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  • 1. The Bonner Program: Welcome & Background “Access to Education, Opportunity to Serve” A program of: The Corella & Bertram Bonner Foundation 10 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ 08540 (609) 924-6663 • (609) 683-4626 fax For more information, please visit our website at www.bonner.org
  • 2. Founding Vision
  • 3. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Students www.bonner.org
  • 4. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Students Idealism is the nature of students www.bonner.org
  • 5. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Students Idealism is the nature of students You can't have a student movement without student leadership. www.bonner.org
  • 6. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Students Idealism is the nature of students You can't have a student movement without student leadership. Five strokes of love for every stroke of challenge. www.bonner.org
  • 7. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Campus Everybody everyday. All service well done has learning as a central part of it. A culture of service, an infrastructure to support that culture, and a Bonner Program integrated into that infrastructure. www.bonner.org
  • 8. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Community www.bonner.org
  • 9. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Community Change the Count. www.bonner.org
  • 10. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Community Change the Count. Complementary needs.... mutually beneficial strengths. www.bonner.org
  • 11. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Community Change the Count. Complementary needs.... mutually beneficial strengths. One pair of hands can’t tear a prison down, two pairs of hands can’t tear a prison down, but when two and two and fifty make a million, we’ll see that day come 'round. www.bonner.org
  • 12. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Higher Education www.bonner.org
  • 13. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Higher Education “Where there is no vision, the people will perish.” www.bonner.org
  • 14. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Higher Education “Where there is no vision, the people will perish.” “Vision is fine, but it must grow corn.” www.bonner.org
  • 15. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Higher Education “Where there is no vision, the people will perish.” “Vision is fine, but it must grow corn.” “We need to raise less corn and more hell.” www.bonner.org
  • 16. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Higher Education “Where there is no vision, the people will perish.” “Vision is fine, but it must grow corn.” “We need to raise less corn and more hell.” The difference between the Bonner Scholars Program and the Bonner Leaders Program is a matter of how the programs are funded. www.bonner.org
  • 17. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Higher Education “Where there is no vision, the people will perish.” “Vision is fine, but it must grow corn.” “We need to raise less corn and more hell.” The difference between the Bonner Scholars Program and the Bonner Leaders Program is a matter of how the programs are funded. They share a common vision and common commitments. www.bonner.org
  • 18. The Bonner Foundation: A Founding Vision — Higher Education “Where there is no vision, the people will perish.” “Vision is fine, but it must grow corn.” “We need to raise less corn and more hell.” The difference between the Bonner Scholars Program and the Bonner Leaders Program is a matter of how the programs are funded. They share a common vision and common commitments. 50,000 service based scholarships by 2010. www.bonner.org
  • 19. Goals
  • 20. The Bonner Program: Integrated Approach Student Development Access to Education Campus Community Infrastructure Impact Create a culture of service Change the count www.bonner.org
  • 21. Student Development: Outcomes Knowledge Values Skills Experience www.bonner.org
  • 22. The Bonner Program: Six Common Commitments Civic Engagement: International Perspective: Participate intentionally as a citizen in Develop international understanding that the democratic process, actively engaging enables Bonners to participate successfully in public policy and direct service. in a global society. Community Social Justice: Building: Establish and Advocate for fairness, sustain a vibrant community impartiality and equality of place, personal while addressing systemic relationships and common social and environmental interests. issues. Diversity: Respect the Spiritual Exploration: many different dimensions of Explore personal beliefs while respecting diversity in our public lives. the spiritual practices of others. www.bonner.org
  • 23. Student Development: Skill Areas www.bonner.org
  • 24. Student Development: Skill Areas Personal Skills • Active listening • Balance/boundaries • Communication • Decision making • Organization • Planning • Time management • Goal setting www.bonner.org
  • 25. Student Development: Skill Areas Personal Skills Leadership Skills • Active listening • Conflict resolution • Balance/boundaries • Delegation • Communication • Planning • Decision making • Public speaking • Organization • Running a meeting • Planning • Teamwork • Time management • Working with diverse • Goal setting groups www.bonner.org
  • 26. Student Development: Skill Areas Personal Skills Leadership Skills Professional Skills • Active listening • Conflict resolution • Budgeting • Balance/boundaries • Delegation • Evaluation/research • Communication • Planning • Event planning • Fundraising • Decision making • Public speaking • Grant writing • Organization • Running a meeting • Marketing / public • Planning • Teamwork relations • Time management • Working with diverse • Mediation • Goal setting groups • Networking • Public education / advocacy • Volunteer management www.bonner.org
  • 27. Academic Connections: Civic Engagement Minor or Certificate Courses Examine poverty, Incorporate global Connect to politics economic inequity, perspective & & public policy & social experiences stratification Structures Intensive & long- Integrated Sequence increasing term learning co-curricular & complexity: experiences: curricular: Multi-year 2-4 years of coursework Within specific courses Developmental 2-4 years of service Across programs www.bonner.org
  • 28. Student Development: Service Road Recruitment Selection Orientation Freshman Class Placement First-Year Service Trip Sophomore Placement Sophomore Service Exchange Summer Placement Junior Placement International Service Projects Rising Senior Enrichment Fund Recommitment Exercise Senior Placement Senior Presentation of Service www.bonner.org