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 2019-2020

    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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    Fanoghe March

    Hafa Adai Students! Be a part of history and show your islander pride by participating in and/or observing the "Fanohge: March for CHamoru Self-Determination". The activity is open to all GDOE students. 
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    Peer Support at JFKHS 2019-2020

    If you are interested in teaching or helping students who have disabilities, Mrs. San Nicholas at JFKHS is providing this service learning opportunity to give these special students support. 
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    Manell Tree Plantings

    Guam forestry will be planting 12,000 trees over a 33-acre footprint in the southern most village of Guam, Malesso. These trees will aid in reducing the amount of sediment that enters nearshore waters which have negative impacts on coral and marine health.
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    Gametime’s THE HUDDLE

    Gametime is seeking HIGH SCHOOL students to assist in he Huddle program at various schools during the school year (elementary & middle school) and the summer (summer school). Gametime Inc. is a non-profit, faith-based organization established on the island of Guam in 2014. Gametime Inc. is founded by two couples: John V. & Fina Leon Guerrero and Brian & Bernice McGill. They envisioned starting the Gametime Inc. as a way to take their passion for God, people, and health and give back to the people of Guam. The HUDDLE program is 
     
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    Youth Nation

    Empower and educate youth in various communities to live healthy positive lifestyles through sports and physical activities.
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    Ayuda Foundation Research Assistance

    Humanitarian non-profit organization needs research on a variety of projects on Guam and throughout Micronesia for grant funding proposals. Make a difference and support research on grants that improve the quality of life for Pacific Islanders.
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