Lake Erie Ink: a writing space for youth provides creative expression opportunities and academic support for youth in the Greater Cleveland Community. This year Cleveland GiveCamp volunteers created an interactive map for the Lake Erie Ink website that shows where young writers have created their work and the types of things they have written. From […]
Cleveland GiveCamp is a family affair for the Smith family. Steering Committee member and volunteer for the Shaker Lakes Nature Center project, Stuart Smith, has been volunteering at GiveCamp for five years and regularly writes a retrospective about the event on his blog. His sons are also Cleveland GiveCamp veterans. This year Mike Smith worked […]
When Great Lakes Geek, Dan Hanson, isn’t shooting still photographs, he’s shooting video. Dan hadn’t planned to shoot the closing ceremonies. He writes, “I did not plan on filming the closing ceremony synopses so did not set up a tripod or even get a close enough seat. So the videos are shaky and blocked by […]
COSE (Council of Small Enterprise) has supported Cleveland GiveCamp for several years. COSE writer Brad Nellis recently interviewed members of the Cleveland GiveCamp team to write about this years GiveCamp in the NEOSA blog. Read his full article, Cleveland GiveCamp Rocks it Again, to learn more.
When Great Lakes Geek, Dan Hanson, wasn’t working on his project for Computers Assisting People (CAP), he explored GiveCamp to meet and photograph the other teams. View his photos online on his Cleveland GiveCamp People Page. Dan Hanson with social media volunteer, Susie Sharp.
Ken Schneider, Project Manager at Canalway Partners, wrote about his experience working on their new website in the latest edition of the Canalway Partners newsletter. Read Trails, Tracks and Timely Facts to hear about his experience and to learn more about the Canalway. New Canalway Partners Website Canalway Partners Team Backrow left to right: David […]
Great Lakes Geek, Dan Hanson, has long been an advocate of Cleveland GiveCamp. This year he participated as a representative for Computers Assisting People (CAP), an organization that takes in donated computers and peripherals then refurbishes them before loading legal software and donating them to non-profits in the Cleveland area. Dan blogged about the site […]
Brad Nellis interviewed the GiveCamp team about Cleveland GiveCamp 2013 for his post, Cleveland GiveCamp 2013: Doing Great Things in the CLE, featured in the NEOSA Blog. The post offers a nice overview of the number and types of projects completed in 2013.
Web designer, Jan Milosh, wrote about her experience volunteering on the Guardians Advocating Child Safety and Protection (GASP) website during GiveCamp 2013. Learn how she and her colleagues applied their experience to the site development process in her post, Cleveland Give Camp project.
Volunteer and steering committee member, Stuart Smith, has been participating in Cleveland GiveCamp for 4 years. In his post, Coding For Cleveland Charities: GiveCamp 2013, Stuart provides a detailed review of the weekend, including links to various resources and related blog posts. Kevin and Stuart Smith at Cleveland GiveCamp 2013. .