The Intel Computer Clubhouse Network
Inspiring youth through technology
Computer Clubhouse volunteers, often referred to as Mentors, join a unique community of young people and adults who create, invent, and explore together using the latest in computer technology. Clubhouse Mentors are usually university students, artists, educators, graphic designers, software developers, architects, Clubhouse Member alumni, and community members. If you’d like to become a Mentor, let us know!
Start a Clubhouse yourself! New Computer Clubhouses are still being launched with the support of local funders and corporate partners. Clubhouses offer many benefits, including:
- Access to a proven learning model
- Startup training and marketing materials
- Mentor and liaison support
- Scholarships for Clubhouse youth
- Clubhouse collaborations with fellow organizations around the world
- Professional development opportunities
The Intel Computer Clubhouse Network serves youth from over 100 underserved communities in 20 different countries around the world. Partnering with the Clubhouse Network can offer organizations many rewards, including the knowledge that your company has helped touch the lives of young people in need.
Here are just some of the ways organizations can get involved:
- Start or Support a Clubhouse—Bring hope to youth in poor neighborhoods.
- Sponsor a Program—Effect positive social change by sponsoring innovative youth programming.
- Support Professional Development—Help us work to provide the best programming.
- Sponsor the Teen Summit—Be part of this annual event!
- Financial or In-kind Contributions—Consider a donation or other type of charitable gift.
- Donate Time or Talent—Volunteer at a Computer Clubhouse.
Intel Computer Clubhouse: Learn More
Clubhouses are fun, safe environments where young people can discover themselves creatively.
Become a Mentor and Inspire Others
Mentors help Clubhouse members invent, create, and explore together. Learn more about what they do.