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Early Childhood

River Friends Day Camp (ages 2 – 6)

Early Childhood Center

Early Childhood Center: Turning 2’s

Fitness

Fitness Center

Personal Training

Group Exercise

Pickleball

Slam Ball Charity Challenge!

Youth, Teen, and Family Fitness

Aquatics

American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Cross

Private Swim Lessons

Hammerheads Swim Team

Lap Swimming

PADI Open Water Scuba Diving (ages 10 & up)

Arts & Culture

Renard Lecture Series

River Friends Day Camp (ages 2 – 6)

Early Childhood Center

Early Childhood Center: Turning 2’s

River Friends Day Camp (ages 2 – 6)

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Early Childhood Center

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Early Childhood Center: Turning 2’s

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Children

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Youth, Teen, and Family Fitness & Recreation

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Special Event for Parents of Teens

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Fitness Center

Personal Training

Group Exercise

Pickleball

Slam Ball Charity Challenge!

Youth, Teen, and Family Fitness

Fitness Center

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Personal Training

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Group Exercise

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Pickleball

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Slam Ball Charity Challenge!

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Youth, Teen, and Family Fitness

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American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Cross

Private Swim Lessons

Hammerheads Swim Team

Lap Swimming

PADI Open Water Scuba Diving (ages 10 & up)

American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Cross

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Aquatics Exercise

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Private Swim Lessons

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Hammerheads Swim Team

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Lap Swimming

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Group Swim Lessons

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PADI Open Water Scuba Diving (ages 10 & up)

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Jewish Life

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Special Needs

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Special Event for Parents of Teens

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Renard Lecture Series

Renard Lecture Series

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Opportunities

The Shames Jewish Community Center on the Hudson is a rapidly growing, 75,000 square foot state of the art facility at the epicenter of Jewish life in Westchester’s Rivertowns and beyond. Its 6000+ current members of all faiths and backgrounds enjoy programs ranging from early childhood to adult learning, from sports, swimming and fitness to Jewish culture, workshops and social action. Its purpose is to create an environment where people can connect with one another for lasting relationships to enhance their lives and benefit the community.

Throughout the year there are opportunities to work part and full time, explore interests through volunteer work and internships, seasonal and year round professional positions, with ongoing professional development and the possibility for advancement. The JCC is an equal opportunity employer.

Browse the opportunities below and submit your resume as indicated.

Career Opportunities

Aquatics Supervisor

Aquatics: Lifeguard

Aquatics: Swim Instructor

FITNESS FLOOR ATTENDANT

Fitness: Personal Trainer

Group Child Care Counselor, After School Program

Reception Associate (Welcome Desk Staff)

Special Needs Program Counselor

Special Needs Counselor for UP on Sundays Program

Special Needs Counselor: Almost Home – Plus (after-school program)

Membership Director 

Opportunities to Get Involved

Internships

Volunteer