This page is all about the JCC of MidWestchester. Meet our staff and Board of Directors, get answers to practical question about our hours and how to find us. Here is a short sumary of our mission:
The Jewish Community Center of Mid-Westchester is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the community by providing cultural, social, educational and recreational/fitness programs, human services and Jewish identity-building opportunities to people of all ages, backgrounds, religions, or sexual orientation.
Letter from the Executive Director
You may have noticed that JCC of Mid-Westchester never stops growing!
If you have been at the JCC recently, surely you have noticed and enjoyed the changes: New staff members greeting you, extensive new cardio equipment in the fitness center and our expanded garden and outdoor seating area, just to name a few. And there is even more on the way: a new afternoon initiative where your children can be supervised before and after their JCC activities, giving working parents and grandparents more flexibility with after-school hours. Plus we are enhancing the programming for our community Seniors with art and technology added to the weekly schedule of programs.
JCCMW continues to forge ahead in the digital world: Whether on your computer or your smart phone, our website is your JCCMW source, with online registration and program/class updates and changes in real time. Or maybe take a moment to check out our new self-service kiosks throughout the building and take a virtual tour, find out about our sales or promotions, or register family members online for activities.
As wonderful as digital can be, sometimes low tech is the way to go. Parents asked for an easier tool to schedule all their children in our after school programs. We heard you! The result is our Kids Programming Day By Day, an easy to use grid to help you schedule multiple activities at the same time for all the children in your family.
But don’t take my word for it – come and see for yourself why JCCMW is well on track to becoming Westchester’s preeminent family-centric multi-generational community center.