Federal government-provided pandemic funds worth $36.9 million will now fund Guam projects that offer after-school activities or help the island’s youth among other projects.
The funding pot will also pay for certain mayors’ office staffers getting training under the Franklin Covey The Leader in Me and 7 Habits of Highly Effective People program.
A few nonprofits received million-dollar grants including Todu Guam Foundation and HunterSpeaks.
Seventy-seven projects were selected under the Governor’s Education Assistance and Youth Empowerment Grant.
The program aims to fund student and youth engagement and support activities. The $36.9 million comes from the Education Stabilization Funds allocated to the Office of the Governor and unexpended grant funds…