Ongoing Projects

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ONGOING PROJECTS = Projects which are not accepting any more students because sign-up dates have passed. But, these projects are still in the works and have not ended. 

If you are looking for projects for which you can sign up, check OPEN PROJECTS, here.


 

 
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    Sågan Tinanom Nature Park – Plant Survey

    Students are invited to conduct plant surveys within the Sagan Tinanom Nature Park in Dededo. You will use online and written information sources to help you identify, photograph, and catalog native and invasive plant species within designated areas of the park. You will also learn various concepts of forestry as they specifically relate to our island.

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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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    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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    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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    Xokiahi Cares, Inc. Community Support

    Xokiahi Inc. is a non-profit community service organization with many projects to help those in need. You will learn what is needed to run such an organization and help those in need as well. 
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    Carer's Kitchen Community Feeding

    Carer's Kitchen is a project of Xokiahi Cares, a nonprofit community service organization in which a healthy meal is provided to the community and volunteers free of charge. Your help is needed and appreciated in this worthy project. 

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