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Los Angeles, CA United States See map: Google Maps Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Water 1 Subscribe to group ...
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Project Exchange is a youth-led, 503c3 nonprofit organization increasing access to cross-cultural experiences for high school & college students around the globe. Our 10-week Digital Exchange Program (DEP) simulates the authentic study abroad experience — through technology, we provide a platform to investigate culture, global citizenship, and change. Not only do we provide 1:1 cross-cultural learning opportunities through the DEP, Project Exchange serves as a platform to invite young changemakers around the globe to engage in cross-cultural conversations about today’s critical issues through our blog, newsletters, social media, and upcoming podcasts & educational live-streams.
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1) Gather information on the needs of pets in our community. 2) Gather supplies and resources. This means shopping and plenty of research! 3? Assemble! 4) Distribute, then keep an eye out in the community and on social media to watch for feedback.
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On Saturday mornings each week, to provide food and water to street cats, and to provide worming pills crushed up into wet food for all newly encountered cats.
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This is the three-part project : Nature/wildlife observation and conservation for children, mindfulness and growth mindset activities for pre-teens, and a global perspectives program for children of all ages.
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Service projects at local nature centers, wildlife observation and conservation activities, etc
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Los Angeles, CA United States See map: Google Maps Air Human Community and Human Condition Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 1 Subscribe to group ...
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We will organize video screenings, quizzes, role-play, talks and debates with my peers and to teachers, and parents.
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1. Brainstorm 2. Map our community 3. Develop an action plan (Students will annotate the amount of observable plastic being used on campus) 4. Carry out action plan (Students will create posters and flyers that will be passed out and posted on campus) 5. Test it out ( Students will see if the posters and flyers worked by annotating the amount of observable plastic being used on campus after the flyers and posters have been distributed)
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1. Brainstorm 2. Map our area 3. Develop an action plan (Within one week, we will observe the amount of individuals that are using plastic in any form on campus) 4. Carry out the action plan (Create posters and flyers that will be passed out by the students to the student body) 5. Test our results. (Count the number of students that are using plastic on campus in one week)

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