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The Intel Computer Clubhouse Network

Inspiring youth through technology

The philosophy of the Computer Clubhouse program is “beyond access” — which means that a Computer Clubhouse is more than just a place with computers and internet access. The program is guided by these four principles:

  • Support hands-on design experiences
  • Help youth build on their own interests
  • Serve an emerging community of learners
  • Create an environment of respect and trust

Community organizations that are selected to host Computer Clubhouses receive assistance and resources to set up technology centers. Staff are then trained to involve youth in projects such as computer-generated art, music, video, and animation; building kinetic sculptures and robots; and developing Web pages. In this way, Clubhouse members not only learn how to be effective users of technology, they learn how to design and create it.

Students can also prepare for higher education and gain exposure to career opportunities through the Clubhouse-to-College/Clubhouse-to-Career program. Clubhouses even work with sponsors, companies, and organizations to provide mentors and internships.

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“I learned you can be what you want to be, not what other people want... The Clubhouse has made all of this possible.”

—Shatha Al Hmoud, Computer Clubhouse alumna, Jordan

Intel Computer Clubhouse: Learn More

Intel Computer Clubhouse: Learn More

Clubhouses are fun, safe environments where young people can discover themselves creatively.

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Become a Mentor and Inspire Others

Become a Mentor and Inspire Others

Mentors help Clubhouse members invent, create, and explore together. Learn more about what they do.

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Find an Intel Computer Clubhouse

Find an Intel Computer Clubhouse

Computer Clubhouses are located all over the world, from Argentina to Taiwan. Find one near you.

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Intel Computer Clubhouse Network