Our Teen Tech Center is sponsored by Best Buy and established with the support of The Clubhouse Network to engage and inspire youth through the operations of the Teen Tech Center. Young people, ages 13 to 18, will have the opportunity to create art, music and animations; design science simulations and mobile applications; write and illustrate interactive poetry, stories, and film; build kinetic sculptures and robotic constructions; and design their own 3D worlds and games using state-of-the-art technology and professional software tools.

The Teen Tech Center is part of Best Buy’s commitment to fuel the next generation of innovators. We provide a safe out-of-school time learning environment where youth can explore their ideas, develop new skills, and build confidence in themselves through the use of technology. This creative environment encourages youth to express themselves while developing critical 21st century skills.

This free after-school program runs from Monday through Friday, and teens are invited to drop in from 3:30  – 7:30 p.m. on any of these days.

For more information regarding enrollment and volunteer opportunities, please call 210-414-5879 or email


To be eligible for membership, you must:

  • be 13-18 years old
  • have a completed parent packet at the time of your first visit


Family Service – The Neighborhood Place
3014 Rivas St.
San Antonio, TX 78228
(210) 431-7500

Clubhouse-to-Career Pathways Opportunities

Summer Internship Application Form

Paid Summer Internship Opportunity

If you are age 16-24 and interested in the 2019 Summer Internship Program, you MUST complete an application and interview by October 12, 2018. And, commit to the training schedule created by the administration team, as well as be available to work in a paid internship during the Summer of 2019.

For application information, please email:

  • Sara Santiago,
  • Call Sara Santiago at 210-414-5879
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The Best Buy Teen Tech Center @ Family Service  is a member of The Clubhouse Network, a program of the Museum of Science, Boston in collaboration with the MIT Media Lab. For more information, visit

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