Find Your Y

When families and individuals thrive, our community grows stronger – and never has the need for strong community been greater than right now. When you get involved with the Greater Scranton YMCA, you get so much more than a place to work out. It’s a chance to connect with neighbors, develop skills, explore new interests and give back to others. Whether you join as a member, participate in a program, volunteer, donate, pursue a job opportunity or a combination of these activities, the Y helps people discover a renewed sense of positivity, passion, purpose and belonging.

“The Greater Scranton YMCA is a community that is dedicated to helping people realize a greater sense of purpose in their community, thereby, finding their ‘why’,” said Trish Fisher, President & CEO, Greater Scranton YMCA. “We encourage people to get involved with the Y so they can discover their own sense of purpose by developing new skills, connecting with neighbors, pursuing health goals, and giving back in support of their fellow community members.”

As the leading nonprofit committed to strengthening community by bringing together people from different backgrounds, perspectives and generations, the Y ensures everyone has access to opportunities, relationships and resources necessary to learn, grow and thrive.

The Greater Scranton YMCA offers countless ways for people to get involved and find their ‘why’ throughout the year. Our doors are open to all who are looking to join a welcoming, supportive community that offers opportunities to make a real impact on themselves and their community. The Greater Scranton YMCA offers early childhood education programs, youth sports and enrichment programs, before and after school care, summer day camp, chronic disease prevention and management programs and more.

To learn more about the Greater Scranton YMCA, including available job opportunities, visit us online at or call (570) 342-8115.


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