Students Talk About Race (STAR)

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.


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 for more details.

Complete the form and email it to or drop it off at the Multicultural & Community Engagement Center in Sierra Madre 267 (next to the upper cafeteria).

The STAR program is generously supported by the Associated Students
of Glendale Community College (ASGCC).

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