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  • 1. Welcome to New Bonner Vision, Members of the BonnerHistory & Future Community
  • 2. What We’ll Cover•What the Bonner Foundation set out to do 22 years ago?•Timeline: Bonners Place in the Field•How are we doing? What are they saying?•What do you care about?
  • 3. OriginalMission & VisionStudentsCampusCommunityHigher Education
  • 4. Goals for StudentDevelopmentAccess to Education, Opportunity to ServeTo afford college studentsan opportunity to use theirenergy, talents, andleadership skills to engage incommunity service whileproviding developmental andfinancial support.
  • 5. Goals for CampusDevelopmentEverybody everyday!To challenge and strengthena “culture of service” inwhich the school’s teaching,research, and service missionare integrated and everystudent, faculty, and staffis encouraged to serve.
  • 6. Goals for CommunityImpactChange the CountTo facilitate greatercooperation and communicationbetween the campus and thecommunity by channeling theenergies and talents ofcollege students faculty, andstaff to help address thechallenges and opportunitiesof a local community.
  • 7. Goals forHigher EducationService-BasedScholarshipsTo form a consortium ofdiverse higher educationinstitutions sharing a commoncommitment to service and toserve as a successful modelto other institutions which areinterested in starting service-based scholarship programs.
  • 8. Integrated ApproachStudent CommunityDevelopment Partnerships“Access to MeasurableEducation, impactOpportunity toServe” Campus Infrastructure Culture of service
  • 9. Integrated ApproachStudentDevelopment“Access toEducation,Opportunity toServe” 5 E’s Skills Knowledge Experiences Values
  • 10. Integrated Approach Community Partnerships Measurable impactSite & Issue-Based TeamsCommunity-Based ResearchPolicyOptions.orgCommunity Networking Teams
  • 11. Integrated ApproachCampus-Wide Center Faculty DevelopmentBonner Director & Coordinator High Impact InitiativeBonner Senior Intern Civic Engagement @Bonner Congress The Center Campus Infrastructure Culture of service
  • 12. Networking High Impact Bonner PolicyOptions Serve 2.0 Timeline 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 Corporation for National & Community Service AmeriCorps Crucible Moment Report Federal Work-Study Rules Change
  • 13. Voices from the Bonner Community
  • 14. What matters to you?