The Computer Clubhouse model does not dictate a specific curriculum that young people must follow. Rather, it seeks to encourage young people to develop projects based around their own interests. This project based methodology has been proven to be particularly effective with young people who have been alienated from the mainstream education process.

The project seeks to build on the skills base of marginalised young people by reigniting a desire for learning. It does so by encouraging them to undertake projects related to their own interests and by stimulating their creative skills in an informal environment.

Programs are designed to facilitate team working and collaboration both in the centre, across both centres and internationally. By rekindling a desire for learning and education and by stimulating and developing their creativity, the project will have beneficial effects on their educational prospects in general.