Mondays from 3:00-6:00 p.m. and Wednesdays from 3:00-7:00 p.m. at Guahan Sustainable Culture’s main office at the Chamorro Village.
*Other volunteer opportunities under this program will become available in the near future. To be notified, follow us on Facebook and Instagram at gusustainable or visit https://gusustainable.org/events/
Students must be in good mental, emotional and social health and be able to function in a group setting in a positive and cooperative manner that displays tolerance and respect for themselves and others. Appropriate attire includes: a t-shirt, comfortable bottoms, socks, and closed-toe shoes. It is also recommended to bring a water bottle, sunscreen, and a bag to hold all personal items.
Students will participate in a variety of food distribution and relief services. These services include weighing and packaging produce, greeting and interacting with customers, processing payments, assisting with donation efforts and more.
Each students’ volunteer reflection should answer 5 or more of the following questions:
Who did my project serve?
What activities did I participate in?
Where was this service-learning project location(s)?
What obstacles did I have face during my service-learning project?
How did I overcome them?
What community need was served by our service-learning project?
How did this project affect me?
How did this project affect the local community?