YMCA Of Greater Toronto
Be more than a teacher Be more than an instructor Be more than a friend Be the Spark that allows a child to shine
YMCA Child Care
Why join the YMCA Child Care team?
YMCA OF GREATER TORONTO
We have been providing child care for more than 50 years
We are Canada's largest not-for-profit child care provider
We developed YMCA Playing to Learn™, a play-based curriculum used throughout North America
We offer child care at over 300 locations and are expanding
Be part of a charity that has been recognized as a top employer for 13 years. We are committed to be a great workplace and provide an environment where people enjoy their work and grow in the process. Participating in Top Employer programs allows us to continually strive towards higher standards and offer employees the best working experiences.
The YMCA of Greater Toronto has a long history of supporting student placements, guiding and mentoring the future generation of early childhood educators. Students who complete their placement at the YMCA have the opportunity to start their child care career at the Y upon graduation.
If you are a student, please talk to your school’s Placement Coordinator about opportunities at the YMCA of Greater Toronto.
The Y supports 150-200 students each semester in our child care centres and before and afterschool programs by working closely with several post-secondary institutions, including:
The YMCA provides educators the on-the-job training required by Skilled Trades Ontario to achieve their Child Development Practitioner Apprenticeship Certificate.We offer:
To learn more about apprenticeship oppportunities in YMCA Child Care, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are hiring throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Find the role that's right for you
Difficulty submitting your application? Email us your resume and quote the job posting number.
Many people, including essential workers, can't do their jobs from home. During the pandemic, over 500 children received free YMCA Emergency Child Care while their parents worked on the frontlines.