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Careers with the Ryan Bartel Foundation

Mental Wellness Program Manager, Part-time

Ryan Bartel Foundation, a 501.c.3 non-profit located in Loudoun County, VA, needs a compassionate, energetic, and enthusiastic team member for 20-30 hours per week with a focus on positive mental health to help plan, support, and facilitate our mental wellness programs designed for teens and adults. The Program Manager will report directly to the Program Director to meet programmatic goals and objectives set forth by the Foundation’s strategic plan. This is a dynamic position, and each day will bring new responsibilities, challenges, and opportunities. During the assigned hours, the Program Manager will: • Plan and lead or co-lead in-person or virtual programs for teens primarily on the weekend, after school, or in the evening • Provide training to community partners • Lead or assist in teen support groups • Gather and analyze program data and document trends • Create program status reports and presentations • Participate in community events RESPONSIBILITIES: • Create, implement, and facilitate activities for Foundation programs • Scout and secure space for Foundation Programs • Master the Foundation’s CRM system to create specific program registration forms. • Manage the program registration process to ensure maximum attendance • Implement program evaluation methods, including surveys and focus groups • Monitor program outcomes, conducting and analyzing data to ensure they align with strategic plan and grant goals • Create reporting of all measurable data points and program goals that align with grants and the strategic plan, maintaining weekly dashboards and monthly reports • Attend training as needed to stay up-to-date and relevant within the mental health and suicide prevention space • Stay up to date on research, studies related to mental wellness, and youth suicide prevention • Successfully operate within an established program budget and timeframe • Perform administrative duties, assist with event planning and other projects as needed QUALIFICATIONS: • Minimum bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, human services, psychology, behavioral health, or related field with 5 years of post-graduate, direct work experience in the nonprofit, education, or mental health sector. • Ideally, a master’s degree plus at least three years’ work experience in the same or related fields. • Must have demonstrated in-person experience working with teens/young adults in group settings • Must have experience in planning, coordinating, and delivering youth mental wellness programs CHARACTERISTICS: • Passionate about mental wellness, especially in our teen population • Energetic and positive, especially when facilitating teen programs • Excellent Communicator - verbal, written, presentation, training, and communication skills • Good analytical skills; ability to review data and gather insights for improving program delivery • Self-Starter; comfortable working from home and able to take initiative to work autonomously and responsibly. • Client Focused; excellent client and community service delivery • Detailed-oriented, consistent with follow-up and attention to detail • Tech savvy; proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PPT) and Google Products and quick learner on other platforms, especially CRM platforms • Flexible; available to deliver/facilitate programs during after-school, evenings, and weekends in person in Loudoun County, VA and surrounding area. • Ability to travel to various community locations, in and around Loudoun and neighboring counties, schools, and other local organizations as required • Able to pass a background check NOTE: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job. You will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by the Foundation's overall operational objectives. All candidates, including BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, persons of any gender identity, and people of diverse backgrounds, are encouraged to apply. RBF is committed to a diverse workplace and to supporting its staff with ongoing career development opportunities. Ryan Bartel Foundation ( is a growing non-profit located in Loudoun County, Virginia, whose mission is to prevent youth suicide through awareness, upstream educational programs, and activities that support and empower youth, families, and the community at large. Foundation programs are focused on building acceptance, connection, resiliency, and hope. Contact Val Walters at:

Program Intern

Program intern will learn both project and program skills. You will report directly to the Executive Director and get firsthand experience in how a non-profit operates. You’ll work with one or more of the following programs, including The FORT, FORTitude Teen Meet up, FORTitude Workshops, FORTitude Parental Panels. At times, you may be asked to support the Communications Manager. RESPONSIBILITIES: Interns work on a variety of projects such as program development and delivery, grants research, and fundraising projects. Some of the common skills required include:  • Administrative and data entry support • Assisting with virtual and in-person event planning and coordination • Design/creative projects • Communications, outreach, and marketing support • Data collection and evaluation • Assisting program facilitation with teens • Other duties may be assigned as needed​ QUALIFICATIONS: • High School graduate • Excellent writing, email etiquette, editing skills • Ability to work in a flexible environment • Superior communication and interpersonal skills • Detail-oriented, well-organized, and reliable • Able to work independently and take initiative • Basic knowledge of Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and Zoom • Excellent technical skills and social media savvy • Desirable but not required skills: - Experience setting up zoom meetings - Video editing experience  - Student leadership experience Contact Val Walters at

Marketing & Communications Intern

Marketing Interns will gain hands-on experience in nonprofit marketing operations including social media, content marketing, email marketing, special event planning and fundraising. Responsibilities may include: • Creating marketing content including flyers, social media posts, videos, etc. • Assisting with communications materials by researching studies and statistics • Identifying outlets to share programs and events • Supporting alliances with other organizations • Collaborating with Foundation leadership, volunteers and clients • General Foundation assistance as defined by the Marketing Manager​ Relevant majors include: Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations, Journalism, Business, Communications, Design and related fields.​ The Ryan Bartel Foundation works closely with each intern to customize the internship experience to help students excel in their chosen field of study. Hours and internship parameters are flexible. Occasional evening and weekend hours may be required.​ We seek interns who are empathetic towards young people with mental health and wellness challenges and who are willing to wear many hats to help out the nonprofit wherever needed. ​ No prior experience necessary and Ryan Bartel Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Contact Val Walters at

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