You are about to become part of a worldwide movement in empowering girls in your community! 

The Girls Leading Others Wisely (GLOW) program will give every girl an opportunity to be strong, confident and physically fit. GLOW will inspire girls of all ethnic, socio-economic, and cultural backgrounds to be prominent and positive leaders.



*When the word “girl” is used in GLOW, such as in our name, we refer to everyone who identifies as female.  Our goal is to use gender-inclusive language; however, there are times when the word “girl” is used, such as when referring to research specific to females or when quoting someone.

Become a GLOW Leader/Facilitator Today!


By becoming a GLOW Facilitator you will help girls become aware of their strengths and provide them with the tools fundamental to prominent leadership.


The GLOW program integrates and cultivates integrity, self-worth, honesty, pride, and responsibility. 


The GLOW Leader/Facilitator Guides and the Online GLOW Leader/Facilitator Training Videos provide everything you need to offer your own GLOW program and impact the lives of the girls in your community in person or virtually.


Our user-friendly guides contain step-by-step instructions on engaging a GLOW group through discussions and creative art/movement activities.


The GLOW program is easily adaptable to your own unique setting by including a GLOW CIRCLE with fitness or without the fitness component.


GLOW Leader Guide


GLOW Leader Video Training

Start facilitating the GLOW program in your community!


We have 9 themes to choose from, choose one or purchase all nine themes.  Each class is 1.5 hours and run once a week for eight weeks.  Each theme is completely different allowing girls to take many consecutive GLOW sessions. 


Each 60 to 90 minute class includes:

  • Our GLOW Circle time provides a safe place for girls to share their opinions and feelings 
  • A nutritious snack
  • Exposure to fun, creative fitness activities to promote the benefits of daily physical exercise
  • Coaching to set and work toward their personal goals

The programs can be offered in your community or in your school during the lunch hour, after school or as part of the Health class curriculum and, most recently, a virtual GLOW program can be offered.







GLOW Theme Guides



Our flagship program theme and suggested theme to launch the program. Girls learn who they are and to be proud of both their strengths as well as their areas of growth.  They also learn about their superpowers and how to stay true to their values.  It's all about their Social Emotional Well-Being.


Developing friendships is the focus of this theme.  Girls evaluate what makes a healthy vs. unhealthy relationship.  Reasons why friendships end is presented and discussed.


GLOW girls learn about media’s influence on how they view their bodies and have discussions about puberty-based body changes.


Girls experiment with six GLOW values to better understand their views and feelings associated with them.


This new theme focuses on self care and resilience. The topics covered will develop skills that build resilience so that no matter what life throws at us, we will have the knowledge and tools to cope and care for ourselves during difficult times. This theme, written for girls 13 and up, includes discussions and activities on self-compassion, self care, self-talk and thought patterns, gratitude, body image, empowerment, and leadership.   


This is an ideal theme to run on it's own or after the Taking Care of Yourself Theme.     


This theme focuses on learning what self-talk is, identifying the negative varieties and replacing them with positive powerful ones.


Girls learn different decision making strategies and practice applying them with real life challenges. 


A project-based theme where GLOW girls connect with the community.


This theme encouraging girls to think more deeply about taking a more conscious role in their futures by focusing on what is important to them.  Guiding girls how to take care of their whole self, their mind, body and soul is an important part of this process.  An introduction to topics that educate and encourage healthy decision-making.  


The focus of this 8 week session is on taking care of your whole self.

  • Taking care of your body:  taking care of yourself physically, what you eat, exercise, the relationship you have with your body, body image, and how media impacts our body image
  • Taking care of your mind:  planning for the future, intro to self-talk
  • Taking care of your heart:  taking care of yourself emotionally and in relationships.  Learning the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships.
  • Taking care of your soul:  being true to yourself.  Considering which interests and values are important to you.



As an educator, coach, social worker, counsellor, or other professional that has devoted their career to shaping young minds, you know the immediate need to access resources and training. The GLOW program was created in 2006 as an in-person program, but we have adapted our training as well as hosting a program online.

Start facilitating the GLOW program in your community today!