Welcome New Hires!. to the UPPER MAIN LINE YMCA. Agenda/Topics To Be Covered. History of the YMCA of the Upper Main Line/Association mission Products & Services Who’s Who Association Policies Benefits Performance Reviews Other Resources Required Paperwork Summary.
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to the UPPER MAIN LINE YMCA
The Y is unique in many ways, most importantly in the diversity of its members and staff who come from all walks of life. No one is turned away for inability to pay. Serving the communities of Berwyn, Paoli, Devon, Frazer, Newtown Square, Malvern, Strafford, Wayne, Exton, and Downingtown, the Y is open to all regardless of economic status, race, gender, age, and physical or mental limitations.
The Y is one of the oldest and largest social service organizations in the world dedicated to education, wellness, children’s causes, the environment, arts and leisure. To these ends, we offer a large variety of programs in a healthy, safe and inclusive environment that builds “strong kids, strong families, strong communities”.
The Upper Main Line YMCA in Berwyn, the Lionville Community YMCA in Lionville, and the YMCA in Eagleview (located at the Eagleview Corporate Center in the Exton area). Today, we serve 20,000+ youth and families in Delaware and Chester County.1 in 5 members of our community belong to the Y. We are also the leading employer of teens in the area.
1000 fathers and children in the Y Adventure Guides program
$340,992 in financial assistance to youth and families
700 seniors took part in activities for older adults ranging from fitness classes to weekly card games & trips
250 mentally-challenged participants in the Open Doors program
2,100+ from tots to teens attended summer camps
250 children visited with Santa at our Breakfast with Santa eventsProducts & Services
2,000 Middle School teens in Friday Night Dances
1,548 participants in music, theater, dance or environmental education classes.
1,462 individuals volunteered 33,361 hours serving the YMCA
1,500 people introduced to foreign customs & cultures through our International Initiatives - Diwali, Chinese New Year, and Japanese Kodomo No Hi to name a few.Products & Services
Association Board of Directors
Upper Main Line Branch Management
Charlie Weidanz, Branch Executive
MaryAnn Quindlen, Senior Program Director
Brian Raicich, Senior Program Director
Lionville Community Branch Management
Appearance, ID Badges & Name Tags
SMILE SMILE SMILE
Be on time
Notify supervisor if you will be late or not able to work
Use time clock consistently
Complete all required paperwork
Support all YMCA policies and procedures
DO NOT GOSSIP!!!
Keep a sense of humor
HMS Employee Assistance Program
Free of charge to all employees, their spouses and eligible dependents.
Read and understand all policies and procedures
Direct all payroll questions to you supervisor first
Replacement of ID Cards
Payday is every other Friday
All checks are mailed
Direct deposit is available through the HR Office
Notify HR immediately of changes in your address or status
Payroll corrections forms must be signed by the employee and submitted FIRST to the supervisor for their authorization
Clocking in is a condition of employment