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Girls on the Run is a non-profit program that inspires girls in 3rd-8th grade to activate their limi...

Coach/Mentor Girls in 3rd-8th Grade: Inspire Confidence!

September 10th, 2016

Location: 556 S. Fair Oaks Ave. #101-307 Pasadena California 91105
Duration: Multiple Days
First Day : Sep 10, 2016
Last Day: Dec 17, 2016

Girls on the Run is a non-profit program that inspires girls in 3rd-8th grade to activate their limitless potential. Our mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident.  Over the course of 12 weeks girls develop skills to help them navigate their world and establish a lifetime appreciation of healthy relationships and physical fitness. 

Join an awesome team of volunteers leading a small group of girls through our research-based afterschool program which includes dynamic discussions, activities and running games.  

Not a runner? Not a problem! All abilities welcome to serve as a role models empowering girls to boldly pursue their dreams.
We’ll connect you with a team site and time that’s convenient for you. 

You can make a difference and encourage girls to realize their full potential!

Sign up today:

Application, Background Check, and Training Required 

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Time Details

90 minutes once or twice a week
Mon-Fri in the Afternoon Hours

Tags: health, education, mentoring, youth, women, girls, running, fitness, empower, community, 5k

Contact Person: Katie Bradshaw

Contact Email:

Contact Phone Number: 6265904770

Organization: Girls on the Run Los Angeles



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