The Flagship Clubhouse, a Best Buy Teen Tech Center

Where Technology Meets Imagination

A group of Flagship Clubhouse members gather around a green table to work on a project.
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About

For 25 years the Flagship Clubhouse has supported hundreds of youth in developing their passions through projects, workshops, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math) activities, while providing a safe space for exploration of a wide variety of creative technologies. The Flagship Clubhouse was founded in 1993 by The Computer Museum in collaboration with the MIT Media Lab.

The Flagship Clubhouse provides a creative, safe, and free out-of-school learning environment where young people from underserved communities work with adult mentors to explore their own ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology.

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Clubhouse Hours

Sunday:CLOSED
Monday:CLOSED
Tuesday:Girls Day, 2:30 – 6 PM
Wednesday:2:30 – 7 PM
Thursday:2:30 – 7 PM
Friday:2:30 – 8 PM
Saturday:12 – 6 PM

Closed Sunday and Monday
Girls Day, Tuesday 2:30 – 6 PM
Family Open House 1st Saturday of every month

Contact

 Address
2107 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02119
United States

 Organization Email
flagship@theclubhousenetwork.org

 Phone
617-318-3465

 Website
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 Social

Clubhouse Staff

Kahmal London
Coordinator, Network Staff
klondon@theclubhousenetwork.org
KJ Grubbs
Network Staff, Mentor Coordinator
kgrubbs@theclubhousenetwork.org
Solomon McBride
Network Staff, C2C Facilitator
smcbride@theclubhousenetwork.org

Power of Good Podcast Interviews Clubhouse Manager Kahmal London

The “Power of Good” podcast highlights the work of people doing great things, caring things, often life-saving things for other people. The podcast recently paid a visit to The Flagship Clubhouse in Roxbury to speak with Clubhouse Manager Kahmal London.

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