Open Projects

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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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    Ideal for individuals or small groups of students. Research work can be primarily online. Some organizations require a Photo release and presentation permission needed before process can begin. This project allows the student to work from home with limited transportation and printing needed.
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    MONTHLY OBSERVANCES

    Ideal for individuals or small groups of students. Research work can be primarily online. Find out what the monthly observances are for each month in the year and have students work in groups to find out what the national observances mean and if there are any colors that go with the cause.
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    Island Girl Power Mentoring and Leadership Classes

    Ideal for students interested in teaching or social services. The Scope of volunteer work will involve supervising activities, teaching a class or providing mentorship to a young IGP Member ages 7-14yrs. An example of classes that we are looking for are art, cooking, automotive, music, theater, computer, book clubs, dance, cultural arts and so much more. 
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    Reach Out and Read (Early Literacy Project )

    Ideal for individuals or small groups of students. Support this project of Island Girl Power/ The Ayuda Foundation. REACH OUT AND READ seeks to work with highly motivated volunteer readers in the community and schedule them to read to children that are generally underserved at our various Public Health Centers across the island. 
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    Guam Earth Bucket

    Ideal for individuals or small groups of students. Large groups can be done given space, equipment and materials are easy to find. Preferred location to facilitate project is at the student’s home, youth center or community location. This project uses mostly recycled items and allows the student to work from home in cases of transportation issues.
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    Community Garden

    Excellent project for a group of students. Can be done through UOG Cooperative Extension or Island Girl Power Community Garden Locations.
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    ADOPT A PARK

    There are 12 parks in Kaiser Dededo, around 6 in Liguan with a combined total of more than 100 in 10 of our villages on Guam. These are Neighborhood Parks built within housing developments,  such as Pagachao-Agat, Liguan &, Kaiser, Dededo and many more.
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    Invasive Species Awareness & Removal

    Educational campaign from Guam Waterworks and EPA to bring awareness about Drinking Water and Ground Water- classroom lessons...
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    Family Garden

    Ideal for individuals or small groups of students to partner on each other’s garden . Cost for this project depends on materials available, donations and borrowed resources. Preferred location to facilitate project is at the student’s home, youth center or community location.
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    TARO / BANANA PATCH Rain Garden

    Excellent project for a group of students. Can be done on school premises, public park (Both with permission) or on private property. Project location must be thoughtfully considered, it must have access to storm water, drain water, or roadway runoff.
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