GOTR Coach

Coaching a Girls on the Run or Girls on Track program is the most rewarding way to get involved with Girls on the Run. You get to experience the program first hand, feel a sense of accomplishment that you have made a difference in the lives of the girls and have a ton of fun with your team of coaches and incredible girls!

Head Coach

The Head Coach is a volunteer position that works with a team of coaches to facilitate the Girls on the Run or Girls on Track curriculum to program participants. This position works closely with the Northeast Tennessee Council Director and entails approximately 2.5 – 3 hours per week with additional time required on two to three weekend days for: a one day six hour training; a community race event; and for First Aid/CPR training, if necessary. This volunteer position may be used as a service learning project, internship, or other college credit project upon agreement of the college/university and Director.

Please complete the coach application and background checks.  Once completed you will be contact by our Program Manager. 

New Coach Application

Veteran Coach Application

Background Check

Assistant Coach

The Assistant Coach is a volunteer position that assists the Head Coach(s) at a Girls on the Run or Girls on Track program site. The position entails approximately 2.5-3 hours per week for 12 weeks with additional weekend/evening time for coaches training and community event. While the Assistant Coach is not responsible for directly facilitating the Girls on the Run curriculum, they are there to support the Head Coach and program participants in many ways. This volunteer position may be used as a service learning project/high school community service credit project, internship, or other college/high school credit project upon agreement of the school and Director. 

Please complete the assistant coach application and background checks.  Once completed you will be contact by our Program Manager. 

Assistant Coach Application

Background Check

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