International Day of the Girl 2014 Event


In honor of International Day of the Girl, the computer Clubhouse of Tacoma’s Girls’ Day program will be creating a Girls’ Empowerment Mobile App!
Here’s how you can help:
1. Tell us why it’s important for Girls to have an education.
2. Send us a picture and short bio about a girl/woman who inspires you.
3. Join us on October 11th! There’s plenty of work to be done including artwork, research, programming, and storytelling.
For more information email


Family Creative Learning Workshops

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Family Creative Learning is a workshop series that engages children and their parents to learn together — as designers and inventors — through the use of creative technologies. The workshops are designed to strengthen the social support and expertise of families with limited access to resources and experiences around computing.

You and your family! (Recommended age for children participating is 7-12)
Free dinner and childcare provided.
No experience with technology needed.

Design and invent together with your family using creative tools like Scratch.
With Scratch, you can program your own games, animations, and stories.
Meet other families from Tacoma and learn about how creativity and computing is relevant to you, your family, and your community.

Five Evenings:

October 2nd       5:30PM – 7:30PM

October 9th         5:30PM – 7:30PM

October 16th      5:30PM – 7:30PM

October 23rd      5:30PM – 7:30PM

October 30th      5:30PM – 7:30PM

Please return all forms by September 29th at The Computer Clubhouse of Tacoma or email to
Space is limited, so reserve your family’s space today!

For more information call Jaleesa at (253) 627-3175 between 12PM and 7PM Monday-Friday.

End of the Summer Celebration

MakerCarnivalJoin the Computer Clubhouse of Tacoma as we celebrate the end of our “Wish it, Dream it, Make it!” summer program with a Maker Carnival!

You will see student projects in the following categories:
Makers in Motion
Art & Design
Fun & Games
Science & Technology
DIY Music
Make: Believe (Sci-Fi)
Everyone is a Maker!
This program-end celebration will be filled with fun & games. In addition to a student showcase, there will also be interactive stations set up around the room so that everyone has the opportunity to be a Maker!


Build Tacoma! Family Build Night and Teen Summit Send Off Celebration



Join the Computer Clubhouse of Tacoma for a LED Build Night, as we celebrate Jade and Alliyah’s trip to the Computer Clubhouse Network Teen Summit! Come learn how to create circuits with LED lights, and create your favorite Tacoma building, house, or neighborhood!
No experience with LED lights and circuits? No problem! Clubhouse members, staff, and volunteers will be on hand to help!

What to bring: Cardboard, glue, paper, plastic bottles, and anything you want to use to create your building. LED lights and batteries will be provided, thanks to Instructables!

**FREE and open to ALL AGES**

Jade and Alliyah are amazing Clubhouse leaders, and we want to send them off to Boston motivated to make a difference. 

More information about Teen Summit

Tacoma, July 9, 2014 – 2 youth leaders from the Computer Clubhouse of Tacoma are heading to Boston, Massachusetts, in July to join nearly 200 other young people for the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network’s 2014 Teen Summit. Youth from 18 countries including India, Jordan, Israel, Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand, Brazil, and the United States will be in Boston from July 29th-August 3rd to explore using technology to make positive change and stand up for youth rights in issues such as education, environment, freedom & safety, health, and speech & expression.
These youth ambassadors, Jade Hicks and Alliyah Peoples, were chosen for their outstanding peer leadership and efforts to give back to their community. Jade and Alliyah, both juniors at Stadium High School, began attending the Computer Clubhouse when they were in middle school. After the sudden passing of former director, Dr. Luversa Sullivan, both girls stopped attending. Within the past year, both girls have returned, and thrived as peer mentors. Jade can usually be found in the music studio recording music or the Make It! Lab teaching LEGO robotics. Alliyah is always coming up with ideas of how to put her new found love of coding to use whether it’s creating a Seahawks animation in Scratch, or creating a 3D game in Alice.