The free daily program is available for children ages 3-5 whose families meet specific economic criteria. It focuses on academic, social-emotional, and physical development.
The July 15 session in the YWCA Tri-County Area's series on racism, racial justice, and social justice tackles dealing with mental health and trauma responsiveness during twin national crises.
Early education, youth empowerment, family cooking, and adult education and training classes are resuming Monday (today, July 6) and throughout the month at the YWCA Tri-County Area.
Be part of an online conversation that explores racism, and racial and social justice through webinars, movies and books. It starts Wednesday, and is sponsored by the YWCA TriCounty Area in Pottstown.
YWCA Tri-County is looking to fill positions available in the AmeriCorps or VISTA programs it conducts from its Pottstown offices. Register and go online June 15 to learn more about what's available.
The YWCA TriCounty, as serious as it can be about the value of fitness, has taken its popular exercise program for pre-schoolers and is streaming it for families on Facebook and YouTube channels.
You may be a terrific teacher, and not even know it! The YWCA Tri-County Area is looking for local adults who can volunteer time to help other adults learn basics like math, reading, and English.
Foster grandparents across Montgomery County are interacting with children, and giving them one-on-one attention, to boost their education. YWCA Tri-County is seeking more volunteers to expand the program.