Support Us!

There are many ways to help and support the Character and Ethics Project. Be a Member! Becoming a member is a quick and easy way to support our mission. Donate to a good cause! You are welcome to make a one-time donation for any amount. Every little bit helps and …

What We Stand For

The Character & Ethics Project was founded to help and encourage people from all walks of life to deal with one another with honesty and with a cooperative spirit. We sponsor workshops on leadership for our youth, and provide recognition to the adults in our community who, through their example, …

Board of Directors

Executive Board: Melina Sardar – President Dan Bell – City of Glendale Kelly King – Glendale Unified School District Paul Schlossman – Glendale Community College Juan Guillen – Treasurer Stela Fejtek – Secretary Bruce Fox – Past President Board of Directors: Saro Ayvazians Nina Crowe Erica Gharibian Brad Liston Andre …

Programs & Awards

Below is a list of the current programs and awards created and administered by the Character & Ethics Project: Community Awards The Character & Ethics Project hands out Community Awards. The ceremony’s are be held in the Glendale Unified School District’s board room, 223 N. Jackson St.  Please come by …

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Youth Leadership Conference – Jan. 27, 2017

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Youth Leadership Conference is Sponsored by the Character & Ethics Project

We will have a Keynote Presentation and Panel Discussions.
Join high school students from Glendale, Burbank and La Cañada in lively discussions about ethics, character and leadership in today’s world.

Friday January 27, 2016 8am – 1:30pm

Location: Glendale Community College
1500 N. Verdugo Rd., Glendale, 91206

Community Awards – Nov 3rd

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The Character & Ethics Project will be handing out its Community Awards on Thursday, Nov 3rd at 5:30 pm. The ceremony will be held in the Glendale Unified School District’s board room, 223 N. Jackson St.

Please come by to celebrate our honorees and to see what we’re all about.

The Community Awards program recognizes individuals, businesses and organizations exemplifying one or more of the guiding principles of character and ethics. Honorees will be presented with certificates of appreciation acknowledging their commitment to extraordinary character and ethical behavior.

The Community Awards Program is designed to honor and spotlight outstanding community members who are role models – to inspire all who hear their stories.

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Support Us!

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There are many ways to help and support the Character and Ethics Project.

Be a Member! Becoming a member is a quick and easy way to support our mission.

Donate to a good cause! You are welcome to make a one-time donation for any amount. Every little bit helps and you can make a difference!

Sponsor A Program or Event! Choose the program or event that touches you and be identified with that cause.

Volunteer! Our organization is not only about good character. It’s about people in our communities taking an active. leadership role for students and adults too! If you would like to be a mentor or volunteer in another capacity, please let us know!

Let us know your idea of how you can participate by contacting us!

Phone: (818) 517-0088

Mailing address:

The Character and Ethics Project
PO BOX 1652
Glendale, CA 91209

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Upcoming Events

Youth Leadership Conference
Friday January 27, 2016 8am - 1:30pm
Location: Glendale Community College
1500 N. Verdugo Rd., Glendale, 91206

Community Awards
Nov 3rd 5:30pm
Glendale Unified School District’s board rm
223 N. Jackson St.

9th Annual ACE Awards
Followed by the City of Glendale’s Dodger Night.

Words of the Month

January: Respect
Treat yourself, others and the environment with dignity.

February: Honesty
Tell the truth; never take unfair advantage of people.

March: Trustworthiness
Be responsible and dependable in all that you do.

April: Loyalty
Be faithful to yourself and to others.

May: Courtesy
Be considerate, kind and polite.

June: Self-Discipline
Exercise self control and willpower over your actions.

July: Integrity
Be honorable and straight-forward in all that you do.

August: Fairness
Be impartial, open, and unprejudiced in judging yourself and others.

September: Responsibility
Be accountable for your actions.

October: Cooperation
Work together for a common goal.

November: Citizenship
Accept the rights, privileges and responsibilities of living in our community and country.

December: Compassion
Be kind, caring and helpful.