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Become a Girls on the Run Coach

"Coach" is a good name for you.

Become a Head Coach:

This position is for a volunteer with experience working directly with kids and an awareness of both their shared, and unique needs.  The Head Coach:

      • Works closely with the assistant coaches to facilitate the 7-10 weeks of the curriculum.
      • Coaches 3+ hours per week during the 7-11 week season, falling primarily in the 3:30-5 pm time frame.
      • Attends two practices per week, typically M/W 3:30-5:00 or T/R 3:30-5:00 pm.
      • Attends training that includes a mandatory coaches training, and completing CPR/First Aid certification.

Become an Assistant Coach:

This position is for a volunteer with a strong commitment to kids’ positive development.  The Assistant Coach:

      • Works closely with the head coach to help facilitate the 7-10 weeks of the curriculum.
      • Can attend both practices during the week or once a week; they must make at least a 6 week minimum commitment (we can also cater the commitment to your needs).
      • Coaches 1.5-3 hours per week during the season, falling primarily during the 3:30-5:00 pm time-frame.
      • Attends training that includes a mandatory coaches training, and completing CPR/First Aid certification.

Become a Substitute Coach:

The substitute coach works closely with the each site to help facilitate the 7-10 weeks of the curriculum.  The Substitute Coach:

    • Is required to attend a minimum of 3 practices over the season.
    • This entails 1.5 hours, 3 times during the season, falling during the 3:30-5:00 pm time-frame.
    • Attends training that includes a mandatory coaches training, and completing CPR/First Aid certification.

 

Volunteer as a coach, running buddy, or substitute coach: