Announcements

  • 6TH ANNUAL RE@CH MEDIA FESTIVAL Now accepting submissions

    We are proud to announce the launch of our sixth-annual Global Clubhouse Network media festival, RE@CH: Revolutionizing Expression At The Clubhouse. We are excited to officially open the submission process NOW! 
  • Youth Leadership Council and Alumni Chapter Mini-grant Apps Due Sep 15

    Our global community faces many challenges that require leadership from all people to create innovative solutions. Now, more than ever, we need youth voice and leadership to reimagine our world and rebuild a more equitable society. The Clubhouse Network is committed to supporting all Members and Alumni in their personal growth and leadership development journey. To this end, we are excited to offer two opportunities: Please consider applying for either a Youth Leadership Council Mini-Grant to launch or support ongoing community and leadership among your Clubhouse Members OR an Alumni Chapter Mini-Grant to keep your alumni learning, connected and engaged. Clubhouses may apply for one mini-grant opportunity only, up to $1,000. 
  • Free Webinar for Alumni August 18

    A Career in the Digital Arts - Hosted by Bustle Digital Group

    Join Bustle Digital Group (BDG) to learn more about digital media and all of BDG brands. BDG will also announce the New Mentorship Program, internship, and job openings for Clubhouse Alumni! Come meet Iman Haririkia, Sex & Relationships Editor for BDG, Molly Kugelman, Art Director for BDG, and Estefani Alarcon, Clubhouse Alumna and HR Coordinator at BDG to learn more about how they got started in the industry.
  • MINI-GRANTS FOR ALUMNI CHAPTERS AND YOUTH LEADERSHIP COUNCILS

    Now, more than ever, we need youth voice and leadership to reimagine our world and rebuild a more equitable society. Please consider applying for either a Youth Leadership Council Mini-Grant to launch or support ongoing community and leadership among your Clubhouse Members OR an Alumni Chapter Mini-Grant to keep your alumni learning, connected and engaged. Clubhouses may apply for one mini-grant opportunity only, up to $1,000. 
  • Upcoming Virtual Alumni Meet-up

    Share with your alumni!

    SAVE THE DATE: JULY 16

    Offered at three different times: 9 AM ET, 4 PM ET, and 8 PM ET

    Clubhouse Alumni are invited to this special networking event to reconnect with old friends and meet new alumni from around the world. At this meet-up, we will announce new programming and upcoming events that are exclusive to Clubhouse Alumni. We will also use this opportunity to hear what alumni need and want from their program. Hosted by Clubhouse Network Staff, Jeff Arthur and Christine Monska, this conversation will also include alumni-facilitated breakout sessions to provide smaller, informal conversations with one another. Spread the news far and wide about this virtual gathering to welcome new alumni and connect with other members of the International Clubhouse Alumni Network (ICAN)! We look forward to your alumni joining us!

    Please Note: This meet-up is open to alumni only.

  • Welcome Graduating Seniors to Alumni Association

    This is an invitation and welcome letter to send to your Clubhouse Members who are now 19 years of age.  These young people are now alumni, entering a new phase in their life, and we want to ensure they know that our global network is here to support them with resources for personal and professional growth as they transition out of the role of Member.
  • Youth Voice in the Time of COVID-19

    The Clubhouse Network seeks to amplify creative youth expression and examples of leadership from members about the various ways they are navigating the COVID-19 crisis and the impact it has on their lives. We believe this is a time when self-expression, self-care, and community are critical tools for survival. To that end, we make this call for submissions to lift up all youth voices in our communities and to ensure that everyone is being heard.
  • April and May Zoom Gatherings

    In our recent survey, you told us you were interested in more opportunities to connect with your colleagues online. That's why we're preparing more gatherings using Zoom for professional development and more.

    During April and May, we're offering the following topics:

    • The Village Redesign
    • Coding Virtual and Augmented Reality
    • Zoom Happy Hour
    Each topic will be offered at several times so choose the topics and time that work best for you.
  • How Are You Serving Your Youth?

    We’ve developed this brief survey to help us at The Network better understand the landscape of our community as we face this pandemic together.

    Please complete this short survey by Friday, April 10, 2020.

    Your participation in this survey will help us prepare the tools necessary to support you and your Clubhouse.

  • Cancellation of Teen Summit

    The Clubhouse Network has made the difficult decision to cancel our Teen Summit scheduled for July 14 to 19, 2020, due to the constantly evolving situation involving the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Naturally, we are concerned first and foremost about the health and well-being of the Clubhouse community and don’t want to do anything to increase the risk of spreading the disease.

    We recognize that the Teen Summit is a highly anticipated event for our community and, particularly, a formative event for our youth. This is our first time canceling this event in its history and we do not do so lightly. We are already considering how we may deliver some of the Summit content online, though we know this is no substitute for the in-person experience.
  • Cancellation of Annual Conference 2020

    We regret to inform you that The Clubhouse Network has made the difficult decision to cancel our Annual Conference scheduled for March 30 – April 1, 2020 in New Orleans due to concern about, and repercussions caused by, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Naturally, we are concerned about the health and well-being of our TCN community, and have been closely monitoring the situation over the last month. More recently, however, we have learned that many of our presenters, sponsors, and members will be unable to attend the conference, thereby undermining and frustrating the very purpose of the conference itself.
  • New Job Openings at The Clubhouse Network

    We're hiring for two new positions based in Roxbury, MA, USA
    • Professional Development Manager
    • Evaluation and Impact Program Manager
  • Reserve Your Hotel Room for Annual Conference

    The conference will be held at the Westin Canal Place Hotel, 100 Iberville St, New Orleans, LA, USA 70130.

    A block of rooms has been reserved for participants from Sunday, March 29, 2020, through Thursday, April 2, 2020, at the discounted rate of $189 + taxes USD.

    To make reservations, call 1 (504) 566-7006 and reference "The Clubhouse Network Annual Conference" or RESERVE ONLINE. Deadline for Reservation is March 2, 2020.

    RESERVE YOUR HOTEL ROOM

  • Annual Conference Session Proposals Due Feb 3

    We are now accepting session proposals for the upcoming conference in support of our theme:  "Deepening our Commitment to Inclusive Youth Leadership."

    Please consider submitting a proposal for a 60 minute, 90 minute or full/half-day post-conference session that relates to the conference theme.

    Proposals due February 3.
  • Save the Date for Teen Summit 2020!

    We are excited to announce that Teen Summit will take place from July 14 to July 19, 2020 at Babson College located in Wellesley, MA.

    Stay tuned for more information about Teen Summit 2020 in the coming months. 

    For any immediate questions, you may reach out to Christine Monska, Youth Leadership Program Manager at cmonska@theclubhousenetwork.org or 617-318-3467.

  • Video for Alumni: Microaggressions in the Workplace

    On Friday, November 8, 2019, The Clubhouse Network and the International Clubhouse Alumni Network hosted a webinar discussing the multiple ways microaggressions show up in the workplace and what to do about them.

    Network staff gave advice on how to recognize and interrupt microaggressions while also nurturing and maintaining your well-being. A recording of that webinar is on The Network's website.