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How to Become a Participating Campus

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Since the Bonner Foundation’s original partnership with six start-up schools in 1998, the Bonner Foundation has partnered with 41 additional schools in the implementation of Bonner Leaders Programs. Together, these schools have taught us that “Replication is not duplication.” Though we have identified a core model for Bonner Leader schools, each school we partner with brings new ideas and adaptations to the program, which we then share with other schools.


Schools interested in the Bonner Leaders Program often ask us what they should do first when considering the creation of a service-based scholarship program on their campuses. In response, we have developed a list of Program Start-Up Considerations that schools can think about as they begin this process. In addition, we recommend that campus representatives interested in the Bonner Program discuss the program with other members of the campus community. Specifically, we have found that presidential support is a very important element when creating a successful campus-based program. Finally, we have created a general list of suggestions for schools that are thinking about beginning Bonner Leader Programs. Though these are not intended as requirements for programs interested in starting programs, they have proven helpful as best practices considerations and principles.


The Bonner Foundation is committed to expanding our replication initiative through the creation of service-based scholarship programs across the country. We are eager to engage in conversations with institutions that are dedicated to offering this type of opportunity to their students.


If you have any questions please contact our Vice President, Robert Hackett. He can be reached at (609) 924-6663 or rhackett@bonner.org or by completing a request for follow-up on this website.


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