Sponsored by: YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati’s 10 branches are back in full force with all kinds of exciting programs. Or, you can opt to join a virtual class from the comfort of your own home.
The Y continues to meet the community’s needs with recreational programs and services for all ages, as well as one overnight camp and childhood learning centers across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
“The Y is more than a gym — it’s a cause,” says Jorge Perez, president & CEO of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati. “Everyone can find their personal why through purpose and belonging every day at the YMCA.”
Some of the YMCA of Cincinnati’s services include:
The Y helps young people to grow into healthy, thriving adults by offering supportive education classes, leadership programs, sports, camps, child-care services, preschool programs, afterschool activities and more.
People of all ages, interests and skill levels can find fitness classes, personal training, aquatics programs, sports, family activities and group programs to support physical and mental well-being.
Community programs and local outreach services support and inspire, assisting young people, newcomers, immigrants, military members and senior citizens – building a stronger community one person at a time.
As people work to grow stronger in spirit mind and body at the Y, they can find outlets to strengthen community through program participating, volunteerism and even employment.
Openings at the Y include swim instructors, school-age childcare staff, sports assistants, group exercise instructors, personal trainers, assistant preschool teachers, bus drivers, gymnastics instructors and more.
The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati offers activities for every age.
To find your Y, visit myy.org.