In September 2020 The Clubhouse Network provided Youth Leadership Council (YLC) Mini-grants to six Clubhouses around the world to either launch or amplify youth leadership at their site.
Through the Clubhouse Network’s unique group mentoring program, Clubhouse Mentors join a community of young people and adults who create, invent, and explore together using the latest in technology. Clubhouse Mentors spend time weekly at The Clubhouse, where they collaborate, build community, and use technology for creative self-expression. In the Clubhouse, young people are encouraged to follow their own interests and Mentors are there to support them through that process. Mentors do not teach classes, but rather become mutual learners.
Too rarely are youth given the opportunity to craft their own experiences or build the future they envision.
The Clubhouse Network is proud to be a supporting partner of The National Mentoring Summit, January 27-29, 2021
January is National Mentoring Month. Our commitment to quality mentoring never waned, even in the face of quarantine, reduced Clubhouse hours, and reduced capacity.
Virtual mentoring can take many forms.
Mentors from ListoAmerica and The Best Buy Teen Tech Center @ Hennepin County Library-Minneapolis Central participate in The Clubhouse Network’s Youth Leadership Summit in Washington, DC From January 28 through 31, 2020, The Clubhouse Network held a Youth Leadership Summit in Washington, DC where teen mentors spoke to their legislators about the power of mentoring, […]
On October 15, 2019, The Clubhouse Network was awarded the nation’s highest honor in STEM mentoring.
Hint: It has little to do with tech knowledge
In the Clubhouse, young people are encouraged to follow their own interests and Mentors are there to support them through that process.