Interested in becoming a partner?
We are currently taking requests to begin sites for our next season. Please note that GOTR North GA is rapidly expanding and doing our best to accommodate as many new site requests as possible. If you would like to begin the process of starting a new site complete the form below.
How can I start a Girls on the Run site in my neighborhood or school?
Identify a location to host the program. Most of our programs are run at schools, local parks, neighborhood clubs, YMCA’s, or similar venues. The program location is responsible for providing:
Attend Coach Training. All of our coaches are CPR trained and take part in an intensive, day long training session before the program begins. The training seminar is based upon a well-developed and researched curriculum used successfully by local and national GOTR programs.
We require two coaches at each site. Each coach must:
Complete all paperwork. Every program site is provided with a recruitment brochure, sign-up forms, and a letter of agreement which must be signed by the site coordinator. The program site is responsible for:
Have a GREAT program! The program culminates with the running of a 5K (3.1 mile) running event. GOTR North Georgia encourages as much site participation in this event as possible. All are welcome to come out and walk, run, and cheer your girls on!