YMCA Mission & Vision

The YMCA Mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

The Alamance County Community YMCA Vision is to be non-profit organization that strives to be a true community center where people of all ages and circumstances may work toward fitness of spirit, mind and body in a safe, friendly environment. We are committed to providing activities that nurture the potential of every child and teen, improve the nation’s health and well-being and provide opportunities for neighbors to give back and support their community.
The Alamance County Community YMCA is committed to extending its services to as broad a membership as it is reasonably possible. To reach that goal, Financial Assistance is available to potential members or program participants based on need and available funds. The YMCA will seek, identify and serve those in our community who have need for or an interest in our programs, and who without Financial Assistance might not have the opportunity.

To apply for a Financial Assistance Scholarship, please download the following form, complete it and return it to the Welcome Desk.  Be sure to include proof of income with the form.

Financial Assistance Application

For more information about Financial Assistance, please contact the YMCA at (336) 395-9622. 



Organization

NEW! Spring Wellness Programs

Spring is here and there is no time like the present to get ready for swim suit season! We have several new wellness programs starting in March to make sure you have jump on Summer! Click the links below to get information on our Spring Wellness programs: 

Women on Weights: A six week weight lifting and cardio interval class designed to burn maximum fat and develop incredible cardiovascular endurance. For women only.

Women on Weights II: A six week weight lifting and cardio interval class designed to burn maximum fat and develop incredible cardiovascular endurance. Men and women are encouraged to register. 

Triathlon Training: this class is designed for the beginner as well as the seasoned triathlete. Get ready to learn specific techniques to take your swim, bike and run to the next level. Class will focus on race day preparation, transition times and sports nutrition to work at your peek. Ages 14 and up are encouraged to participate. 

Expanded Child Watch Hours: beginning in April, child watch will be open from 3pm-5pm on Saturdays and Sundays in addition to the regular schedule. 

Family Gym Time: will be available for child watch kids 6-12 on Saturdays and Sundays from 3pm-5pm. This time will be fully supervised by staff so that you can work out knowing that your kids are staying active and having fun in a safe environment. 

 

Lifeguard Needed: Weekday Opening Shift

Do you have a passion for helping people reach their full potential in spirit, mind and body? Do you have a love for the water and your current American Red Cross Lifeguarding Certification?  The YMCA currently has
Part-Time openings for lifeguards from 5am-9am Monday through Friday. Please check our Job Openings page for information on how to apply. 

After School Program

We know that learning doesn’t end when the school bell rings. The way your children spend time after school can make a big difference in their personal development and your family-life balance. At the Y, kids engage in a variety of exciting physical and imaginative activities that encourage them explore who they are and what they can achieve. Through a variety of activities, children learn to respect themselves and others, work out their differences and discover the value of friendship. Activities include homework support, field trips, large and small group games, arts & crafts, swimming and devotions. Find out more by visiting our After School Page

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