JTCC coaches travel to approximately 15 schools and recreation centers per year. This year’s partner sites include:
Capital City Public Charter School Meridian Public Charter School
Stokes Elementary Takoma Education Center
GEICO provides significant funding for this JTCC Community Impact program as a major supporter of JTCC.
The Mayor’s Office of Latino Affairs (MOLA) provides funds for outreach within DC Latino population schools.
SANDY SPRING BANK
ADVANTAGE PRINCE GEORGE’S
The Sandy Spring Bank Advantage Prince George’s program introduces children ages 5-11 to the sport of tennis through developmental drills, team-building games, and fitness fundamentals operating at approximately 15 schools and recreation centers throughout Prince George’s County, MD.
A 8-week after-school and summer program is offered at no charge to participants at each site one day a week for two hours. Participating sites include:
Bowie Community Center Capitol Heights Elementary
Cora L. Rice Elementary School Gholson Middle School
Largo/Kettering/Perrywood Community Center Seat Pleasant Activity Center
Vansville Community Center
Sandy Spring Bank is a valued partner of JTCC and provides significant funding to underwrite this program.
VIRTUAL TENNIS PROGRAM
During the 2020-2021 school year, JTCC adapted its Neighborhood Youth Outreach programs to a virtual format in order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
During the height of the pandemic, JTCC offered free online 10-week sessions for the GEICO Game On! program in Washington, DC and Sandy Spring Bank Advantage Prince George’s and Police Athletic League in Maryland.
The 45-minute classes introduced youth to the fundamentals of tennis, including stroke development, tennis knowledge, hand-eye coordination and fitness, preparing them for success when they first step on the tennis court. Additionally, participants were offered a tennis racquet and a can of tennis balls at no charge.