For 25 years the Flagship Clubhouse has supported hundreds of youth in developing their passions through projects, workshops, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math) activities, while providing a safe space for exploration of a wide variety of creative technologies. The Flagship Clubhouse was founded in 1993 by The Computer Museum in collaboration with the MIT Media Lab.
Our drop-in format allows Members the flexibility to pursue their own work in a way that matches their schedules. There are no reservations required or minimum time commitment involved.
Some of the things you can do at the Clubhouse:
- Use graphic design tools like Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator
- Create 3D models using Autodesk123D Design, TinkerCad, Sculptris, and SketchUp
- Build your own website and learn programming with Wix, Axure, and Scratch
- Design your own video game with RPG Maker
- Make stuff with markers, paints, prints, a vinyl cutter, a pottery wheel, and a heat press
The Flagship is one of 100 Clubhouses around the world encouraging young people to explore their own ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology. Learn more about The Clubhouse Network.