Be a Coach

Inspire Greatness. Become a Coach!

Girls on the Run Vermont relies on the contributions of our amazing volunteer coaches to activate our 10-week after-school program. Coaching is one of the most rewarding ways to get involved and while coaches get to experience the incredible transformations of the girls first-hand, it’s the coaches who say they transformed the most!

You don’t need to be a runner or have previous coach experience to inspire greatness. Coaches come from a wide range of backgrounds – teachers and school staff, parents, community members – all with a desire to help the girls gain a stronger sense of identity and teamwork, greater self-acceptance, and build healthier habits. A minimum of two coaches are needed per team and GOTRVT offers several types of coach positions to accommodate everyone’s schedules and availability.

Register to coach!

Here is a helpful snapshot of all volunteer opportunities available at Girls on the Run Vermont (Click the chart for a larger view):

Register to coach!

Are you a first-time coach? 
So you’re pumped about making a difference and becoming a role model for these girls, but have no clue where to begin. No problem, we’ve got you covered! First,  determine where you’d like to coach at by checking our team list to see which places in your community participate in our program. If your local school, community, or rec center is NOT on the list, encourage them to sign up by applying online!

Ready to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident? 
We cannot wait! —-> Register to coach here

Want to chat more about becoming a coach for the 2018 spring season? We want to hear from you! Email, or call us at…
Northern office: 802-871-5664   |  Central & Southern office: 802-246-1476,

Coach Training
At GOTR we’re committed to equipping our coaches with the skills and knowledge they’ll need to lead their girls down the path to greatness.

Our 2018 winter coach training dates are hot off the press so mark your calendars! **Must be a registered coach in order to attend a training**

Southern Coach Training
Sunday, January 14 at Landmark College in Putney (9a-2p)

Central Coach Training
Sunday, January 21 at Castleton University in Castleton (9a-2p)

Northern Coach Training
Sunday, February 11 at the Champlain Valley Expo in Essex Jct. (9a-2p)

Please direct all questions and inquiries to your regional program coordinator:

Central & Southern – Sarah Levine | 802-246-1476 |
Counties served: Windham, Bennington, Rutland, Windsor, and NH border sites

Northern – Rachel Desautels |802-871-5664 |
Counties served: Addison, Caledonia, Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle, Lamoille, Orange, Orleans, and Washington