. . discover the benefits of Y Employment.
There is currently no job opening at this
time. Thank you for your interest.
Employment with a
The YMCA of Glendale is a major non-profit
employer. We offer a great working environment and competitive
pay. Our excellent benefits include medical, dental and life
insurance, retirement, YMCA
membership, paid time for training and many opportunities
for career and personal growth.
YMCA of Glendale is committed to: teach youth
positive life skills, values and an ethic of service, support
and strengthen families, develop health in spirit, mind and
body, offer quality experiences that are affordable and efficiently
managed, encourage participation by all members of our community
and create an environment where everyone aspires to be their
The YMCA of Glendale is an Equal Opportunity
Employer, committed to diversity in the workplace.
Application for Employment. Download
AND ROLES FOR YMCA VOLUNTEERS
The basic definition of a YMCA volunteer is
"anyone who willingly gives time to help the YMCA accomplish
its mission without getting paid by the YMCA." In the Y movement,
we have five categories of volunteers:
- Program volunteers help lead programs or
assist in delivering programs (e.g., a program instructor,
coach, aide or member of a program advisory council). This
category also includes those who offer community service
as participants in a YMCA program (e.g., the members of
a Hi-Y club, or school-age children who interact with adults
as part of an intergenerational buddy program).
- Support volunteers serve in the office,
at the front desk, in the locker room, or on the grounds.
- Fundraising volunteers raise money by working
in annual, sustaining, capital, or other special campaigns;
working on endowment development; or by working at or running
- Policy volunteers serve on the Y's board
of directors, on a committee, or task force.
- Managerial volunteers help manage and administer
YMCA operations and programs (e.g., a pro-bono accountant
or P.R. specialist).
Please note that young people can serve in
all of the above capacities as long as, like adults, they
have the proper skills, training, and supervision. They are
probably most likely to serve as program volunteers-doing
anything from cleaning up rivers as part of a YMCA Earth Service
Corps program to teaching aerobics to serving as a counselor-in-training
at camp. It's less likely that they would serve as managerial
volunteers, though it's entirely possible.
Camp Opportunities. This summer help kids have
a really memorable week at camp. Be a counselor and be an
integral part of the success of a YMCA camp. Go
to our Summer Camp Opportunities page for more information.
to this page for more details on our volunteer opportunities.
Form and Agreement. Download
the Volunteer Application form and agreement in PDF format.
Returning Volunteer Application Form.
the Returning Volunteer Application form. (Volunteer must
have been approved within the last 12 Months to use this form).