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.

Our Volunteers:

  • 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!

To learn more about this program, or to sign up to volunteer, check out our website: or email us at:


Amy Rosenbluth

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.

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Volume 4, Issue 10, Posted 10:36 PM, 09.05.2011