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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    Prutehi Litekyan PSA

    The Ritidian (Litekyan) Unit of the Guam National Widlife Refuge system is under threat of damage due to the proposed *LFTRC (Live-fire Trainning Range Complex) being planned by the DOD (Department of Defense). Learn about the issues involved in this plan, and share what you learn by creating a public service announcement. 
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    Family Food Garden

    For this project, you will create a food garden for your family at your home. When you have reaped a harvest, you will share your produce with those in need of fresh produce. 
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    As Gadao Reforestation Plantings with Forestry

    Come and join in a tree planting event within the Manell Watershed in Merizo.  We will be planting 4,000 trees during each of the events. The events are scheduled on Saturdays: September 8, October 6, and November 10. 
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    Peer Support at JFKHS SY2018-2019

    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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    Manna Fellowship Tutoring Assistants

    Tutoring classes are being held at the Island Girl Power facility by the Manna Fellowship pastor and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kyung, for students in need of this service. In order to work on this project, you will need to be approved by the pastor and his wife.

     
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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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    Rotaract Youth Leadership Conference Day 2

    Earn service learning hours while attending Day 2 of the Rotaract Youth Leadership Conference on Saturday, September 15, 2018. Day 2 of the conference will focus on applyingwhat you've learned from Day 1 into community service activities and networking opportunities
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    Rotaract Youth Leadership Conference Day 1

    Earn service learning hours while attending the Rotaract Youth Leadership Conference on Friday, September 14, 2018! Afterwards, share what you’ve learned and experienced with others who were not able to attend!
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    Sanctuary Incorporated Annual "Too Cool To Do Drugs Youth Conference"

    Sanctuary Incorporated of Guam will be hosting its annual “Too Cool To Do Drugs Youth Conference on Saturday September 15, 2018. This year's theme is "Choose Life, Your Positive High". The focus of this year's conference is to prevent future instance of drugs / alcohol abuse. The conference will feature guest speakers, topics on prevention education and awareness to include hands-on and fun-filled activities that will give you students a chance to take active roles in the conference and share with your communities. The conference will be held at the Pacific Star Hotel from the hours of 8:00 am to 3:00 pm and breakfast/ lunch will be provided.
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    Monologue at the Museum 2019

    Students will contribute to the educational programs at the War in the Pacific National Park by participating in the Monologue at the Museum Writer's Workshop. They will choose a historical figure from the World War II era to research. They will write a monologue that may be performed in a program for the public later in the school year. Students chosen for this project will have the opportunity to participate in many learning experiences designed to give them a rich background from which to write their monologues. It has a service aspect because the Park needs the volunteer service of students to be able to have performable scripts for the next Day at the Museum - performances of these monologues. There will be AT LEAST 10 hours of focused writing time scheduled for their monologues. 
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