92Y Centers

  • Belfer Center for Innovation and Social Impact

    Belfer Center for Innovation and Social Impact

    The Belfer Center seeks to scale 92Y’s renowned programming by leveraging the power of new and social media, cross-sector partnerships and collaboration within 92Y’s diverse programming centers to strengthen and extend the reach of 92Y’s core values — intellectual exploration and dialogue, community, thought leadership and innovation — as drivers of social change. The Center, endowed by the Belfer family of New York City, is home to 92Y American Conversation; #GivingTuesday, the global day of giving; leadership programs including Women inPower; and a growing number of other initiatives.


  • Bronfman Center for Jewish Life

    Bronfman Center for Jewish Life

    The Bronfman Center, generously endowed by the Samuel Bronfman Foundation, is at the core of 92Y’s Jewish Life community. We provide a place for people of all ages and backgrounds to discover and follow pathways to meaningful, joyous and proud Jewish journeys. Offerings include Jewish learning talks and classes; ATiD Jewish Education for Kids; our flagship introductory Judaism course Derekh Torah; and holiday celebrations in a variety of settings.


  • Center for Educational Outreach

    Center for Educational Outreach

    The Center for Educational Outreach provides world-class programs in the arts and sciences for more than 10,000 NYC public school children annually, providing integrated curricula, visiting teaching artists and live performances and incorporating the students’ own perspectives and creativity into educational experiences. All of 92Y’s outreach programs create partnerships among students, educators and artists in an effort to make it possible for school communities to fulfill their artistic and academic potential.


  • Charles Simon Center for Adult Life & Learning

    Charles Simon Center for Adult Life & Learning

    The Charles Simon Center for Adult Life & Learning offers a unique blend of social, educational and cultural programs for adults at every stage of their lives. In addition to bringing the world's finest minds to 92Y's stage in its prestigious lecture series, the Center, endowed by a bequest from Charles Simon, offers diverse personal growth, career development, humanities and language classes. The Center also encompasses the 92Y Residence.


  • Gilda and Henry Block School of the Arts

    Gilda and Henry Block School of the Arts

    The Gilda and Henry Block School of the Arts is widely regarded as one of the country’s top community-based art centers. The School, endowed by Gilda and Henry Block, is comprised of the School of Music, the Harkness Dance Center, and the Art Center, which includes the Ceramics Center, the Jewelry Center and Studio Art. We offer more than 400 classes a semester for all ages and all levels of expertise—from preschool to high school, from enthusiastic amateurs and emerging professionals to senior adults—all taught by a faculty of working professional artists.


  • Lillian & Sol Goldman Family Center for Youth & Family

    Lillian & Sol Goldman Family Center for Youth & Family

    The Goldman Center provides programs that promote the healthy development and growth of children of all ages. From classes for parents-to-be to extensive activities for teens, the Center, endowed by the Goldman Family, provides a supportive, noncompetitive environment that encourages children and families to reach their maximum potential. Center programs include the award-winning Parenting Center, the Nursery School, the 92Y After-School Center, 13 summer camps and activities for children with developmental disabilities.


  • 92Y Maycenter Facilities

    May Center for Health, Fitness & Sport

    The May Center for Health, Fitness & Sport provides a huge range of programs and facilities to help people of all ages maintain their physical health and wellness. Facilities include a state-of-the art gymnastics studio and aerobic/strength conditioning studios; two gyms; a 25-yard pool, an indoor jogging track and more than 100 weekly classes. The Center, endowed by Leni and Peter May, also offers specialized programs like cardiac rehab, nutrition, and women's health, as well as individual instruction and informational lectures.


  • Milstein/Rosenthal Center for Media & Technology

    Milstein/Rosenthal Center for Media & Technology

    Endowed in 1999 by two visionary trustees, board chairman Philip Milstein and longtime board member John Rosenthal, the Milstein/Rosenthal Center is spearheading 92nd Street Y's foray into media distribution via technology. The division is developing and implementing technology-based programs, satellite broadcasts, long-distance learning, Internet simulcasts, video conferencing and other tools that enable 92nd Street Y to extend its reach beyond its four walls to communities and constituencies around the world.


  • Tisch Center for the Arts

    Tisch Center for the Arts

    Under the aegis of The Tisch Center for the Arts, endowed through the generous support of the Tisch family, 92nd Street Y enjoys international stature as a source of musical and literary programs of the highest caliber. 92Y Concerts presents world-class chamber music and solo recitals, jazz, an American Songbook series and family programs. The Unterberg Poetry Center produces a renowned reading series featuring the most distinguished writers of our time and promotes the literary arts through innovative programs.