Students Talk About Race (STAR) is a unique diversity program designed to connect GCC students to local middle and high schools.
You are trained as a facilitator and placed at a local middle or high school in teams of two to three facilitators. For one hour per week for eight weeks, you will facilitate a discussion about the topics covered in the STAR program, including: Stereotyping, prejudice, racism, homophobia, sexism, and more.
The STAR requirement for the semester is approximately 22 hours total.
REQUIREMENTS TO PARTICIPATE
Must be a GCC student;
A TB Test/Clearance (done through GCC's Health Center)
Mandatory Training on a specified Saturday
Please download the STAR Application Spring 2016 for more details.
Complete the form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at the Center for Student Involvement in Sierra Madre 267 (next to the upper cafeteria).
The STAR program is generously supported by the Associated Students
of Glendale Community College (ASGCC).