The Intel Computer Clubhouse Network is an international community of 100 Computer Clubhouses located in 20 countries worldwide. Each Computer Clubhouse provides a creative and safe out-of-school learning environment where young people from underserved communities work with adult mentors to explore their ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology.
The Computer Clubhouse of Tacoma was founded in 2001 and in the Hilltop neighborhood. Our Clubhouse has served hundreds of youth in the city of Tacoma, and they continue to come back to help others.


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  1. As someone who was there almost at the inception of the Tacoma Clubhouse, I am extremely proud to see the legacy continued. For all of the parents, you should be jumping with joy, read this blog, see the photos, the youtube videos, twitter; your children are smart, articulate, and eager learners-and they look good too! To the volunteers, thank you for giving of yourselves, your reward is contained in the aforementioned mediums. As to the coordinator, Jaleesa, I am totally biased yet still so impressed. Your dedication and professionalism, your knowledge and sacrifice are living embodiment of “each one teach one, lifting as we climb…”As a parent, it is so affirming to see you taking up the challenge, along with, Naomi, Jevetta, Seinna, and other clubhouse alumni bearing the fruit of many labors. Thanks to Allen Renaissance for keeping the clubhouse open. To the scholars and innovators of the clubhouse, you make me so proud, give yourselves a huge high-five.

    With awe and respect,
    Addie Bridges-Hunt

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