Lakeshore Intergenerational School Is Looking for Volunteers

Lakeshore Intergenerational School is currently looking for local community members interested in serving as tutors, reading mentors and volunteers for the 2016-2017 school year. These important positions allow our students to enhance and enrich their learning with intergenerational partners who are committed to the education of the youngest members of our community.

Reading Mentors are paired with students to share in the love of reading books with a regular schedule of 1-2 hours per week. Math tutors are individuals who are looking to give back through tutoring our students weekly. Volunteers who can assist with special activities now and then would also be welcome additions to our intergenerational family.

We are also looking for neighborhood individuals who may have a talent, skill, sport or hobby they would love to share with our students either during the day, after school or on a weekend.  These opportunities could be one time only or on a weekly or monthly basis.  We would love to engage our neighbors in the areas of art, music and drama.  We know the talent is out there – please consider sharing with our students!

LIS offers flexible scheduling, training, and paid background checks to all participants. If you are interested in any of these great opportunities please contact Ms. Perez at 216-586-3872 or

Courtney De Schepper

I am the Community Relations Manager for Lakeshore Intergenerational School

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Volume 8, Issue 7, Posted 12:36 PM, 07.10.2016