From May 9 through May 13, each day The Clubhouse Network will present several category winners on YouTube.
During Black History Month and all year round, we lift up and celebrate Black youth voices.
“I’ve always been a maker and loved making things with my hands and solving problems.”
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.
And the Winners Are…
In this video, we see how young people from across The Clubhouse Network are leveraging their voices to make meaningful changes within their communities.
The Gum Springs Community Center Clubhouse Coordinator Speaks with the creator of The RE@CH Media Festival.
Moyana Olivia, a member at The Best Buy Teen Tech Center at Hope Community Inc., talks to Sunny Hostin on The View about her original song “X-Ray!”
The Gum Springs Community Center Coordinator Speaks with Smithsonian Coordinator about “Peace Warriors for the Arts” Exhibit and Youth Engagement.
Alumni Elizya Powell, Alexander Cash, and Angela Barnett have stepped to the forefront to help bring about awareness and change.