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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    Ironkids After School Program

    Love working with kids, making an impact and changing the future? Then sign up for this project to  tutor and help out at Ironwood Housing in Dededo.
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    Basketball Clinic in the Park

    A basketball court is located in formerly abandoned parks that Island Girl Power has adopted. You can serve your community by teaching younger children the skills and rules of the game. At the same time, you are making use of this park in a positive way to promote a healthy lifestyle. 
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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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    ProStart Cooking and Nutrition Classes at Island Girl Power

    If you are a ProStart student at any of the the designated high schools, you have an opportunity to earn service learning hours by applying the skills you are acquiring in this program. You will teach a cooking and nutrition class at the Island Girl Power Clubhouse. 
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    Adopt A Wall - Park Beautification

    Island Girl Power in Dededo has adopted nearby neighborhood parks in Kaiser Dededo to restore and maintain. There are large walls that are available for painting of murals. This project is an opportunity for students to plan a mural, to raise funds for it, and to paint it. Doing this will help provide the neighborhood with a positive environment in which to play and relax. 
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    Friends of the Park - Kaiser

    To provide families with a safe place to play and relax, Island Girl Power has adopted neighborhood parks in the Kaiser Dededo area, but needs help maintaining these parks.
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    Guam Earth Buckets: Sub-irrigated Planters

    Making an Earth Bucket is a hands-on way to start your own garden and learn environmentally friendly ways to do so. 
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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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    Reach Out and Read

    Do you love books and reading? If you would like to share your love of books and reading with young children that may not have access to books of their own, here is a service learning project you were meant to do! 
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