Volunteer at EYEJ, Pick Up a Skill or Two by Amelia Horton

December 13, 2017 // EYEJ // No Comments // Posted in Blog // , , , , ,
Volunteer at EYEJ, Pick Up a Skill or Two by Amelia Horton Most people that decide to volunteer at a charity or non-profit do so in order to give back to […]

What is a Discussion Series? by Brandy Scheule

What is a Discussion Series? by Brandy Scheule Many people are unsure about what the Discussion Series involves. I was a bit unsure about it myself before participating in one of […]

Impact by Yvette Tao

December 4, 2017 // EYEJ // No Comments // Posted in Blog // , ,
 Impact by Yvette Tao Our mission is to empower and amplify the voices of teens and pre-teens by bridging them with diverse individuals to engage in interactive discussions centered around social […]

EYEJ Impact 25 Youth Council by Mai Moore

EYEJ Impact 25 Youth Council by Mai Moore Nineteen youth leaders have come together from across the City of Cleveland to combat injustices that youth face. Together they will be choosing […]

Call to Action – EYEJ Millennial Board by Sahadeo Ramharrack

Call to Action – EYEJ Millennial Board In this day and age of technological boom, social media, and instant gratification, it is easy to lose sight of the small things […]

Learn Better; Do Better; Be Better by Joseph Oteng

Learn Better; Do Better; Be Better By Joseph Oteng “Education is not a tool for development – individual, community and the nation. It is the foundation for our future. It […]

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 […]

Preventative Education – Michael Mendlovic

Healthcare professionals are in nearly universal agreement that the most effective method of counteracting avoidable medical illnesses is preventive healthcare. Preventive healthcare, as opposed to treating an existing illness, focuses […]

Volunteer Call – Melanie Warford

October 3, 2017 // admin // No Comments // Posted in Blog, Volunteer
There are 86,400 seconds in each day.  While that may seem like a lot to some, to others it will never be enough.  Time is the only resource you cannot […]