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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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    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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    BAMBOO Invasive Species Awareness & Removal

    Ideal for small groups of students. Cost for this project is little to nothing. Items needed are gloves, saw or machete, pruners, rope, hammer, nails and work clothes and shoes. Preferred location to remove bamboo is southern Guam, with mayor’s approval. Hut construction should be done with permission from the principal or mayor for a school or a community park.
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    Thrive: Coalition for a Drug-Free Dededo

    Be a part of YOUTHrive, a youth-led coalition! It takes all of us to have a vibrant, empowered, and resilient community. As a young leader, you have the ability to support and mobilize the community to prevent our youth from being exposed to drugs and alcohol.

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    MP4 – Micronesia Precious Plastics Pilot Program

    Micronesia Climate Change Alliance (MCCA) is a grassroots network of individuals and organizations dedicated to creating community-centered solutions to climate change. MCCA is a non-profit organization that needs your help reducing plastics going into the island’s landfill. Students will see firsthand Guam’s battle against post-consumer plastic waste and join in the fight to help reduce plastics going into the landfills.


     
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    Community Garden Member at Island Girl Power

    Community Garden plots are available for any member of the community. Adopt your own plot, choose what you will plant and grow, learn how to be a gardener, and share your knowledge with others in the Community Garden community. Once you reap your harvest, you can share it with anyone in your community who needs fresh produce. 
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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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    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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