MYS Job Posting - Part-Time Accounting Associate
Part-time Accounting Associate - Click on link above to apply.

McLean Youth Soccer is seeking an experienced part-time Accounting Associate to assist the Finance Director in managing day-to-day accounting and finance functions of the club. This is a salaried, flexible, work from home position, with occasional local travel. Advanced skills in QuickBooks, excellent organizational skills, and attention to detail are required qualifications for this position. The ideal candidate is a quick learner, reliable and is committed to consistently meeting deadlines.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Responsible for managing the day-to-day cash transactions for all cash accounts to include managing bank feeds, proper classifying of transactions and bank reconciliations.
  • Pay vendor invoices and create check requests.
  • Manage monthly revenue allocation.
  • Manage annual 1099 process.
  • Manage all MYS team accounts activities
  • Assist with monthly closes, prepare journal entries, and other tasks as needed.
  • Assist with Payroll and H/R duties as needed.

Skills Required:

  • Associates Degree in Accounting or related field.
  • Three years experience working as an accountant.
  • Strong knowledge of accepted accounting principles.
  • Extensive experience with data entry, record keeping and computer operation.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel and QuickBooks and the ability to learn new systems quickly.

Additional Qualifications:

  • Must be available to work up to 25 hrs/week during regular business hours and with minimal supervision.401K offered

Pack the Park! MYS Night at Marymount vs Neumann Game Oct 16

Pack the Park with Marymount University Men's Soccer team as they take on Neumann University on Oct 16 at 7pm at Long Bridge Park in Arlington. This official McLean Youth Soccer night game is free for all MYS members. Additionally, we have several youth experiences for a few lucky MYS players.

Please fill out this FORM to sign up for the experiences that your child would like to participate in, and please note certain experiences have age limitations, so please only sign up for the ones that your child qualifies for.

**If you have more than one child please fill out one form PER child.

You will be notified via email one week before the game and instructions will be sent in regards to where to bring your child for drop off and pick up.

MYS & Max Cure Foundation Partner to Fight Juvenille Cancer
Posted Sep 10, 2019

Gold Laces & Socks Fundraiser

This September, in recognition of National Childhood Cancer Awareness month, MYS is once again supporting the Max Cure Foundation and its mission to fight childhood cancer by selling gold shoe laces and socks. Gold is the official color for childhood cancer awareness.  Max Cure's mission includes funding translational childhood cancer research, providing monthly and emergency financial assistance to low income, military and first responder families with a child in active cancer treatment, and advocating for awareness and policy change for children with cancer.  Max Cure has funded over $1.6 million in childhood cancer research grants nationwide and internationally; provided over $770,000 directly to families experiencing financial struggles while their child is in active treatment; and given over $40,000 to support psychosocial programs at children's hospitals.  Max Cure currently supports 38 families nationwide, including 2 in the Washington Metro Area.  Funds raised by this MYS campaign will be used to increase the number of families Max Cure helps support here locally.

The Max Cure Foundation is led by Executive Director Jonathan Agin.  Jonathan has two sons who play in our MYS recrecation program and has coached for MYS for several years, including one of the U11 boys spring season All Stars teams.  Jonathan lost his daughter Alexis Agin in January 2011, two weeks shy of her 4th birthday, to a terminal and inoperable brain tumor.

MYS will be offering a bundle for our players to show their support for $20 that includes:

1. Gold & Black Colored Socks 
2. Gold Shoes Laces
3. Gold Sweetspot

To order yours today, please CLICK HERE. On the registration page select TRAININGS, then MAX CURE FOUNDATION and then FALL 2019 BUNDLE ORDER. Or if your team would like to place a bulk order, fill out this FORM and mail one check to MYS, P.O. Box 724, McLean, VA 22101. Once your order is ready you will be notified by email and can pick up your bundle at PJs located at 7500 Leesburg Pike in Falls Church.

All proceeds from the sale of the bundles will go directly to the Max Cure Foundation.

Loudoun United FC Game - Sept 28

Join the Max Cure Foundation, Team Mathias, & Loudoun United FC for a match against Childhood Cancer. $5 from every ticket sold will go toward the Max Cure Foundation and Team Mathias.


Additionally, pledge for or against Max Cure Foundation's Jonathan Agin as he has the chance to line up against one of the Loudoun United goalkeepers for 10 penalty shots. Each shot on goal represents an opportunity to support the fight against childhood cancer. How many shots do you think Jonathan can make out of 10 or miss out of 10? Make a pledge for each shot he takes.

More information on the match can be found HERE.

MYS Night - September 14 - Washington Spirit vs Reign FC

McLean Youth Soccer Night is September 14th at Audi Field as the Washington Spirit take on Reign FC featuring Megan Rapinoe and Allie Long! Let's support Rose Lavelle, Mallory Pugh, former MYS player Andi Sullivan and the entire Spirit team! For discounted tickets, click HERE and use promo code MCLEAN.

MYS 2019 Annual General Meeting

MYS held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on June 4th. Executive Director, Louise Waxler presented a recap of the club's successes and progress during the 2018-2019 season. Recreation Coach of the Year awards were presented by Recreation Director Haytham Mansur, Board Member Susan Mrachek, and Board Chair Kirk Robertson to the following coaches:

U6-U8 Boys: David Cummins
U6-U8 Girls: Amy O'Quinn
U9-U12 Boys: Afshin Pashai
U9-U12 Girls: Chris Paquette
U13 and older Boys: Jason Steinbaum
U13 and older Girls: Matt Olson

Leidos representatives, Director of Marketing and Communication Melissa Koskovich and Director of Corporate Social Responsibiltiy and Community Relations Mike Coogan, were presented with the MYS award for Community Appreciation. New Board of Director members Nancy McGuire Choi, Karen Gibian and Elizabeth Kaplan were elected and out-going Chair Kirk Robertson and members James Socas and Whitney Bergendahl were thanked for their service to the club.

To view the presentation in its entirety please click on the link below:

MYS 2019 Annual General Meeting Presentation

Pictured above - Fairfax County Supervisor, John Foust; Leidos Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Community Relations, Mike Coogan; Leidos Director of Communications and Marketing, Melissa Koskovich; MYS Executive Director, Louise Waxler; MYS Board of Directors Chair, Kirk Robertson; and dedicated recreation players in attendance for the awards.

MYS 2019 Annual General Meeting Announcement

The McLean Youth Soccer (MYS) Board of Directors invites you to the 2019 MYS Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday, June 4th, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm, at the McLean Government Center, 1437 Balls Hill Road (located next to the Police Field).

The meeting will include:

  • Approval of the Minutes from 2018 AGM
  • MYS Year in Review for 2018-19 year
  • Recreational Coaches of the Year awards
  • Board nominations and election

Please see the MYS Nominating Committee Chair's memorandum to the MYS membership regarding the slate of candidates for the Board which will be considered and voted on at the June 4th AGM, which is below.

Best regards,

Kirk Robertson
Chairman, Board of Directors
McLean Youth Soccer

To: McLean Youth Soccer Membership
From: McLean Youth Soccer Vice Chair

I am pleased to present the slate of candidates for two year terms to the MYS Board of Directors that has been approved by the Board's Nominating Committee and by the Board of Directors. The slate will be presented to the MYS membership for a vote at the upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Tuesday, June 4th.

The Nomination Committee and Board recommend Nancy McGuire Choi, Karen Gibian, and Elizabeth Kaplan for election as new Directors for a 2-year term.

Nancy McGuire Choi
Nancy McGuire Choi currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer with Polaris, an award-winning nonprofit that uses data-driven strategies to disrupt and prevent human trafficking. Nancy grew up playing soccer in Massachusetts and from her experience learned early lessons in leadership, what it means to be a good teammate, how to train to win and to learn from losses, and much more. As a parent now, she sees the role soccer is starting to play for her daughters - the joys of learning new skills, gaining confidence in their abilities, and the simple pleasure of being out on the field playing a fun game with their friends. Nancy feels a strong connection to the sport and has a desire to ensure the best possible experience for MYS soccer players. Nancy has been a volunteer recreation coach with MYS for several years, has two daughters who play soccer with MYS, and has experience with MYS Recreation and Juniors programs. Nancy brings the following experience and skills to the Board: Non-profit; Board & Governance; Strategic Planning; Innovative Thinking; Design Thinking; Diversity, Equity & Inclusion; and Data Analytics. If elected to serve on the Board, Nancy is interested in helping with data-driven analysis & decision making, communications, Recreation coach support, and increasing volunteer coaches & female role models in the club.
Karen Gibian
Karen Gibian currently serves as the Associate General Counsel of Tax Law at the Investment Company Institute. Karen has been involved with MYS for the past six years, has two daughters who play soccer with MYS, and has experience with MYS Recreation, Juniors, and Travel programs. Karen has contributed to MYS and her local community in many ways through numerous volunteer and leadership efforts, including but not limited to: MYS volunteer recreation coach; travel team treasurer and team admin; multiple MYS Board Committees; Homeowners Association Treasurer; and Trusteeship Committee Member and Girls on the Run Head Coach at The Langley School. Karen brings the following experience and skills to the Board: Volunteerism, Board & Governance; Tax Law; Public Speaking; Objective and Open-Minded; Listening and Problem Solving; Consensus Building; Decision Making; Analytical Skills; Diversity & Inclusion. If elected to serve on the Board, Karen is interested in helping with improving the sense of community among all recreation and travel families, improving fields available for recreation teams, and encouraging and retaining more girls to play the sport of soccer.
Elizabeth Kaplan
Elizabeth Kaplan has been involved with MYS for the past eight years. She feels youth athletics, including soccer, provide benefits to youth, their families and the community at large. Elizabeth and her family have gained fulfilling experiences and relationships from their long term experience with MYS and the MYS Travel and ECNL programs, so she would like to give back to the organization and its members. In addition to volunteering with MYS, Elizabeth has served on the Board of Governors of Kenwood Country Club for the past six years. She has also served as PTA Secretary at their local elementary school, and next year will serve as the Communications Chair of the Parents' Association at St. Albans School. Especially meaningful to Elizabeth, she currently serves as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and has been appointed by the Montgomery County Circuit Court to represent the best interests of a teenager who has been removed from their home due to abuse or neglect. Elizabeth brings the following experience and skills to the Board: Volunteerism, Board & Governance; Retired securities regulation lawyer; Innovative ideas and forward-thinking; Analytical and organizational skills. If elected to serve on the Board, Elizabeth is interested in helping with the challenges of cost barriers for ECNL, training and support for the MYS Recreation program and its volunteer coaches, and establishing mentorship opportunities.

The following Directors are completing their 2-year term and are eligible to serve again. The Nominating Committee and Board recommends these candidates for re-election for a 2-year term: Michael Dalakis and Brian Luwis.

The following Directors are not up for re-election and will continue serving their term on the Board: Bryan Judd, Michael Kunz, Laura Mattis, Susan Mrachek, and Michele Reing.

We thank Whitney Bergendahl, Kirk Robertson, and James Socas for their service on the MYS Board of Directors. Whitney served one 2-year term, and both Kirk and James served two 2-year terms so are not eligible for re-election. We are so thankful for their many years of service and contributions to MYS.

Thank you to all who volunteer and participate in the many and various MYS programs. We welcome all members to attend the upcoming Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, June 4th!

Laura Mattis
MYS Board of Directors Vice Chair
McLean Youth Soccer

Fundraising Success for Max Cure Foundation

This year, MYS expanded its fundraising efforts to support Childhood Cancer Awareness month in September. The proceeds from the sales of Gold socks and laces will benefit Max Cure - a local group founded by an MYS coach which supports local residents. Many teams purchased their gold socks and laces to wear during practices and games. We are so proud of our teams' efforts in raising $1200!

"On behalf of the Max Cure Foundation, we wish to express our sincere appreciation to McLean Youth Soccer and all the families that participated in raising money this past September in connection with childhood cancer awareness month. As part of our mission, Max Cure utilizes funds to directly support families with a child in active treatment for cancer while experiencing financial difficulties. MYS' support will provide Max Cure the ability to help support more families in the greater Washington, DC Metropolitan area in an effort to ease some of the financial burdens experienced as a result of having a child diagnosed with cancer. Max Cure has now provided in excess of $700,000 to over 150 families." ~ Jonathan Agin, Max Cure Director

leidos Sponsors McLean Youth Soccer

McLean Youth Soccer is pleased to announce a sponsorship with Leidos Incorporated, a leading technology company headquartered in Reston, Virginia. Founded in 1969, Leidos landed their first long term client the following year, the Defense Nuclear Agency, and has since worked with several government and civil agencies. Since coming under the leadership of Robert Krone in 2014, Leidos has expanded to more than 32,000 employees worldwide. One of their most recent awards was being ranked the #1 government contracting business in 2017 by

As a science and technology solutions company, Leidos looks to provide answers to some of the biggest problems in the world pertaining to national security, health and engineering. Leidos mission is to, "make the world safer, healthier, and more efficient through information technology, engineering, and science." Leidos also has a proud history of helping to support veterans and their families as over 21% of Leidos employees are veterans.

Those familiar with the Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. sports scene may recognize the Leidos name. They have been partners with D.C. United since 2014. Leidos also has sponsorship ties with The Wizards, The Capitals, The Mystics and Leidos Field in Aberdeen, Maryland.

Leidos commitment to the sports world has extended beyond the realm of professional sports. McLean Youth Soccer is proud to announce that Leidos will now be the official jersey front sponsor of our Recreation program for the next two years! We know that our coaches and players will thrive with help from Leidos.

"We love supporting organizations in the communities where we live and work - especially those geared toward helping position future generations for success and healthy lifestyles," said Roger Krone, Leidos Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "This sponsorship will help us inspire local youth who may one day help us solve the tough challenges of tomorrow."

"McLean Youth Soccer is grateful to have been given the opportunity to partner with Leidos joining other prestigious sports organizations in the metropolitan D.C. area. We look forward to being associated with a great company that recognizes the value of our brand and to bring the Leidos story to the MYS membership," said Louise Waxler, MYS Executive Director.

Mars, Inc Becomes Sponsor of McLean Youth Soccer

McLean Youth Soccer announced today a partnership with Mars Incorporated, the 6th largest privately held company in the United States by Forbes. More than 100 years ago, Frank C. Mars started making candies in his Takoma, Washington kitchen. From that simple beginning, his son Forrest built Mars into the mature company it is today, first by creating the MILKY WAY® bar with his father and later by expanding the business overseas and diversifying into new categories like pet care and food. Today, the Mars family of Associates is more than 100,000 strong in over 80 countries around the world. Through all that growth, they have remained a private, family-owned business, headquartered in McLean, Virginia.

"I am delighted that we have been given the opportunity to partner with such a prestigious company - Mars Incorporated," said Louise Waxler, Executive Director of McLean Youth Soccer. Our partnership with Mars provides us with the opportunity to provide additional financial resources to our need-based players ensuring they are given the opportunity to participate in McLean Youth Soccer. In addition, this partnership will elevate the MYS brand at the local, regional and national levels of the youth game."

The Mars logo will appear on the official MYS uniform jersey of all competitive teams between the ages of 13-19 effective January 2018.

Fundraising Effort for Lombardi Cancer Center
McLean Youth Soccer leaders and players presented the Georgetown University Lombardi Cancer Center with a check for $2000.00 as a result of a fundraising effort held by the club and supported by its players during the month of October. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, MYS teams purchased sets of pink socks and laces and sported them during the month of October!
"Georgetown's Lombardi Cancer Center seeks to prevent, treat, and cure cancers by linking scientific discovery, expert and compassionate patient care, quality education, and partnership with the community; guided by the principle of cura personalis, "care for the whole person. The McLean Youth Soccer club's fundraising efforts will allow us to continue our lifesaving mission in the Washington, DC area," states Justine Weissenborn, Director of Development for the Center.
"There may be no more a terrifying moment in a woman's life than being diagnosed with breast cancer. It's a disease that affects everyone in a women's life with all of those lives changed forever. The soccer community has an opportunity to ensure that every year fewer and fewer women must have that terrible conversation by supporting the efforts of such institutions as the Lombardi Cancer Center. I am extremely proud of our players for making a difference and helping to continue to raise awareness," Louise Waxler, Executive Director, McLean Youth Soccer.
For more details about the lifesaving work performed at the Center visit -
Photo: Check presentation of McLean Youth Soccer leaders and players joining Justine Weissenborn, Lombardi Cancer Center
Director of Development.