YWCA St. Paul will close at 5 p.m. on Friday, September 17 for a Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic.

When inside our facility, face coverings are required for all employees (regardless of vaccination status) and fitness members and all others who are unvaccinated. We are committed to maintaining the safety and well-being of everyone visiting our facility, and highly recommended that everyone wear face coverings when inside our facility. Please read the full update.

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The View For Gen Z

Pandemic presents new mental health challenges

In the midst of this pandemic, we all have worries. Will we get sick? Can we continue work or school? How do we stay connected? While there is no quick fix for overcoming depression or preventing anxiety, these tips can help you manage those feelings.

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YW News

“Staying the Fight”

Minnesota History Center’s new initiative, “Black History, Black Voices,” which deepens understanding of Black history and the contributions Black Americans have made to Minnesota. YWCA St. Paul’s board chair, Dr. Yohuru Williams, and CEO, Gaye Adams Massey, joined Sondra Samuals, president & CEO, Northside Achievement Zone, for the most recent conversation in this series.

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The View For Gen Z

BIPOC women run for elected office and make history in 2020

The number of women – and women of color – who ran for public office during 2020 was at historically high levels. YWCA St. Paul is helping young women learn skills today that will enable them to be the leaders of tomorrow. Read more to learn more about what happened in Minnesota last year.

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The View from Gen Z

Kamala Harris – A History-Making Win

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris isn’t just a role model, she’s also a beacon of hope for young women of color – proving that barriers to future success are falling. Her election to the second highest office in the nation proves that hard work and education can create a path to success, regardless of race or gender. What does her historic win mean to you?

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The View from Gen Z

New Year, New You?

Welcome to 2021 – a year in which YWCA St. Paul will continue to live out its mission and commitment to racial and gender equity. With 2020 behind us, how do you plan to embrace your radical self in 2021?

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YWCA St. Paul COVID-19 Update
COVID-19 Update

Pool Re-Opening January 4

Our pool will re-open for lap and open swim on January 4. Reserve your slot through our new online fitness portal, read on for more details.

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