Science Café programs engage scientists and the public in conversation on interesting science topics in a highly social setting. The model was established in England, and its popularity led to rapid spread in various forms throughout the world. It has proven very effective in engaging people from all walks of life with science and scientists. In 2007, Science Education Solutions, with a grant from the National Science Foundation, began an experiment to see if the model could be adapted to appeal to high school teenagers. The program, Café Scientifique New Mexico, has proven highly popular with teens in four towns of diverse character in northern New Mexico. With a new NSF grant, the Teen Science Café Network was formed to allow other individuals and organizations to start up their own versions of the Teen Science Café model, adapted to their local institutions and demographics. This site provides information and resources about starting a Café and joining the network.