Lake Erie Ink is looking for volunteers
Do you enjoy working with youth?
Do you have a story to share, a skill to teach, a subject you know a lot about?
Make a difference in a young person’s life by volunteering with Lake Erie Ink.
Next Volunteer Orientation: Tuesday, Sept 13, 5:30–7 p.m. at our new site in the former Coventry School building, 2843 Washington Blvd.
- Connect one-on-one with school age students
- Provide academic support and tutoring
- Encourage youth to use writing as a tool for self-expression
- Act as role models and mentors for youth in our community
- Have fun!
Lake Erie Ink serves school age youth in the greater Cleveland community by providing academic support and opportunities for creative expression.
Volunteer opportunities are available for:
- After-school homework help Mon.–Thurs. 3:00–5:30 p.m.
- Evening and weekend creative writing workshops
- In-school writing support
- Assistance with publications
- Orientation and ongoing volunteer training is provided
If you want to get involved in any way, please contact us!
Amy Rosenbluth is cofounder and director of Lake Erie Ink, a writing space for youth. She is also a Cleveland Heights parent and an engaged resident.