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Lifeguard scanning the beach ensuring patron safety

Lifeguards Needed *$100 Sign On Bonus*

A lifeguard maintains safe swimming conditions in and around the pool or waterfront, creates a positive atmosphere that promotes water safety. Candidates must be strong swimmers, passing swimming, and skills check. The hours are variable based on pool schedule and availability of staff. Pool lifeguards are paid at minimum wage, Waterfront lifeguards are paid $10 per hour.
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Pre-K Swim

Your Annual Campaign donation directly impacts children in Ashtabula County

Youth Development
Our Pre-K students are learning to safely enjoy fun in the pool, just in time for summer! YMCA child care programs are staffed with people who understand the cognitive, physical and social development of kids, the need children have to feel connected and supported in trying new things, and the caring and reinforcement parents and families need to help each other.
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YL YMCA Mural

Ashtabula YMCA featured in the Star Beacon

Community Life
"The biggest challenge the YMCA faces today is funding.As a non-profit organization, we budget to break even and needless to say,2020 did not meet expectations for us financially. Much of what we offer is donor funded or donor subsidized —Livestrong for cancer survivors, aquatics programming like boating education and water safety, support groups and the financial assistance we provide to ensur
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Virtual YMCA

 

YMCA members can access the Robert S Morrison Virtual YMCA. New videos and live streams are added regularly. All you need is the barcode number from your membership card or phone app to get started.

Give to the Y

 

When you give to the Y, you are funding life-changing programs that help children, adults and families in Ashtabula County to learn, grow and thrive.