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Project AIM

Project AIM

PROJECT AIM  TRiO PROGRAM - Aim for your Highest! 

Project AIM Team
Administrator & Staff PAIM Tutors
Fermina Sablan
Program Director
James Fathal
Program Coordinator

Megann Rojas
Administrative Aide

Jada Aldan
Kristian Ayson
Mary Baladad
Shekinah Cruz
Jeremiah Hecita
Katrina Macasaquit 
Kenly Magwili

FA2019 PAIM Orientation

About Our Program

Project AIM is a TRIO, Student Support Services Program that is federally-funded and serves eligible post-secondary students enrolled in Guam Community College. Project AIM’s goal is to provide the academic and personal support necessary to help students graduate and transfer to a four-year institution. PAIM Brochure

Our Mission

To provide quality student support services and education so our students can succeed in life and college, graduate and/or transfer to a bachelors degree or beyond. 


Project AIM provides a wealth of services that help students to succeed in earning a degree or certificate in their chosen field. These services include:
  • Academic Advising
  • Mentorship See Mentorship Guidelines 
  • Financial Aid Support - FAFSA & Scholarship searches and application
  • Financial Literacy
  • Tutoring Assistance 
  • Career Counseling 
  • Cultural Enrichment Activities
  • Project Aim Resource and Computer Lab
  • Information Transfer


Project AIM participants must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident and enrolled in or accepted to GCC. Students must have a need for academic support and must also meet one or more of the following criteria:
  • First-generation in college (parents have not earned a Bachelor's degree)
  • Documented disability
  • Low income as defined by federal regulations

PAIM Forms
Project AIM-TRiO Application Form
Update Form
Academic Advising Contract/Report
Student Educational Plan
Mentorship Contract/Report
Mid-Term Progress Report
Exit Interview

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Financial Aid Office
Library/Learning Resource Center
Student Support Services
Admissions and Records
Assessment and Counseling
Student Health Center

U.S. Department of Education 2019 Low-Income Level Guideline