The YMCA of Sumter often searches for quality employees to continue our mission. If you’re interested in joining the YMCA staff, download the employment application and deliver to the YMCA of Sumter front desk. The YMCA of Sumter is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to workplace diversity.
Now Accepting Applications For:
No positions available at this time.
Please e-mail your completed application to the person indicated in the individual job posting or drop off at the front desk.
For over 120 years there’s been a YMCA in the Sumter Community. In the early years, members met together on Sunday afternoons and conducted religious services on the upper floor of Armory Hall above the present day Powell’s on Main. Laymen conducted prayer meetings, and the ministers of the town encouraged them by their presence and council.
Today, The YMCA of Sumter still embodies that spirit of practicing Christian principles in all programs that we offer to the Sumter community. Who is the YMCA of Sumter? It’s a group of people, members, volunteers, and employees who care about Sumter’s families and do everything they can to help the community live, grow, and thrive. A timeline of the YMCA of Sumter weaves the history of this organization.
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
To impact life successes of all individuals, strengthen family bonds, develop youth, promote healthy living, and foster a strong sense of belonging and community connectivity through social responsibility.
Advancing Our Cause
Our Focus Areas
“Start children off the way they should go, and when they are old, they will not turn from it.” Proverbs 22:6
We will provide a safe environment for young people to create life-long experiences, promote character and cultivate a sense of belonging at the Y throughout all stages of life.
“Your body is the temple of God.” 1 Corinthians 6:19
We will provide a path that promotes healthy living among all people to achieve greater overall community health and well-being.
“Serve one another in love.” Galatians 5:13
We will partner with others throughout the community to foster meaningful relationships, serve and support diverse cultures and identify under-served community needs.
John Hoffman, Executive Director
Cheryl Huggins, Finance Director
Denise Lewis, Office Manager
Patricia Anderson, Membership Director
Missy Corrigan, Director of Healthy Living
Carmelia Bankhead, Director of Youth Development
Junko Allen, Athletics Director
Melissa McIntosh, Aquatics Director
Gabe Dellaposta, Maintenance Director