Financial aid and recruitment 8 1-12

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Financial aid and recruitment 8 1-12

  1. 1. Financial Aid & Who and How to Recruitment Recruit Your Bonners
  2. 2. What We’ll Cover•Bonner Scholar vs Leader Financial Aid•Bonner AmeriCorps•Who to Recruit•How to Recruit•Replacing a Bonner
  3. 3. Bonner ScholarFinancial AidFour year commitmentMeets total cost of educationLoans capped at StaffordlevelBonner service =is “paidwork”Summer stipends for livingand earnings
  4. 4. Bonner LeaderFinancial AidFour year commitmentWork/Service StipendExpected - like FWSSome schools includeservice scholarshipNo summer stipendfunding required
  5. 5. BonnerAmeriCorpsAll Bonners eligible toenroll in AmeriCorpsEducation Award Program300 hour/1 yr - $1,175450 hour/1 yr - $1,468900 hour/2 yr - $2,775
  6. 6. Who to Recruit Bonner Scholar Bonner Leader required size per class >= 5 size per class with (different per school) minimum of 20 total 85% < $10,000 & > 65% Federal Work average < $6,000 Study eligible> 60/40 gender balance > 60/40 gender balance > diversity of school > diversity of school
  7. 7. How to RecruitFour year commitmentBuild into schoolrecruitment &and admissionsprocess as yield toolEngage current Bonners inprocessApplication processOn-campus interviews ifpossible
  8. 8. Replacing aBonnerShould have applicationprocessDraw from pool ofstudents already active inserviceDo not need to involvestudents (but can
  9. 9. How to Promote
  10. 10. How to Promote

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