The Summit and Berkeley Heights YMCA is once again partnering with Girls on the Run NJ East this fall to bring a quality running and esteem building program to the Summit Area for girls of all ages. Imagine the satisfaction and reward in helping not just one girl but 15 or more, gain a stronger sense of identity, greater self-acceptance, a healthier body and an understanding of what it means to be part of a team. The Girls on the Run of NJ is looking for dynamic, active women to coach the fall 2011 program in the Summit and Berkeley Heights. No experience is needed. Coaching is a commitment of 1 hour and 15 minutes, 2 times a week for 10 weeks beginning in early September and ending in mid-November. All coaches are trained to deliver a comprehensive curriculum. Visit www.girlsontherunnj.org and click on Volunteer to read more about coaching requirements and to download a volunteer questionnaire. Fall coach training will be held in late August For more information call 609-924-2738 or email Girls on the Run NJ at email@example.com. Our YMCA is one of the area’s largest charitable organizations. Thanks to the generosity of donors, we make financial assistance available to help pay for membership or program fees. If you need assistance, ask any staff person. If you can help us help others, donate online at www.theSAY.org
Coaches Needed for Girls on the Run Program
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