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OPEN PROJECTS = Projects which are still accepting students, because project sign-up dates have not passed. These are projects for which you may be able to sign up!



 
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    Broken Crayon Project

    Come help us with our annual Broken Crayon Project! Every year, we put out a call to teachers, students, and families at the end of the school year to donate their used school supplies to this project. Because of our mission to serve the far-flung islands of Micronesia, we are able to send these school supplies to communities that need them. We will need your help to collect, box, and prepare these donations for shipping. 
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    Coral Reef Monitoring

    Ever wondered what it’s like to be a marine scientist? Learn about Guam’s coral reefs and how to survey while snorkeling at the beach. 

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    What can be done about Invasive Species?

    Learn about the invasive species problems affecting Guam and come up with an action plan of what you can do to help. 
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    Rain Gardens

    Build your own rain garden and help our environment too! As excess rain water washes over streets, parking lots and lawns, it can pick up and  carry many items and pollutants itno our rivers and oceans, leading to water pollution and unhealthy coral reefs. Rain gardens are important because they increase the amount of rain water that recharges to ground water, reducing flooding and erosion problems. 
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    Keep Guam Beautiful, Ritidian Monthly Beach Cleanup

    Keep Guam Beautiful is a community-oriented cleanup campaign conducted by the National Park Service, in partnership with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service conducts cleanups at Ritidian Refuge on the first Saturday of every month and the National Park Service conducts cleanups the second Saturday of every month at varying locations. 

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    Get Out the Vote

    Voter turnout is not where it should be. Help to get more people to the polls by planning and implementing a Get Out the Vote campaign. Share information about the importance of voting and how to register. 
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    Monthly Observances - Ribbon Awareness

    Here is a service learning project you can do if you have internet access. Learn about ribbon awareness and how it is related to health and social issues. Share ribbons and information with your friends, family, and community.
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    Hal's Angels Field Beautification

    If you are a supporter of Hal's Angels Football, then you have an opportunity for service learning. The football field needs constant maintenance! 
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    Maps of Guam and Micronesia Inventory

    If you are interested in maps, geography, and our location in the Pacific and the world, this is a great opportunity for service learning. You will be helping reserchers at the University of Guam to organize their map collection. 
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    Learning Chamorro Website Feedback

    A website has been developed at the University of Guam for anyone interested in learning to speak the Chamorro language. To assure its success, especially among high school students, the website developer is inviting students to give feedback as a service learning project.
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