• Eliminating Racism, Empowering Women

    In 2014, YWCA St. Paul’s programs and services helped more than 6,200 people to change their minds, bodies and lives. Download the Annual Report
  • A Century of Service

    Founded in 1907 to meet the needs of the young women working in St. Paul’s factories and mills, today’s YWCA serves women, children and families. Learn More
  • Investing in Community

    90 cents of every dollar goes directly to services for women, children and families. Donate Now
  • Meeting Community Needs

    Last year, YWCA St. Paul invested $6.4 million in community issues like fighting homelessness, empowering at-risk youth and building self-sufficiency. Learn More

Job Opportunities

Interested in working somewhere that makes a real difference in people’s lives? The YWCA St. Paul offers rewarding work, competitive salaries and great benefits for qualified positions. We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and invite you to explore our current openings for a position that is right for you.

Current Openings

No Current Openings

Building Operations
Maintenance Technicians (1/13/17)

No Current Openings

Employment & Economic Development
Manager of Workforce Development (1/13/17)
CDL Program Specialist (1/13/17)

Health & Wellness
Massage Therapist (12/12/16)
Assistant Swim Coach (12/9/16)
Personal Trainer (Part Time) (11/16/16)
Lifeguard (11/14/16)
Group Fitness Instructor (11/11/16)
Swim Instructor (11/11/16)
Yoga Instructor (10/14/16)
Kids Care Staff
Member Services Representative (10/13/16)

Housing & Supportive Services
Intake Specialist (11/23/16)
Rapid Re-Housing Case Manager (11/21/16)
Permanent Supportive Housing Case Manager (11/16/16)

Youth Development
Youth Support Specialist (10/17/16)
Youth Empowerment Specialist (10/18/16)


To apply, please complete the application and submit to Human Resources.

Email: hr@ywcaofstpaul.org
Fax: (651) 222-6307
Mail: YWCA St. Paul, 375 Selby Ave., St. Paul, MN 55102


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