Open a Clubhouse yourself! Clubhouses are being launched around the world by supporters like you.

Benefits of The Clubhouse Network

  • Access to the program learning model plus start-up training, mentoring resources, and ongoing programmatic support
  • Evaluation and assessment tools for program analysis and development
  • Communication and collaboration tools for marketing and fundraising plus access to the Clubhouse Village, an online network that encourages Clubhouse members and coordinators to share projects and resources
  • Ongoing professional development including annual conferences and regional workshops
  • Youth development resources such as scholarships and participation in Teen Summit, a biannual Boston event bringing together Clubhouse youth leaders from around the world to share experiences, best practices, ideas, and inspirations


In order to ensure the successful launch of a Clubhouse, the following requirements must be in place prior to contacting the Network:
Youth-focused mission
A willingness to provide youth, ages 10-18, from underserved communities with opportunities for open-ended exploration weekdays after school and on the weekends for a minimum of 20 hours per week

Community-based location
An available space (approximately 1200 square feet or 110 square meters) within an organization that can be converted into a Clubhouse

Established resources
Already-identified startup and ongoing operational funding to support a full-time staff member and equip the space with Clubhouse recommended technologies

If you are interested in starting a Clubhouse near you, please contact Gail Breslow, Director of The Clubhouse Network, at gbreslow@mos.org or 617-589-0387.



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