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Girls on the Run Napa & Solano

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Fun, Experiential Learning

Mentor, inspire & lead: Be a Life Coach

Come inspire a young girl to believe in herself and her dreams. You don't have to be a runner to be a positive & healthy role model. Become a life coach and lead engaging life skill discussions and dynamic activities while motivating the girls to run and move it.

A Life Coach:
  1. Co-leads an in -person team of 6 -10 girls, or a virtual team of 6 -12 girls, for 75 minutes, twice or once per week for 8 weeks at any of 40+ local park sites
  2. Shares her authentic, empowered & healthy self
  3. Knows that she makes a difference in a young girls life. "It feels beautiful"

What to do next:

1. Submit an on-line application at www.gotrnapasolano.org/coach
2. Complete LiveScan background check (reimbursable)
3. Complete a half-day of small in-person or virtual training on research proven life skill curriculum
4. Complete online training modules to prepare you for coaching.

You will join a family of women role models who inspire confidence, joy, health & caring for 1,100 girls annually. We offer $500 volunteer stipends per school site to be split between 2 full time volunteers (8 weeks, 2 times a week for 75 minutes per session) or to be split within a team of volunteers. Join & empower girls @gotrnapasolano.org

Thank you for you interest in helping us empower the girls of Napa & Solano Counties!

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About Girls on the Run Napa & Solano


3299 CLAREMONT WAY # 6, NAPA, CA 94558, US

Mission Statement

Girls on the Run Napa & Solano is a healthy empowerment program for young girls. Girls are inspired to be joyful, caring, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based national life skill curriculum which creatively integrates running or just moving it.


The research proven Girls on the Run national curriculum, the Napa & Solano County Girls on the Run reputation as the positive, healthy and fun after-school program for girls and our healthy and enthusiastic women role models are helping Napa and Solano County bridge our educational gap, improve health and promote equality so that #likeagirl is a compliment.

Girls meet twice a week for ten weeks, seventy-five (75) minutes each, after-school. The healthy empowerment program is led by at least two trained, volunteer healthy women role models who creatively weave engaging life skill discussions using the research based international curriculum with fun, experiential games/activities and running or just moving it.

The Girls on the Run girls (ages 8 to 10) learn lessons such as having an attitude of gratitude, expressing feelings in a healthy manner, and knowing real beauty shines from the inside-out. The Heart & Sole (ages 11 to 13) girls learn lessons that focus on the whole child (mind, body, spirit, heart & social) and helps the girls stay resilient, positive and stronger while dealing with the current pressures as they grow into young adults.

All girls experience the sense of achievement by completing a non-competitive 5K and community impact project. Our commitment is to enable all girls, fitness levels, body types, economic status and ethnicity to participate, but in particular, low income and mixed ethnicities girls.

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We'll work with your schedule.


Various Local Parksthroughout Napa & SolanoNapa, CA 94559



  • Coaching
  • Youth Services
  • Mentoring
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Life Coaching
  • Group Facilitation




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training
  • 75 minutes, once or twice a week.
  • Comfortable facilitating positive group dynamics and life skill discussions

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