YWCA Greater Newburyport is currently hiring for both full-time and part-time positions in all departments. We offer competitive wages. Full time employees enjoy extensive benefits include health and dental paid at 60% by the YWCA, a pension funded at 5% by YWCA (after 2 years of employment), short term, long term disability insurance, and discounts on YWCA programs. Our employment page shows all of our current positions. As of June 7, YWCA is no longer by appointment only. Mask compliance in accordance with CDC guidelines.
Safely join us for indoor/outdoor/Zoom/Hybrid classes, fitness center access, swim lessons for all ages, lap swim, warm water pool access, masters and water classes for a great workout.
The City’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Alliance have contracted with Essential Partners to host a series of three community dialogues. The purpose of the dialogues is to create a safe space where all voices can be heard. To learn more, please click the link below!
Ilene Harnch-Grady, Health & Wellness Director, ‘Barre Fusion’ class.
YWCA Greater Newburyport
Established in 1883 to help young women gain the resources and skills necessary to thrive in the industrial world, today’s YWCA serves people without regard to age or gender identity. Today we advocate for those most vulnerable among us and implement inclusive programs supporting the entire community.
Affordable housing, preschool, and school-age childcare, wellness, cancer support, aquatics, youth leadership development, and racial justice programs are just some of the programs we offer.
You can be a part of today’s YWCA by registering for programs using the Program Registration button, or by supporting our work by clicking the Donate Now button. If you need help with the registration process, please download our Registration Instructions here. Click here to register for any program or class.
Click below to access our current Group Exercise and Lap/Warm Water Pool schedules.
We seek to integrate our mission into all our programs
Since 1885 YWCA has provided affordable housing. Today, we manage 68 units in Amesbury, Newburyport, and Salisbury. Almost half of our units serve homeless households. We are advocates of expanding affordable housing as well as fair housing.
YWCA provides a supportive environment for people of all ages to improve their health through group exercise, lap swimming, and a fitness center. YWCA Encore is a free program for those with cancer combining gentle exercise and peer support.
Our licensed program offers full daycare to infants through preschoolers. Caring professionals, using Teaching Strategies Gold Curriculum, help children learn, grow and play. YWCA provides a discount based on a family’s ability to pay.
YWCA focuses on the social-emotional development of students in grades K-3. We infuse our mission into the curriculum to expand student’s awareness of social and racial justice. Students explore a wide range of activities with experienced staff.
Swimming is a life skill that can also improve self-esteem. YWCA offers swimming lessons for all ages beginning at 6 months to adult. Jr. Breakers swim team provides a non-competitive option beyond swim lessons. Coached masters is available for adults.