Past Projects

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PAST PROJECTS = Projects which are not accepting any more students and have already ended. We have left these projects here for your reference. 

 

 
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    Guam Department of Agriculture Planting Events

    Plant trees to help care for our native ecosystems. The Guam Department of Agriculture performs plantings to help reforest Guam all throughout the island. Most of our plantings this year will be located in the southern portion of the island. 
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    Li’l Sprouts Academy

    Starting September 6, 2022 volunteers will join our team to help alongside our Program Directors and Coordinators by assisting our Li’l Sprouts Academy participants in classroom and garden activities. Students will gain skills in organizing, planning, and improving their communication, teamwork, and leadership skills.
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    MicrONEsian Youth Forum

    Join our MicrONEesian Youth Forum, where you can learn and connect with different high school students around the island! The youth forum will be guided by subject matter experts who will engage students in facilitated discussions on the following topics: Drugs & Alcohol Prevention, College Awareness and Career Readiness, Environmental Stewardship, and Cultural Preservation and Identity. After the MicrONEsian Youth Forum event, students will work together for a span of 3 weeks to create an awareness project based on their respective groups. The hours accumulated for the awareness project, will count towards their service learning hours. 
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    Peer Support at JFKHS 2021-2022

    If you are interested in teaching or helping students who have disabilities, Ms. San Nicolas at JFKHS is providing this service learning opportunity to give these special students support. If you do not attend JFKHS and would like to use this project as a model, please do. You can either find a teacher at your school who would support you, or contact Ms.San Nicolas at JFK for guidance on how to proceed.
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    Thank a Soldier Project

    Ideal for individuals or groups of students. Students write short letters to soldiers that are deployed to give their support and best wishes. 
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    Too Cool to Do Drugs Virtual Youth Conference 2020

    Sanctuary, Incorporated of Guam is hosting our Too Cool to Do Drugs virtual youth conference this September! We intend to reach out to provide service learning opportunity for all middle and high school students during our upcoming conference on September 12, 2020.

    As a non-profit community-based organization, we seek to reach out to Guam’s youth and offer education and prevention skills in the struggles of substance abuse, suicide, and social/interpersonal relationships.

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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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    Guam Head Start Program Children’s Fitness Fair

    Come join the Guam Head Start Program as we MOVE, LEARN and PLAY!  Help us promote health and wellness by encouraging exercise for children ages 2 to 10 years old.
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    E-Soccer Guam 2020


    Be an assistant coach of children of differing ages with special needs and typically developing children, or be a player-mentor on the same team with similar aged teens with special needs and typically developing teens.




     
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    Day at the Museum: Preservation in Action

    Calling all Guam high school students with a passion for theatre! A Day at the Museum, Preservation in Action combines fine art and theatre with Guam World War II History to encourage and educate Guam high school students, their families, and the community, to engage with the stories of people during World War II on Guam.
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