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2018 Bonner Leader Financial Aid and Recruitment

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Who and how to recruit your Bonner Leaders, shared at the 2018 New Bonner Directors and Coordinators Orientation.

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2018 Bonner Leader Financial Aid and Recruitment

  1. 1. Recruitment & Financial Aid Who and How to Recruit Your Bonner Leaders
  2. 2. What We’ll Cover •Bonner Leader Model •Recruitment and Selection •Marketing
  3. 3. Bonner Leader Model
  4. 4. Bonner Leader Model • Four year commitment • Work/Service Stipend Expected = Federal Work Study • Some schools include service scholarship • Funding summers not required
  5. 5. Federal Work Study • Meet with your Financial Aid Office to find out what the FWS allocation is and to negotiate how Bonners can receive slots. • Institutions are required to use 7% of their allocation at off campus community organizations/sites.
  6. 6. Bonner Leader Funding Survey Funding Level Schools Additional Notes Less than $2,500 2 programs 1 Liberal Arts/
 1 large public Between $2,500- $3,000 3 programs 2 Liberal Arts/
 1 large public/ 
 Tuition varies ($11K-41K) $3,350 14 programs Most common 
 (regardless of summer) More than $3,350 11 programs Number of students range from 8 to 93; old and new programs
  7. 7. Bonner Leader Funding School Funding Per Student Tuition College of Saint Benedict $3,500 (FWS) + $2,500 scholarship $39,402 Montclair State University $2,575 $11,318 University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill $2,175 $8,340 Ursinus College $4,000 (tuition discount) $50,360 Washington and Lee University $3,350 + summer award $44,507
  8. 8. Recruitment & Selection
  9. 9. Who to Recruit • Ethic of service and 4-year commitment • >= 5 size per class with minimum of 20 total • > 75% Federal Work Study eligible • > 60/40 gender balance • > diversity of school
  10. 10. Recruitment Basics • Incoming students (+ some upper-class leaders) • Build into school recruitment & admissions process as yield tool (liaison) • Engage current Bonners in process • Formal application • On-campus interviews
  11. 11. Admissions Collaboration • Designate 1-2 admissions counselors as liaisons • Annual presentation to all Admissions staff • Identify eligible Students • Align application process • Intentional outreach • Recruitment events/calls • Synchronize timelines
  12. 12. • Begin where campus stands as a whole • Male, Students of Color, First Generation • Admissions has these stats • Diverse Recruiters, Engage Bonners • “Small & Wide Net” Pipelines • Appealing Language/Approaches Recruiting for Diversity
  13. 13. Sample Application Questions
  14. 14. Interview Day • Face-to-face interaction • Engage Bonners and key campus contacts • Go over Program Requirements • Service partners and placements • Parent/family sessions
  15. 15. Marketing
  16. 16. Online Identity
  17. 17. Clear & Visible
  18. 18. Link with Mission
  19. 19. Promote Impact & Network

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