If you're looking to join our team, please start by reviewing the job description below.
At Ribbon, we are a team of driven individuals committed to our mission and meeting the needs of our constituents. We operate in a fast-paced environment that values innovation and adaptability. Our team members are empowered to embrace change and push beyond the boundaries of what's possible in their roles. This drive for quality and impact is an essential aspect of our work culture that enables each team member to reach their full potential and contribute to our collective success.
Our expectations of all team members include working independently, in teams, and with partners while quickly adapting to unexpected work opportunities or changes. We also expect team members to lead and support work on multiple assignments within their areas of expertise. We value communication, transparency, and accountability when faced with work concerns and challenges.
We welcome you to join us on this exciting journey where your ideas can shape the future and drive positive change at Ribbon.
We currently have four positions. Review the job descriptions below:
Sr. Program Associate (Remote option)
Ryan White Program Manager (Largo, MD Office)
Administrative Associate (Largo, MD Office)
EPIC Program Associate (Remote option)
Once you have reviewed the job descriptions, click here to apply.
Ribbon is looking for a Program Intern.
The Program Internship will give candidates experience with Non-profit management and other business functions. Candidates must be highly organized, detail-oriented, have good computer skills, strong written and oral communication skills, and the ability to work remotely. Additionally, learning the inner workings of a non-profit through community engagement and planning. You must be great to be a team player and willing to vocalize what you want to get out of this internship so staff will be able to create a valuable experience tailored to your professional desires.
If you can connect with our mission and vision and want to gain experience on a team that appreciates your work, time, and you as a person. Feel free to apply below! We would love to consider you!
This is a remote position with an opportunity for growth.
Number of internship oppertunotes available - Two (2)
Experience with scheduling & organizing
Ability to communicate verbally and written
A passion to impact persons living with chronic diseases lives!
telecommunication to meetings
Being a residents of the Washington DC metropolitan area is a plus!
Ribbon interns commit to working remotely 10-15 hours per week, for a minimum of six months. Ribbon works with selected candidates to determine the hours and schedule that best meets the need of Ribbon and the intern(s). Extending the internship longer than the six-month commitment is possible. Students applying for this internship should be pursuing studies in Social Work, Human Services, Business Management, and Community Relations, or related fields.
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Ribbon is looking for a Policy Intern.
The Policy intern will assist the policy team in the research and writing of publications, including easy-to-read fact sheets, policy briefs, and/or state Legislative and budget updates. Some examples of publications will be Fact Sheets, Health Information , and Medicare and Health for Aging topics.
Internship duties and responsibilities may include:
Researching and writing publications on Ribbon’s policy priority topics;
Participating in policy-team and staff meetings; Contributing to the development of comprehensive and organized resource library on health care and health policy resources; Communicating internally and with external partners on policy research topics; and, Social media tracking of articles on health care, health policy, and partner organization events and publications. Contributing to t comprehensive and organized resource library on health care and health policy resources;
Ribbon Policy interns can expect:
Ownership to writing of at least one Ribbon publications, depending on Ribbon's policy needs; Education and guidance on the federal, state and local Legislative and Budget processes; Opportunities to contribute to Ribbon’s policy priorities and goals;
Professional development opportunities, including, but not limited to:
Planning and executing presentations on research and ideas;
Attending health policy conferences; Engaging with health stakeholders; and,
Networking with state-wide and national health policy experts.
Applicants must be actively enrolled in a graduate program;
Interest and experience in health or public policy research;
Passionate about ITUP’s mission and vision;
Excellent writing, research and communication skills;
Strong interpersonal skills, professional work ethic, and reliability;
Ribbon interns commit to working remotely 10-15 hours per week, for a minimum of six months. Ribbon works with selected candidates to determine the hours and schedule that best meets the need of Ribbon and the intern(s). Extending the internship longer than the six-month commitment is possible.
Qualifications Internship will require 15-20 hours per week, for a minimum of six months (extending the internship longer than the six-month commitment is possible).Schedule is flexible based on the intern's schedule during the academic year. The internship is mostly remote but some in-person time my be requested. Students applying for this internship should be pursuing graduate studies in Political Science, Public Health, Public Policy, Health Policy & Management, Marketing, Public Affairs, Public and Community Relations, or related fields.
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If you're interested in interning at Ribbon, start by applying here and attaching your resume.