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.
Youth who attended the event had the opportunity to engage in a global community, gain new technology skills, learn from mentors and one another, and have fun!
Too rarely are youth given the opportunity to craft their own experiences or build the future they envision.
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.
And the Winners Are…
A Youth Leadership Council (YLC) can support young people’s personal leadership growth, as well as help ensure that youth voices are represented in a Clubhouse’s decision-making.
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.
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, […]