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Congratulations to Flagship Clubhouse Member Parmis Mokhtari-Dizaji on being named a finalist twice in The Clubhouse Network’s 6th Annual Global RE@CH Media Festival!
In this recording of a live YouTube session, Flagship Clubhouse Manager Kahmal London builds a beat using BandLab.
The Flagship Clubhouse is honored to receive a Youth Development Fund grant from The City of Boston! Thank you to the City of Boston, Mayor Marty Walsh, and the Mayor’s Office of Health and Human Services for supporting youth empowerment and creative expression. Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Offices of Health and Human Services and Public Safety today announced the nonprofit organizations selected to receive grants from the 2021 Youth Development Fund. Totaling $885,000 in funding, 34 Boston-based organizations...
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Following the guidance of state and local authorities, we have made the difficult decision to close The Flagship Clubhouse at 2107 Washington St. in Roxbury beginning Monday, March 16 and continuing at least through Saturday, March 21.
The Power of Good podcast recently paid a visit to The Flagship Clubhouse in Roxbury to speak with Clubhouse Manager Kahmal London
A Flagship Clubhouse Alum shares reflections from his C2C experience and his aspirations for the International Clubhouse Alumni Network
Grant Will Expand Existing Workforce Readiness Program The Clubhouse Network was recently awarded a $100,000 grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). The Makerspace Training, Collaboration and Hiring (MaTCH) Pilot Competition, recently launched by the SBA, provides funding to expand programs with job-specific and soft-skills training within existing makerspaces. The SBA awarded $1 million in prize money to only 12 organizations across the entire country. The grant will fund The Clubhouse Network’s new Skill-based Opportunities for Advancement and Readiness...
This Out-of-School Educator Pays It Forward This article originally appeared in the July/August 2019 issue of The Soultown magazine published by Cherie Nelson-Kabba, Clubhouse Coordinator at The Clubhouse @ Redwood City Boys & Girls Club. It is republished with permission. Kahmal London is in the business of inspiration. He spends his afternoons with Boston’s teens, providing them with space and tools to explore and create. On some days he’s teaching youth to illustrate using a stylus and a tablet, other days he’s...