321 E. Magnolia Blvd.

M-F: 5:30am‑10pm

Sat: 7am‑6:30pm

Sun: 9am‑5pm

Burbank Community YMCA


Teens turn to the Y for academic assistance, employment, life skills advancement and good, heatlhy fun. The Y is a place where teens can workout, give back and meet friends. The Y is a place for teens to call their own and a safe environment where they can find balance between freedom and responsibility.

Interested in developing leadership skills and learning to work with children? The Y has a great opportunity for you‚

Our Counselor-In-Training program (CIT) for those who have completed 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade. This summer-long (June through August) program is designed to train prospective staff members for employment at the Burbank Community YMCA's Summer Day Camp. The experience looks great on college applications and is also an impressive addition to resumes for those looking to join the work force right after high school.

For costs and details, contact Aileen Flores 818.562.5461 x246 or  aileen@burbankymca.org

The Service Learning program provides meaningful opportunities for high school students to earn community service hours required by local high schools for graduation. Students can expand this experience with an individualized plan to include job shadowing, resume building, interviewing and job search.

For details, contact Aileen Flores 818.562.5461 x246 or email at aileen@burbankymca.org

Our goal is to develop the skills necessary to safely and effectively create a goal-based exercise program.

For teens 11-15 years old.

The program consists of 3 one-hour coaching appointments and one evaluation to teach cardio and upper and lower body strength.

Certificate upon completion

Included in membership!

To set up your first appointment, contact us at 818-845-8551.

Every February, 3,000 high school students from across CA converge in Sacramento to take over the State Capitol and run the government for five whole days. Yes - the real Capitol, in the real buildings where laws are actually made. It’s called Youth & Government, and you can be a part of it!

OK, so obviously the laws these students pass don’t go into effect, but the experience is all real. Y&G is a model legislature extracurricular that gives teens a one-of-a-kind, hands-on opportunity to learn about government. Students build lifelong skills, make new friends, meet real politicians, and of course it looks great on a college app or resume.


Weekly meetings at the Burbank YMCA.


Program Highlights:

  • Two trips to Fresno & a 5-day trip to Sacramento to work in the real Senate, Assembly, and Supreme Court chambers of the State Capital.
  • Pick your job or run for office: be a judge, lawyer, reporter, senator or even Youth Governor
  • Research, write, debate and pass your own bills. You solve the state’s problems!
  • Meet with real CA senators, assembly persons, and judges.
  • Make friends from all over the state during dances, games, the Governor’s banquet & other fun events

For more information, contact Aileen Flores at 818.562.5461 or aileen@burbankymca.org or visit calymca.org.