During the month of June, we celebrate Pride Month, and all year round we stand in solidarity with our youth and staff of all sexualities and gender identities.
The Clubhouse Learning Approach is designed to empower youth from all backgrounds to become more capable, creative, and confident learners. This approach is grounded in research from the fields of education, developmental and social psychology, cognitive science, and youth development.
During Black History Month and all year round, we lift up and celebrate Black youth voices.
And the Winners Are…
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.
The Clubhouse Network seeks to amplify creative youth expression and examples of leadership from members about the various ways they are navigating the COVID-19 crisis and the impact it has on their lives.
Make a Pinhole Camera with Household Materials
RE@CH Media Festival public voting period ends Friday, March 20
Public voting will take place online between March 2 and March 20, 2020