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There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as if everything is.
Albert Einstein

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About Us

Students Taking an Active Role in Society (STARS) is a Non-Profit organization whose purpose is to fund projects that will result in social changes to make the world a better place.

STARS has evolved to patent ideas for improving the infrastructure of our day-to-day life. In 1991, STARS achieved full 501(c)3 status as a Non-Profit, Tax-Exempt organization.

STARS has continued to evolved to support any worthwhile project that will enhance and/or improve society’s well being. Today, STARS funds projects that correspond to these objectives of the organization.

For more information on the projects that have been and are under the umbrella of STARS, please feel free to browse our website. If you are already aware of the positive activities that STARS is doing in our community and want to make a fully tax deductible contribution to STARS, please CLICK HERE.

STARS was founded by engineering students Eric Weaver and Chuck Miccolis along with recent grad Keith Sargent at the University of South Florida in Tampa.

Project abstract
We build projects for credit. Please join us to add your skills.

Under its original name Rent-A-Student, it s goal was to provide opportunities for students to get college credit for real world projects. Since Eric and Chuck were both Engineering students at that time, their efforts focused mainly upon using their developing expertise to assist in community enhancement projects.

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