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This is an introductory overview of the Bonner Leader Program.

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  • Previously discussed, community partnership model.\nNow going into more detail of how we can take our partnerships to the next level.\nHow we can move a relationship from the occasional volunteer or regular volunteer to site based teams, collaborative problem solving\n
  • Previously discussed, community partnership model.\nNow going into more detail of how we can take our partnerships to the next level.\nHow we can move a relationship from the occasional volunteer or regular volunteer to site based teams, collaborative problem solving\n
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Bonner orientation webinar 5 2-12 Bonner orientation webinar 5 2-12 Presentation Transcript

  • The Bonner Program:Introduction“Access to Education, Opportunity to Serve”A program of:The Corella & Bertram Bonner Foundation10 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ 08540(609) 924-6663 • (609) 683-4626 faxFor more information, please visit our website at www.bonner.org
  • Network
  • National Bonner Network: Overview• 3,000 Bonners Scholars & Leaders – 20-100 per campus | 5-25 per class – Bonner Scholar avg EFC: ~ $3,000• 5,000 Bonner Alumni – 35% in non-profits – 30% in local, state, Federal government – 23% in education• National consortium – 4 L&S grants for CBR & social media – 3 FIPSE grants for program start, replication & civic engagement academic minor/concentration – 15 years AmeriCorps funding www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network:Participating Campuses www.bonner.org
  • Program Design
  • The Bonner Program:Defining CharacteristicsGoal: Access to Education, Opportunity to ServeDesign: • Intensive • Multi-year • Developmental www.bonner.org
  • The Bonner Program: Change Strategy — Integrated ApproachStudent CommunityDevelopment Partnerships“Access to MeasurableEducation, impactOpportunity toServe” Campus Infrastructure Culture of service www.bonner.org
  • Start-Up
  • The Bonner Leader Program: Expectations for New Schools• Recruit a group of at least 20 students to be Bonner Leaders;• Engage the Bonner Leaders in an intensive (8-10 hour per week) over four years while providing them with a Federal Work-Study or equivalent stipend;• Attend our Fall Directors/Coordinators meeting and Students Congress Meetings, as well as the Summer Leadership Institute. www.bonner.org
  • The Bonner Leader Program: Financial Support to Bonner Leaders• Receive stipend through work-study, scholarship, or other forms of financial support for their service during the school year each year.• Option to participation in Bonner AmeriCorps Education Awards• Strongly encourage additional financial support for: ‣ up to $2,500 for one summer service internship. ‣ first-year service trip ‣ second-year service exchange www.bonner.org
  • The Bonner Leader Program: Staffing & Infrastructure• Assign a staff person to manage the Bonner Leader Program and be the point of contact for the Bonner Foundation communication and reporting• House the Bonner Leader Program within or closely connected to a campus-wide community service or service-learning center or office www.bonner.org
  • The Bonner Leader Program: Service Expectations for Bonner Leaders• Develop a four year program model, ideally integrating recruitment of Bonner Leaders into the schools regular recruitment process • Attend orientation at the beginning of the program.• Perform a minimum of 240 hours of service during the school year• Attend regularly scheduled Bonner meetings and events and one- on-one advising with a staff member• Recommended: participate in a first-year service trip and a second- year service exchange• Make a final presentation of learning• Recommended: participate in a summer service internship.• Engage in the student developmental model and common commitments. www.bonner.org
  • The Bonner Leader Program: Participation in the National Bonner Network• Identify students participating in the program as “Bonner Leaders.”• Track and report on the program using the Bonner Web- Based Reporting System(BWBRS)• Attend the following annual Bonner Foundation meetings: ‣ New Bonner Directors & Coordinators Meeting ‣ Fall Bonner Directors & Coordinators Meeting ‣ Fall Bonner Student Congress Meeting ‣ Bonner Summer Leadership Institute  www.bonner.org
  • ProgramManagement
  • Bonner Leader Program: Common Expectations• Call some students Bonners – common identity links students & campuses• Run a multi-year, intensive program – stipend for 10 hour/week service – summer support, if available• Participate in our national gatherings – Fall student meeting – Fall director/coordinator meeting – Summer Leadership Insitute – New Directors & Coordinators Meeting www.bonner.org
  • Program Management:Bonner Program — Staffing & Student Roles• Staffing Expectations - Bonner Scholar Program: 40:1 FTE - Bonner Leader Program: lead staff assigned to direct - Bonner Director reports to Senior Administrator• Leverage available positions (e.g.,VISTAs)• Student Roles: - Senior Intern(s)—training, site liaison, administration - Two Congress Representatives—student voice & leadership - Student Leadership Team & committee structure —class meetings, projects, community fund - Bonner student liaison with campus-wide student leadership structure www.bonner.org
  • Program Management: Start-Up ModelStart Up Model — Limited Staff- Bonner Program Director may wear multiple hats- Begin with 5-10 students- Progressively add more student each year (by class)- Link to campus-wide service programs from outset Bonner Program Director Other Campus Faculty/Staff (manages Bonner Program) (engaged in community service learning) Bonner Leaders Student Service Programs (5-10 students — 2 serve as Congress Reps) (campus-wide volunteer management) www.bonner.org
  • Program Management: Bonner Program — Staffing & Student Roles Center Director (manages Center & oversees Bonner Program) Bonner Coordinator Other Center Staff (manages Bonner Program) (manage other programs) VISTAs (training, enrichment, community partnerships) Senior Intern(s) Site/Project Coordinators (training, enrichment, community partnerships) (campus-wide volunteer management)Bonner Student Leadership Team Bonner Congress Reps (class reps, committees, community fund) (Foundation link, student voice, special projects) www.bonner.org
  • Program Management: Established Model Center Director (manages Center & oversees Bonner Program) VISTAs Other Campus Faculty/Staff (training, enrichment, community partnerships) (engaged in community service learning)Bonner Program Director Service Learning/CBR Staff (manages Bonner Program) (supporting academically-based service)Bonner Scholars & Leaders Site/Project Coordinators (20-100 students — 2 serve as Congress Reps) (campus-wide volunteer management)Community Service Work-Study Other Student Service Projects/Clubs (one-year commitment by student) (1x or occasional service projects) www.bonner.org
  • Campus-Wide Collaboration: Networking with Key Stakeholders on Campus AcademicStudent Life/Affairs AdmissionsShared training; calendar; student Departments recruitment, selection, diversity CBR, PolicyOptions.org, SL courses, groups minor Career Services Chaplain/Religious career advising, fairs, trainings, Bonner Life nonprofit career exploration, internships Program vocation; advising; enrichment workshopsMulticultural Affairs International Affairs Public Relations diversity, training, recruitment, study abroad, trips, internships media, news, webpages community relations www.bonner.org
  • Frameworks
  • The Bonner Program: Common Commitments Civic Engagement: Participate International Perspective: intentionally as a citizen in the democratic Develop international understanding that process, actively engaging in public policy enables Bonners to participate successfully 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 relationships while addressing systemic and common interests. social and environmental issues. Diversity: Respect the many Spiritual Exploration: different dimensions of diversity in Explore personal beliefs while respecting our public lives. the spiritual practices of others. www.bonner.org
  • 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 /• Planning • Teamwork Public relations• Time management • Working with diverse • Mediation• Goal setting groups • Networking • Public education / Advocacy • Volunteer management www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Knowledge• Public Policy• Poverty• International perspective and issues• Issue-based knowledge• Place-based knowledge• Diversity www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Curricular & Co-Curricular Approach Expertise Example Experience ExplorationExpectation www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Curricular & Co-Curricular Approach ExpertiseThrough Service(Developmentalplacements, learning Examplethrough action) Experience ExplorationExpectation www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Curricular & Co-Curricular Approach ExpertiseThrough Service(Developmentalplacements, learning Examplethrough action) Co-Curricular Experience Activities (Training & Enrichment, Reflection, and Advising) ExplorationExpectation www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Curricular & Co-Curricular Approach ExpertiseThrough Service(Developmentalplacements, learning Examplethrough action) Co-Curricular Experience Activities (Training & Enrichment, Reflection, and Advising) ExplorationExpectation Academic linkages (Service-learning, CBR, minor, major & certificates) www.bonner.org
  • Community Partnerships:Organizing Structure Site- Based Team Program Assistant Intentional Short-Term Placement www.bonner.org
  • Community Partnerships: High Impact Initiative — Learning Practices1. first year seminars2. common intellectual experiences3. sequential service-learning coursework4. learning communities5. writing-intensive courses6. collaborative assignments and projects7. undergraduate research8. diversity/global learning9. internships and project-based learning10. service-learning and community-based learning11. capstone courses and projects www.bonner.org
  • Community Partnerships: High Impact Initiative — Partnership Practices1. strategic, team-based, multi-year relationships community partner relationships2. developmental direct-service multi-year student placements (like the Bonner Program)3. academic service-learning and community-based research that involves multi-year faculty commitments and partnerships;4. public policy research to identify best practices, effective program models and related policy news for community partners5. evidence-driven program assessment and strategic planning for capacity building for partners. www.bonner.org
  • Initiatives
  • National Bonner Network:Bonner Program Development www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program DevelopmentBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development Bonner Leaders (FWS + AmeriCorps) “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development Community-Based Research funding (L&S) Bonner Leaders (FWS + AmeriCorps) “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development Common Commitments | Skills Community-Based Research funding (L&S) Bonner Leaders (FWS + AmeriCorps) “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development Bonner Cornerstones Common Commitments | Skills Community-Based Research funding (L&S) Bonner Leaders (FWS + AmeriCorps) “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development Academic Journey (FIPSE) Bonner Cornerstones Common Commitments | Skills Community-Based Research funding (L&S) Bonner Leaders (FWS + AmeriCorps) “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development Knowledge Areas Academic Journey (FIPSE) Bonner Cornerstones Common Commitments | Skills Community-Based Research funding (L&S) Bonner Leaders (FWS + AmeriCorps) “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development PolicyOptions Knowledge Areas Academic Journey (FIPSE) Bonner Cornerstones Common Commitments | Skills Community-Based Research funding (L&S) Bonner Leaders (FWS + AmeriCorps) “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development Serve 2.0 PolicyOptions Knowledge Areas Academic Journey (FIPSE) Bonner Cornerstones Common Commitments | Skills Community-Based Research funding (L&S) Bonner Leaders (FWS + AmeriCorps) “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • National Bonner Network: Bonner Program Development Impact Focus Serve 2.0 PolicyOptions Knowledge Areas Academic Journey (FIPSE) Bonner Cornerstones Common Commitments | Skills Community-Based Research funding (L&S) Bonner Leaders (FWS + AmeriCorps) “End of start-up” | 4 year model | campus-wideBerea pilot | + 22 schools in next two years1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 www.bonner.org
  • Bonner Network Initiatives: Initiatives• Issue to Impact – PolicyOptions.org Issue Briefs & News Bureaus – Change Campaigns: hunger, homelessness, college access, immigration, refugees, youth development, prisoner re-entry – Capacity building for policy research & public education – Community impact assessment• Networking – Bonner Alumni Network – Professional Staff Development – Faculty Outreach & Support – Summer Internships & International Partnerships www.bonner.org
  • StudentDevelopment
  • Student Development:Student Roles by Level Type of Service Vision/Strategy Expertise Fundraising Research / Writing /Academic Work Outreach/Public Relations Project Coordination New Program Development Improving Existing Services Regular Volunteer Work Explore One-time Service Projects www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Training & Enrichment — Example Sequence Expertise Example • Academic Research • Career planning & • Leading inquiry & vocation reflection • Evaluation • Personal and civic Experience values • Networking • Project • Public Speaking • Critical thinking coordination • Skills for lifelongExploration • Diversity involvement • Fundraising & Grant• Community • Group dynamics & Writing • Honors’ thesis project knowledge communication —tied to service • Advocacy skills• Personal • Project planning • Academic exploration • Introduction to Connection• Setting goals social issues/civics • CBR course—Public• Time management • Government course Policy Issue Briefs• Active listening• Teamwork• Poverty course www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Cornerstone Activities Expertise Senior Capstone: culminating leadership project coupled with a Example reflective Junior developmental focused Leadership: presentation engages students in Experience applying their skills Second Year and knowledge while Exchange: deepening their ownExploration deepens students leadership in theFirst Year understanding processTrip: exposes and exposesstudents broader pictureto an issue orarea www.bonner.org
  • Student Development Knowledge — Academic Connections• Intensive• Multi-Year• Developmental• Course Connections• Minor, Certificate, Concentration www.bonner.org
  • Student DevelopmentKnowledge — Academic Connections www.bonner.org
  • CommunityPartnerships
  • Student Development:Multiple-Level Engagement www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Multiple-Level Engagement Advocacy Students present findings to School Board Forum Organize public forum on school lunchIssue Brief School lunch programs, farm-to-school, obesity Research Evaluate student attitudes toward nutrition Training Workshops for new Board & Staff Summer Manage summer program & plan for Fall Team Help expand to other Schools in District Regular Coach students in School Garden Club 1x Plant School Garden for Orientation Service www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Multiple-Level Engagement Advocacy Students present findings to School Board Forum Organize public forum on school lunchIssue Brief School lunch programs, farm-to-school, obesity Research Evaluate student attitudes toward nutrition Training Workshops for new Board & Staff Summer Manage summer program & plan for Fall Team Help expand to other Schools in District Regular Coach students in School Garden Club 1x Plant School Garden for Orientation Service www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Multiple-Level Engagement Advocacy Students present findings to School Board Forum Organize public forum on school lunchIssue Brief School lunch programs, farm-to-school, obesity Research Evaluate student attitudes toward nutrition Training Workshops for new Board & Staff Summer Manage summer program & plan for Fall Team Help expand to other Schools in District Regular Coach students in School Garden Club 1x Plant School Garden for Orientation Service www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Multiple-Level Engagement Advocacy Students present findings to School Board Forum Organize public forum on school lunchIssue Brief School lunch programs, farm-to-school, obesity Research Evaluate student attitudes toward nutrition Training Workshops for new Board & Staff Summer Manage summer program & plan for Fall Team Help expand to other Schools in District Regular Coach students in School Garden Club 1x Plant School Garden for Orientation Service www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Multiple-Level Engagement Advocacy Students present findings to School Board Forum Organize public forum on school lunchIssue Brief School lunch programs, farm-to-school, obesity Research Evaluate student attitudes toward nutrition Training Workshops for new Board & Staff Summer Manage summer program & plan for Fall Team Help expand to other Schools in District Regular Coach students in School Garden Club 1x Plant School Garden for Orientation Service www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Multiple-Level Engagement Advocacy Students present findings to School Board Forum Organize public forum on school lunchIssue Brief School lunch programs, farm-to-school, obesity Research Evaluate student attitudes toward nutrition Training Workshops for new Board & Staff Summer Manage summer program & plan for Fall Team Help expand to other Schools in District Regular Coach students in School Garden Club 1x Plant School Garden for Orientation Service www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Multiple-Level Engagement Advocacy Students present findings to School Board Forum Organize public forum on school lunchIssue Brief School lunch programs, farm-to-school, obesity Research Evaluate student attitudes toward nutrition Training Workshops for new Board & Staff Summer Manage summer program & plan for Fall Team Help expand to other Schools in District Regular Coach students in School Garden Club 1x Plant School Garden for Orientation Service www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Multiple-Level Engagement Advocacy Students present findings to School Board Forum Organize public forum on school lunchIssue Brief School lunch programs, farm-to-school, obesity Research Evaluate student attitudes toward nutrition Training Workshops for new Board & Staff Summer Manage summer program & plan for Fall Team Help expand to other Schools in District Regular Coach students in School Garden Club 1x Plant School Garden for Orientation Service www.bonner.org
  • Student Development: Multiple-Level Engagement Advocacy Students present findings to School Board Forum Organize public forum on school lunchIssue Brief School lunch programs, farm-to-school, obesity Research Evaluate student attitudes toward nutrition Training Workshops for new Board & Staff Summer Manage summer program & plan for Fall Team Help expand to other Schools in District Regular Coach students in School Garden Club 1x Plant School Garden for Orientation Service www.bonner.org
  • Issues to Impact: Partner Surveyn = 43 groups Need / Highly Need Occurring www.bonner.org
  • Issues to Impact: Partner SurveyDirect Action (service) Capacity Building Convening CBRPolicy News & Analysis Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups Need / Highly Need Occurring www.bonner.org
  • Issues to Impact: Partner Survey 92%Direct Action (service) 89% Capacity Building 87% Convening 85% CBR 92%Policy News & Analysis 88% Community Info Hub 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups Need / Highly Need Occurring www.bonner.org
  • Issues to Impact: Partner Survey 92%Direct Action (service) 47% 89% Capacity Building 19% 87% Convening 28% 85% CBR 25% 92%Policy News & Analysis 24% 88% Community Info Hub 34% 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% n = 43 groups Need / Highly Need Occurring www.bonner.org
  • Issues to Impact: Comprehensive & Integrated Organization Public or Networking Education Convening, Speakers, Forums, Coalition Social Media, Dissemination Mapping Capacity Policy News Building & Analysis Program, Planning PolicyOptions.org & Tech Support Community- Based Direct Service ResearchThink Tank Direct Action www.bonner.org
  • Community-Based Research: Context — Organizational Development Plan Decide • Needs & Asset • Model Programs Assessment • Policy Options • Issue Analysis • Resources Evaluate Implement• Program Evaluation direct service • On-Going Data Collection or advocacy www.bonner.org
  • PolicyOption Issue Briefs: Issue Brief Questions• What is the nature & extent of the problem?• What’s been tried in the past to address it?• What’s being done now?• What are the distinctly different approaches to addressing this issue? www.bonner.org
  • PolicyOption Issue Briefs:Wiki for Collaborative Research www.bonner.org
  • PolicyOption News Bureau:Local, State & National Policy News & Research www.bonner.org