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Bonner Business - SLI 2018

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Update on Bonner Network initiatives.

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Bonner Business - SLI 2018

  1. 1. Bonner Business 2018 Summer Leadership Institute
  2. 2. National Guests • NASCE (April) • GivePulse (George) • SolutionsU from the 
 Solutions Journalism Network
  3. 3. • Web-based survey of undergraduates National Assessment of Service & Community Engagement • Current comparative dataset of more than 65,000+ students from 85+ institutions • Measures the rate, frequency, and depth of student community engagement across 9 areas of human need. • Assesses student perceptions of, motivations for, and obstacles to community service • Identifies primary avenues through which students serve • Gauges student attitudes towards institutional service promotion • Web-based survey of undergraduates
  4. 4. Students individually take survey online and individual data is recorded by SCRI. Over the course of 12 days, 4 email invitations are sent in total. The first is sent to all students; follow-ups are sent to non-respondents. NASCE Methodology SCRI uses individual student email addresses to send survey invitations to all undergraduates. Survey is customized to each school. Survey is voluntary, confidential, and anonymous. Deliverables include Final Report, Data Frequencies, Data Cross Tabulations.
  5. 5. The NASCE computes the POP Score by assigning values to those students who perform service in each area: • Engaged in any of the nine areas. o Yes (1) o No (0) • Frequency. o Once or twice a year (1) o Several times a year or once a month (2) o Several times a month (3) o Weekly or more (4) • Depth. o An event or drive; one-shot (1) o Regular basis for a period of time or a service trip (2) o Deeply involved and dedicated to a project or cause (3). Percent of the Possible (POP) Scores
  6. 6. As backbone of strategic plan Institutions use NASCE Data… To make informed, collaborative, and focused decisions on how and in what areas to improve service participation, frequency, and pervasiveness To implement and institutionalize necessary practices and programs to move all students along the continuum of service To facilitate community engagement discussions on campus with faculty and administrators To assess current climate of service and identify all avenues through which students engage in service To cyclically measure and quantify campus-wide community engagement; as bi-annual assessment tool to continuously evaluate institutional progress 6
  7. 7. Through Spring 2018 Participating Colleges and Universities 85+ distinct schools across 26 states 55,000+ undergraduates 800 - 32,000 undergraduates Total n for study Institution Size Range Institution Demographics 16 public schools 9 schools with over 10k undergrad 14 religiously affiliated schools 28 Bonner Schools ͌
  8. 8. NASCE Modules Pre-matriculation Module Engaged Global Citizen Module Faculty, Staff, Administrator Module Community Perception Module Post Graduate Module NASCE CORE 8
  9. 9. Congressional Hunger Center + Bonner Foundation SLI – JUNE 7, 2018
  10. 10. 3-Part Partnership u 1- Zero Hunger Academy u 2- Zero Hunger Campus Network u 3- Zero Hunger Internship Program
  11. 11. Zero Hunger Academy u Re-launching August 2018 u Open to everyone in the Bonner Network u In April, CHC launched a pilot of Zero Hunger Academy (ZHA) on Curatr, an online learning platform. Students in the Bonner network can use ZHA to learn more about the following: u Basics of federal anti-hunger and anti-poverty programs u Root causes of domestic hunger u The legislative process u Effective Advocacy u Bonner students can learn about these topics while engaging with other Bonners from across the country via the online platform
  12. 12. Zero Hunger Campus Network Bonner campuses can participate in the Zero Hunger Campus Network that has four components: u Students complete Zero Hunger Academy u Students collaborate to conduct local policy research, culminating in a Zero Hunger Community Report u Students will organize a public forum on their campuses to present the findings from their Zero Hunger Community Reports u Students launch an advocacy campaign or develop a capacity building project to address the needs or gaps in services identified in the Zero Hunger Community Report
  13. 13. Zero Hunger Internship Program u Seven-week program summer program that will provide interns with robust learning opportunities and exposure to anti-hunger advocacy on the federal level. u The 2018 interns will work at the Alliance to End Hunger, Feeding America, The Bread for the World Institute, and RESULTS, supervised by experts in anti-hunger policy. u Their work plans will take them to advocacy days, events on the Hill, and coalition meetings. u The interns will also participate in leadership development opportunities and have access to CHC’s network of 580 alums and experts.
  14. 14. Contact Samantha Stevens for questions and to enroll in Zero Hunger Academy: sstevens@hungercenter.org
  15. 15. SolutionsU Teaching Resources • Teaching Collections are curated selections of stories on topics and success factors accompanied by discussion questions. Let us know if you'd like to share one you've created! • Assignment Ideas engage students in exploring issues, analyzing strategies, applying theories and imagining (or even creating) solutions -- all based on stories about solutions to social and environmental problems. Get in touch if you'd like support creating a SolutionsU™ assignment! • Syllabi are examples of courses where faculty have integrated SolutionsU™ resources throughout the quarter or semester. • Course Modules can be used individually to supplement an existing course or select several to build a new course using solutions journalism stories. SolutionsU™ partners with educators to create these valuable teaching materials. • How To Guides are step-by-step instructions for using our resources, making it easy for you to get your students (and yourself) up and running on SolutionsU™.
  16. 16. Program Initiatives • Junior/Senior Capstone • Social Action Courses • Congressional Hunger Center
  17. 17. Staff Development • Bonner Pipeline Project • Design of future Bonner National Meetings
  18. 18. Assessment • Bonner Student Impact Survey • Annual Report • Capacity Building Projects • Self-Assessment • Senior Capstone Projects
  19. 19. Bonner Network • Bonner Advisory Board • Bonner Presidents Advisory Council • Bonner Directors Advisory Council • Bonner Alumni Advisory Council
  20. 20. Reporting & Tracking • Annual Report Response • BWBRS 4.0
  21. 21. Bonner Meetings • 2018 New Directors & Coordinators Orientation — July 29 — August 1 @ Princeton Theological Seminary Retreat Center • Fall 2018 Bonner Congress — October 12-14 @ Stetson University • Fall 2018 Bonner Directors & Coordinators Meeting — October 28-31 @ Claggett Retreat Center • SLI 2019 Summer Leadership Institute — May 28-31 @ Waynesburg College
  22. 22. Bonner Communication • Bonner Weekly Email Update • Bonner Staff Discussion List • Bonner Website • Bonner Social Media
  23. 23. Bonner Foundation • New Board Members • Hiring three new staff • 2018 Summer Interns projects

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