Makerspace on Fridays

Makerspace integrates online tools for design collaboration with low-cost op...


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High School

September - May Monday - Thursday 5:00-7:30pm Our high school prog...


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Middle School

Session 1: January - February Session 2: March - April Session 3: May ...


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Marinovators

Marinovators, is a term created by Clubhouse members to represent the in...


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Young Makers

January - May Mondays Thursdays 3:30-5pm Saturda...


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LunaTech For Girls

Wednesdays 3 - 5pm LunaTech is a program designed to introduce middle scho...


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Our Mission

The Computer Clubhouse provides a creative and safe learning environment where young people work with adult mentors to explore their own ideas, develop skills, and build confidence through the use of technology.

Codemaker Club

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This summer we're using CODE to create awesome DIY MAKER projects. Its' a chance to learn programming and build core craft skills for making with our laser cutter and 3D printer.  Make an app for your smartphone, design and print 3D models, use javascript in Minecraft, build a LED light display controlled by a Makey Makey.  Program Arduino, PiRasberry and Galilleo microcontrolers.

One week for girls. One week for boys. Click Codemaker Registration to register or email questions.

Intel Computer Clubhouse

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Here in San Rafael, youth ages 11- 20 can discover and explore how multimedia is created and shared in a networked digital world. Whether on stage, behind the camera, or through hands-on projects, youth learn how to create meaningful media that is shared with friends, family, and the community. Working with both Middle School and High School youth, we provide project-based learning to foster and train youth to become technically competent, while having fun designing and developing their projects.

MARIN R.O.P. MEDIA CENTER

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The Intel Clubhouse in partnership with the Marin County Office of Education (MCOE)Regional Occupational Program (ROP) is developing  curriculum for 21st century technical skills through project based learning. The new curricular structure for The Marin ROP Media Center activities incorporates the California Department of Education’s (CDE) Foundation Standards in the Multimedia and Engineering Industry Sectors.  Audio and video production along with graphics, 3D prototyping, mobile “app” development and robotics are some of the projects for Marin county middle and high school youth.

1115 Third Street     San Rafael, CA 94901          (415) 459-6884