Academic Support & Enrichment Programs

Keeping Youth Safe, Active and Engaged

YMCA Scholars Camps


YMCA Scholars Camps provide distance learning support and enrichment activities for students during the school year.

Locations: Various sites across Marin, San Francisco & San Mateo counties

Priority populations for YMCA Scholars Camps include: 

  • • Essential workers
  • • Youth in foster care
  • • Homeless youth
  • • Youth in public housing
  • • English language learners
  • • Low income African American, Latinx or Asian Pacific Islander families


YMCA Enrichments


YMCA Enrichments are four-week sessions that focus on physical and enrichment activities such as STEAM, Y Bike, Y Rangers and swimming.

Locations: Various Bay Area locations

All families are eligible to register for YMCA Enrichments.


Community Hub Initiative


Community Hub Initiative is a collaboration with SF DCYF, SFUSD and community based organizations like the YMCA to support distance learning for high-need San Francisco students during the school year. 

Registration will be by invitation only and is set to open Monday, August 24th.

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Help Us Reach Our Million Dollar Goal in Marin

Children from low-income areas do not have the same opportunities to experience enrichments, like art, music and STEAM, physical activities, academic resources in the same way children from middle- and high-income homes do. In Marin County, 65% of low-income students have not met English and Math proficiency standards

To ensure our most marginalized students can succeed this school year, the Y needs to raise $1M to close the gap. We’re asking you to help keep Marin’s children & youth healthy, supported, & learning.