1 person is interested
Coach - Mentor - Motivator: Girls on the Run (Cupertino, various locations)
1 person is interested
Requirements/Duties of a Coach: Girls on the Run teams will meet after school for 90 minutes 2x each week for 8 weeks, March 14 through May 21. Coaches lead small, closed groups of girls (3rd-8th grades) through an easy-to-use curriculum and supervise/participate in activities that teach life skills. Coaches must be willing to communicate program information to the participants' parents/caregivers and attend the end-of-season 5K event on May 21. All coaches are required to complete online coach training modules and a 2-hour, in-person training session on January 29. Program sites are at schools in Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, and North Monterey counties. Please visit our website at WWW.GOTRSV.ORG for more information.
Girls on the Run is a fun, social-emotional program that uses movement/running as a tool to teach life skills about managing emotions, standing up for self and others, setting goals, building self-confidence, and so much more! The season consists of 16 lessons led by committed, enthusiastic coaches who help the girls to train to run/walk a 5K (3.1 miles) by the end of the season.
Who can coach?
- Coach: Anyone 18 years or older (female or male)
- Junior coach: high school girls, 16-17 years old
- People of all shapes, sizes, physical abilities
- You do NOT need to be a runner/athlete, nor have coaching experience
- All you need is the desire to be a positive role model to young girls!
Looking for coaches in the Los Gatos area for teams at these schools: Daves Avenue, Van Meter, Blossom Hill, Lexington, Lakeside, Loma Prieta
To apply as a Volunteer Coach, visit our website at www.gotrsv.org/coach, and fill out our New Coach Application, or copy and paste this link into your browser:
Questions? Please contact Program Director Denise Pang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Girls on the Run of Silicon Valley
PO Box 510, Los Gatos, CA 95031, US
Girls on the Run is a life-changing, social-emotional learning program for girls in 3rd-8th grade. Our mission is to inspire and empower girls to live joyful, confident, and healthy lives. Our proven, research-based curriculum creatively uses running as a tool to teach life skills that increase confidence, critical-thinking, and conflict-resolution skills.
Girls on the Run of Silicon Valley (GOTRSV) was founded in 2002, the first Girls on the Run council in California. Over the past 19 years, GOTRSV has impacted more than 20,000 girls in Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties.
The Girls on the Run curriculum is one of only three after-school programs recognized by the Harvard Graduate School of Education as a top social-emotional learning (SEL) experience for kids.
Multiple locations Cupertino, CA 95014
November 21, 2021
- Sports Coaching
- Child Development
- Physical Education
- People Skills
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- Coaches will meet with girls twice each week for 90 minutes each lesson, so the weekly commitment is about 4 hours (3 hours of active coaching, plus pre-reading the lesson).
- LiveScan background check, reference checks, coach training modules