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WORKSHOPS FOR 20th ANNIVERSARY SLI

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Below is the line-up of elective workshops to be offered during the 20th Anniversary Summer Leadership Institute at Berea College.

Participants will be able to select a workshop during each block.


JUNE 3rd MORNING BLOCK - 10:15 am to 11:45 am

Awareness Is Not Enough: Teaching Citizenship Requires Community-Based Learning Carson-Newman College
Be a Global Instigator for Your Campus Siena College
Bonner Love: Staying Connected with Bonner After College Middlesex County College & Bonner Foundation
College Recruitment and Selection of Service-Oriented Students Berea College and Earlham College
Community-engaged Learning Across the Curriculum Stetson University, University of Richmond, College of Saint Benedict, and Davidson College
Faith in Action: Engaging Religious Diversity through Service Berea College Campus Christian Center
Global Engagement Through Digital Storytelling Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
Healthy Food for All:  Putting Local Foods on the Table in Your Community Oberlin College
IMAGINEERING Partnerships: Gathering Strategy, Structuring Your Service Approach College of New Jersey and Siena College
Intergenerational Youth Organizing: Experiences With Youth as Policy Advocates University of New Mexico
Micro-credit: The Power to Create a Future RESULTS Educational Fund
Music Mobile: Designing a National Model of Social Change through Engaged Community Arts, Education and Action Music Mobile
Snapshots of Sustainability DePauw University & West Virginia Wesleyan College
So What Are Bonners Doing After College? Preliminary Findings from the Bonner Alumni Survey, 1990-2009 The Bonner Foundation and Walden University

 

JUNE 4th MORNING BLOCK - 10:00 am to 11:15 am
AIDs, TB and Malaria: How To Advocate For These Health Issues RESULTS
Bonner Community Fund: More than the Money Davidson College
Creating Service Programs that Last: The Coalition of Projects Model Berea College
Economic Opportunity for All RESULTS
How to Turn Your Passion into Your Career Wingate University
Improving the Lives of Prisoners with Schizophrenia: The Partnership of Lindsey Wilson College and the Kentucky Department of Corrections Lindsey Wilson College
Increase Bonner Vision:  Wear Strength-Colored Glasses! University of Louisville
Stir It Up: Tools for Social Justice DePauw University
Student Development Revisited Mars Hill College
Summer Immersion in Global Leadership Peacework Development Fund, Inc.
Taking Control of Water Warfare: A Community Collaboration Lynchburg College
What's Your Story?: Considering Graduate School and Career Choices Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA)
Why We Went to Prison for a Year College of New Jersey and University of Richmond

 

JUNE 4th MID MORNING BLOCK - 11:30 am to 12:45 pm

21 Global Service Sites: Strategic Volunteer Engagement Peacework Development Fund, Inc.
Create Change:  How to be an Effective Advocate RESULTS
Curricular Without the Credit: Utilizing Classroom Strategies to Strengthen Bonner Meetings Berry College
Education for ALL: Achieving Millennium Development Goal Number Two through a Global Fund for Education RESULTS
Exploration and Example:  Pillars of the Bonner Student Development Model University of Richmond
It’s More Than a Job: Models for Employing Federal Work Study to Support Civic Engagement Oberlin College
Managing Your Peers Berea College
Pens and Paper! Hammers and Nails! Union College
Real Community Impact: Focusing Your Strategy Center for Strong Communities at Maryville College
Recruiting and Selecting Bonner Scholars Earlham College
The Path to Citzenship:  Reflecting on the Journey through the Social Change Model of Leadership University of Louisville
Using Social Media to Catalyze Service and Issue Awareness College of St. Benedict and TCNJ
Working Life 2.0 Woodlands Foundation

 

JUNE 4th AFTERNOON - 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm

Campus Organizing: An Issue-based Approach Macalester College
College Students and Bonners: But Who Are They, Really? Davidson College
Community-Driven Research Projects Earlham College
Corps Without Borders: Bonner and Engagement with Immigration University of New Mexico
It's Your Money, Baby: How to Make It, Use It, and Save It Berea College
Keep It Green: How to Plan Events That Are Knd to Your Budget and the Earth Berea College
Leveraging the AmeriCorps VISTA: It's a Siena VISTA Life for Me Siena College
Starting a Local ESL Program to Serve Immigrants in Your Area Berry College
Sustaining Ourselves, Sustaining Our Communities UC Berkeley
The Art of Relection Rutgers University
The Journey Program:  A Case Study in Engaging Civic Entities Carson-Newman College
Wait, You’re Leaving Already?  Discussion on Recruiting and Maintaining Volunteers University of Louisville

 

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