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Please Pass the Love Therapeutic Outreach Coordinator

Please Pass the Love is a nationally award-winning organization for their work in school mental health. Our vision and mission is to empower school communities to embrace and sustain mental health and wellness supports by providing evidence based and culturally responsive strategies through: education, leadership, and advocacy. 

Job Description

We are very excited to expand our staff for a new full-time position designed to support an online school mental health workforce development course for high school students and facilitate therapeutic support groups for students, staff and parents. This position is .6 FTE online workforce development course and .4 FTE therapeutic support groups.   This highly collaborative position works with many statewide stakeholders and reports to the Executive Director.


  • Recruit school mental health stakeholders and facilitate development of online school mental health workforce development course

  • Communicate to stakeholders

  • Work with school districts and youth to pilot and launch online modules and course

  • Collaborate with educational technology professionals to plan, design and build online content

  • Collect data and feedback to drive decision making

  • Attend statewide, regional, and local meetings regarding school mental health on behalf of PPTL

  • Organize planning meetings with stakeholders and manage follow up

  • Organize and facilitate online and in-person therapeutic support groups for students, staff, and families

  • Manage skill building groups in partnership with universities and graduate clinical students

  • Collaborate and consult with PPTL program directors using mental health expertise

  • Present at conferences and meetings locally, statewide, and nationally

  • Demonstrate professional conduct at all times.

  • Perform other related duties as requested.



  • Required licensed mental health professional

  • Preferred experience with online course design and educational technology

  • Leadership experience

  • Strong background and understanding of how racial & cultural equity, intersectionality, and social justice relate to mental health. 

  • Strong writing skills including professional reports

  • Creative, self-motivated, and desire to build strong relationships with collaborative partners to advance school mental health



  • $55,000 with fully paid individual medical, dental, and vision insurance

  • Paid professional development opportunities

  • Paid mileage and travel expenses

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