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Become a Go Girls Mentor

Volunteer with our Go Girls! group mentoring program and help
young girls learn to embrace physical activity and balanced
eating and boost their self-esteem!


STEP 1 - Confirm you meet the Go Girls! qualifications

    • Ages 19-30
    • Canadian resident for the past year (or able to provide an International Criminal Records Check).
    • Able to commit to facilitating an 8 week Go Girls term in a Burnaby, Coquitlam, Surrey or Vancouver school (3 hours/wk).
    • Available on a least one weekday every week between the hours of 2:30pm and 5:30pm.
    • Enthusiastic, caring, energetic, and passionate about healthy living.
    • Interested in helping girls, ages 11-14, learn about active living, healthy eating, and feeling good about themselves!

STEP 2 - "BIG Intro for Go Girls Volunteers" Slides

Read through this short slide show about becoming a Go Girls mentor.
Go Girls Big Intro

 

STEP 3 - Application & Criminal Records Check

Download, complete and submit a Go Girls Application. Instructions and forms for initiating your Criminal Records Check are inside the application. Be sure to download the application, which will allow you to save your work and email to Big Sisters. 

STEP 4 - Interview & Training

Once we receive your application we'll contact you to schedule you for an interview with one of our caseworkers and register you for a Go Girls Training Session (held three times per year). 

STEP 5 - Meet Your Go Girls! Group

Once your application is accepted, we'll work to place you and another Go Girls mentor in a Burnaby, Coquitlam, Surrey or Vancouver school for a Winter, Spring, or Fall Go Girls term. Once you begin your sessions, your caseworker will provide you with on-going support.


Questions?

 We Value Diversity

 

Big Sisters welcomes the participation of women of any race, culture, religion, sexual orientation, or ability. 

Big Sisters welcomes the participation of women of any race, culture, religion, sexual orientation, or ability.