“I’ve always been a maker and loved making things with my hands and solving problems.”
Laura Casavantes is a former member of The Gold Crown Clubhouse and Best Buy Teen Tech Center in Colorado. Laura is currently working at a rehabilitation center while pursuing a degree in medical assisting. She hopes to work as a medical sonographer once she graduates.
The #iRobotFor campaign will donate Root coding robots and training to Clubhouse locations
In 2018, Celine discovered The Clubhouse through her school’s Sci-fi and Art Clubs
The Clubhouse Network congratulates Mitchel Resnick, cofounder of The Clubhouse: Where Technology Meets Imagination, on receiving the LEGO Foundation’s 2021 LEGO Prize.
International Day of the Girl serves as a reminder that throughout the year we must be committed to celebrating and lifting up young women in The Clubhouse community.
How The Clubhouse Supports Indigenous Youth
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At The Clubhouse Network, we have a responsibility to help close that gap and that’s why we support STEM education for marginalized youth, including those from Hispanic and Latino/a/x communities.
Around the world, women on average earn 20% less than men. Women of color, immigrant women, and women with children earn even less.