YWCA Greater Pittsburgh has been a part of the educational landscape of Southwestern Pennsylvania for more than 100 years, having opened an “Industrial School” for boys and girls in the late 19th century. In the decades since then, YWCA Greater Pittsburgh has operated multiple childcare and out-of-school programs, viewing education as central to our vision of a community that advances education, opportunity, and equity regardless of gender, race, or background.
Today, we offer educational programming for individuals and communities of all ages, from infancy through adulthood. Our Keystone STAR 4 Early Care Center prepares infants through five year-olds to succeed in the years ahead. Our STEM (“Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics”) programs teach girls to thrive in areas previously dominated by men. And our Center for Race & Gender Equity provides workshops and training for workplaces, communities, and schools to understand and resist racism.
Our Early Learning, Child Development, and Education Programs are now open, with special precautions in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. Click here to view our family welcome packet for more information.