White Privilege by Heather Smith

White Privilege by Heather Smith I am a white cisgender woman from an upper-middle class family. I grew up in Shaker Heights, Ohio with a working dad, stay-at-home mom, sister, […]

#SocialJusticeCLE Tweet Up Event at Case Western Reserve University by Mallory Phillips

October 25, 2017 // EYEJ // No Comments // Posted in Blog, Uncategorized // , , , , ,
Twitter is powerful, and increasingly so. It has become an integral thread in the fabric of social and political communication and development. I was thrilled when EYEJ invited me to […]

How EYEJ Promotes Empathy in Youth and Volunteers

February 21, 2017 // Mai Moore // No Comments // Posted in Uncategorized
2016 was a year of division for many of us, culminating with the U.S. election results that made many feel marginalized. Many questioned, “Where did we go wrong? How did […]

Three Takeaways From Cleveland GiveCamp

August 3, 2016 // Mai Moore // No Comments // Posted in Uncategorized
EYEJ’s first-ever experience at Cleveland GiveCamp turned out to be a huge success! Though EYEJ team members and GiveCamp volunteers alike left the weekend a bit tired and frazzled, the […]

New Online Forum Reflects EYEJ Values

July 30, 2016 // admin // No Comments // Posted in Uncategorized
You may already know this if you follow us on other social media platforms, but EYEJ has an exciting announcement. It is teaming up with Salesforce and Cleveland Give Camp to develop […]

The Link Between Education and Opportunity

July 30, 2016 // admin // No Comments // Posted in Uncategorized
In the wake of Independence Day, we would like to take the time to explain why EYEJ believes that different types of education will be key to developing Cleveland youth […]

Cleveland GiveCamp Highlights City’s Spirit

July 30, 2016 // admin // No Comments // Posted in Uncategorized
EYEJ will be attending Cleveland Give Camp starting tomorrow. The event demonstrates its inhabitants’ desire to contribute to the city’s rebirth and development. Developers, designers, administrators, and other technology professionals work […]

EYEJ and the Cleveland Peacemakers Alliance: Proactive Partners

July 30, 2016 // admin // No Comments // Posted in Uncategorized
 As EYEJ expands, we look to reduce the gang violence that affects the neighborhoods of many CMSD students. We often hear students say that the poorer areas of Cleveland are […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Ms. Keren Johnson

July 30, 2016 // admin // No Comments // Posted in Uncategorized
We recently got to talk with one of our marketing team members, Ms. Keren Johnson, about the opportunities she’s had to help increase EYEJ’s exposure to Cleveland and its large […]

EYEJ Values: Building Bridges and Community

July 30, 2016 // admin // No Comments // Posted in Uncategorized
EYEJ’s discussion series focuses on informing students about the power of education. However, another important part of the mission involves building relationships with students. By developing these connections, EYEJ is […]