Bonner Foundation Campus Support


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Bonner Foundation Campus Support

  1. 1. Foundation Support Leveraging the Bonner Staff and Network
  2. 2. What We’ll Cover • Your Program Staff Connection • Your Administrative Support Liaison • The Bonner Weekly • Bonner on the Web • Campus Visits • National Bonner Meetings
  3. 3. Your Program Staff Bobby Hackett, President Nefisah Sallim, Program Associate Ariane Hoy, Vice President for Program and Resource Development Josh Blair, Program Associate You will have a staff liaison to help with program development - we consult with you about positions, structure, training, meetings, and best practices. Christen Foell, Program Director (609) 924 6663! That’s our number! Annie Pasqua, =Bonner Program Director
  4. 4. Your Administrative Support Staff Janet Ashwood Donna Pasquerella Other Project Staff: NJ Community Networking Corps Kamran Hakiman Afnan Rashid You will have a staff liaison to support your administrative tracking in BWBRS and AmeriCorps. Sarah Meadows Enrollment Managers (609) 924 6663! That’s our number!
  5. 5. Bonner Meetings! = ✓Fall Bonner Student Congress Meeting Rhodes College, TN. October 18-20, 2013 ✓Fall Bonner Directors Meeting Kanuga, North Carolina—Mid November, 2013 ✓IMPACT Conference 2013 TBA. ✓Summer Leadership Institute 2013 Location and Dates TBA (end May/early June) ✓High-Impact Institute 2013 Siena College, New York. Dates TBA (early July)
  6. 6. Campus Visits = Start-Up Bonner Program 101 on campus Recruitment and Selection Training Calendar Design Campus-wide Collaboration Program Development Service Structure and Positions Training Calendar and Student Development BWBRS Management Student Leadership Team Retreats Strategic Planning Intensive Visits for 2 days involving staff, students, faculty, partners, and alums 3-5 year plans Alignment Discrete meetings with President and Senior Administrators Faculty Trainings
  7. 7. Campus Visits: The Process = Crafting the Purpose Phone Calls and Discussions Detailed interviews Understanding Your Program Reviewing annual reports, self- assessments, BWBRS Agenda and Meeting Design Back-and-forth process Day of Meetings and Follow-Up Written letter or report
  8. 8. The Bonner Weekly: Important Email = Make sure we have your emails! This highlights deadlines, events, jobs, and more.
  9. 9. Bonner Website: The Bonner Website is more for the public. Great place to link to your own webpage! these links to our web presences are the most useful!
  10. 10. Bonner Wiki: your one-stop for every resource! Use these news and directories frequently!
  11. 11. Bonner Wiki: your profile The first thing you want to do is update your profile and look at other schools’ profiles. We;’ll start a page for you with a simple template!
  12. 12. Bonner Facebook: Bonner Love This is a page that you can like. You’ll see posts about events, conferences, jobs, etc. = You can post on the Wall.
  13. 13. Bonner Facebook: Your Own Program = Many programs use to keep students engaged and informed
  14. 14. Bonners on Linked In: Career Networking = Join more than 500 alums there! Start discussions, look for jobs and internships, find staff!
  15. 15. Bonner on YouTube: Videos Galore! = Find more than 200 videos and screencasts! Use for trainings and reflections.
  16. 16. Slideshare: Your Presentation Helper! = Download, adapt, and use the power-points you need!
  17. 17. Twitter: Info & News on the Field Follow Bonner Network on Twitter and use this to connect with other individual users!
  18. 18. What’s to discuss •Meet in small groups with program staff •Share some of your hopes for phone support and campus visits •Questions regarding communication or meetings