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Serve Guam! Commission

Maria Connelley
Executive Director (Interim)

Doris Aguon
Program Manager

Scholastica “Sally” Rivera
Program Officer

414 W. Soledad Avenue
2nd Floor GCIC Building
Hagatna, Guam 96910

Phone: (671) 475-7081/82
Fax: 671) 475-7045

Website: www.guamdol.net
Email: 7e5cbbdc22e9afa7092bd4e8c7a4398b
National Website: www.cns.gov

Peter Barcinas,
Chairman

Doris Crisostomo,
Vice Chair

KenJoe Ada

Antonita Blas

Catalina Cruz

Joseph Claveria

Maria Connelley

Devin Frazier

Geraldine James

Danilo Rapadas

Linda Reyes

Eloise Sanchez

Mayor Melissa Savares

Grace Taitano

Erica Unpingco

EX-OFFICIO
Jim Stone

ALTERNATE
Nellie Asanuma

FY2008 AMERICORPS PROGRAMS:

Department of Agriculture: Organic Watershed Health & Conservation

AmeriCorps members will aid in the planting and propagation of seedlings, which will be used for the restoration of identified watersheds and Organic Farming education and awareness.

Program Director: Peter Terlaje: 734-3946

Department of Youth Affairs: Dedicated Youth Advocates (DYA) AmeriCorps Program

Members will mentor/ homework assist at-risk youth under the Jumpstart and Aftercare Programs and provide constructive out of school activities in various community resource centers.

Program Director: Arleen Tedtaotao: 735-5030/ 31

Inafa'Maolek

Members assigned to each school will recruit and train students to become student conflict coaches.

Program Director: Pat Wolff: 475-1977/ 649-7502

University of Guam AmeriCorps Success Center

Members will provide tutoring, homework assistance and mentoring in order to improve student success. Members will be assigned to various Success Centers in Guam Public High Schools, or private school and or at the UOG Success Centers depending upon member qualifications.

Program Director: Claudia Taitano: 735-2234

Micronesian Business Association - Impact Today!

Members will carry out presentations providing an educational strategy for workplace readiness via lecture, role-playing, group interaction and discussion. Members will also assist in the follow-up component after participants have completed the program.

Program Director: Bobbie Roberto: 647-4742

Sanctuary, Incorporated: Ayuda Para I Komunidat

Members will carry out enrichment activities and have the direct involvement of community volunteers in workshops and classes on improving parenting skills, parent support groups, anger management classes, assistance with developing neighborhood watch programs, tutoring and mentoring for students and youth, and drug and alcohol abuse prevention workshops.

Program Director: George Salas: 475-7101

 

 
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Thursday, 04 December 2008 | Administrator

The Guam Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics is pleased to release the Incidence Rate of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses by Industry and Case Types - 2007 report. Please...
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Number of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses by Industry and Case Type - 2007

Thursday, 04 December 2008 | Administrator

The Guam Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics is pleased to release the Number of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries and Illnesses by Industry and Case Type - 2007 report.   Please...
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