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Bonner Training Modules - Alphabetical List

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Training Modules — Alphabetical List


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Training Topic and BWBRS Description 

60 Minute 

Trainer Guide                         

Longer Trainer Guide                           

Recommended

Stage/Timing

Action Planning

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches concrete strategy for action planning.  Students learn to identify a challenge or issue and create written plan including SMART goals. 

Action Planning Short  Action Planning Long Stage 3 or for Project Coordinators

Action Steps for Creating a Community-based Participatory Research Project 

Bonner Curriculum workshop, great for individuals or teams who might take on CBR/CBPR, provides steps and tips for carrying out a research project as defined in dialogue with a community agency or group. Students should be introduced to this option here or earlier (during their third year).

Action Steps - CBPR   Site/Issue Teams or for sites with CBPR projects 

Addressing Sexual Prejudice

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants through thinking about discrimination related to sexual orientation and more complex gender issues. 

Addressing Sexual Prejudice   Stage 4 

Advocacy and Public Education 101: "Your Voice Counts"

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants learn the basics of public education, including how to communicate with a public official to inform him/her about community needs and issues.

Advocacy 101 Short

 

Updated 2017: 

Advocacy

 

Advocacy 101 Long   Stage 3 

Advocacy 201: Meeting with an Elective Representative

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants strategies for effectively meeting with an elective representative (like a Mayor or City Council member) to educate them about community issues. 

See also Lobbying

sessions below

Advocacy 201 Long  Stage 3 (or for highly engaged students)

BHAGs: Setting Big Hairy Audacious Goals

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces participants to a visionary tool for goal setting, “Big Hairy Audacious Goals,” from Built to Last, documenting successful organizations.  

BHAGS Short BHAGS Long  For Site/Issue Teams or Project Coordinators

Black Lives Do Matter:

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces students to the Black Lives Matter movement, its impetus, history, and significance to civil rights.

Black Lives Do Matter   Stage 4 or for campus-wide Diversity Trainings 

Bridging the Divide Part 1: Political Discourse for Civic Action

Bonner Curriculum workshop engages participants in thinking about how to have civil dialogue across political and party lines and think deeper about viewpoints.

Bridging the Divide Session 1

 

Bridging the Divide (PPT)

  Stage 2 or for campus-wide discussions across political lines

Bridging the Divide Part 2: Maintaining Political Discourse on Social Media

Bonner Curriculum workshop engages participants in examining their own social media presence from the standpoint of promoting deeper civil dialogue.

Bridging the Divide Session 2

 

Bridging the Divide (PPT)

  Stage 2 or for campus-wide discussions across political lines

Bridging the Gap Between Service, Activism and Politics

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants to combine their understanding of service, activism and politics into a more comprehensive and effective worldview. 

Bridging Gap Short

 

Updated 2017: 

Bridging Service & Activism 2017

 

 

Bridging Gap Long   Stage 1 or for campus-wide introductions to civic engagement

Building a Personal Network

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants consider and begin to build a personal network, appreciating the relationships they are forming.  

Personal Network Short Personal Network Long  Stage 3 or for upperclass retreats and career planning

Building Career Networks

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to build their professional relationships and career networks, important for future job seeking and post-graduate success.   

Career Network Short Career Network Long  Stage 3 or for upperclass retreats and career planning

Building Coalitions

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants ways to build coalitions around a common goal or project, a key skill set in more complex capacity building or community change.   

Building Coalitions Short Building Coalitions Long

All Bonner Meeting or Campus-Wide Student Retreat

Building Shared Vision 

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to create a shared vision for a site, team, or project.  It teaches more complex collaboration and facilitation skills.

Building Shared Vision Short Building a Shared Vision Long For Site/Issue Team Leaders and Project Coordinators

Citizenship: Rights, Responsibilities and Struggles

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to think about conceptions and rights of citizenship in the U.S. and their evolution, including through the amendments to the Constitution & Bill of Rights. It addresses civic engagement and specifically civic knowledge outcomes. 

Citizenship Short

Citizenship Long

All Bonner Meeting (Civic Engagement Focus)

Community Asset Mapping

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants how to view a community from its assets, not deficits.  Students learn how to find assets within their partner communities and incorporate them into service work. 

Asset Part 1

 

Asset Part 2

 

Asset Part 3  

Asset Long Stage 1 or for training new volunteers

Community Challenge Course

Bonner Curriculum workshop involves physical and mental team-building activities, which are led by staff and student leaders, to build trust and community. 

Challenge Course Short  Challenge Course Long  Orientation or Stage 1

Conflict Resolution: Steps for Handling Interpersonal Dynamics 

Bonner Curriculum workshop supports students to understand and use teamwork and conflict resolution strategies, including a set of steps for better communication and interpersonal relationships.

Conflict Short  Conflict Long Stage 2 or for handling teams in the conflict stage

Cover Story

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches a method of visioning that uses the artistic metaphor of a “cover story” on a newspaper or magazine. 

(Recommended for longer session) Cover Story Long  All Bonner Meeting, Retreat or Planning 

Creating a Career Vision and Statement

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to create a personal vision for their careers and long-term work, focusing on post-graduate pathways.

Career Vision Short   Stage 4 or Senior Retreat

Differently Abled

Bonner Curriculum workshop definitions and conceptualizations related to physical and mental abilities, to build awareness, critical thinking, and empathy.

Differently Abled.pdf   Stage 3 or for campus awareness building

Education and its Influences on Class Mobility

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants navigate their own preconceived notions about the relationship education and class mobility and analyze scholarship that addresses this interaction.

Education and its Influences on Class Mobility   Stage 4: Adaptation

Empowerment: It's Intersectional

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants think about the multiple dimensions of power and what it means to be empowered.

Empowerment: It's Intersectional

 

Empowerment Presentation (PPT)

  Stage 4 or for All Bonner Meeting

Exploring Diversity & Intersectionality

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces diversity by ability, class, ethnicity/race, gender, nationality, political parties (or views), religion, and sexual orientation, with discussion of their relevance to service.

Exploring Diversity & Intersectionality 

 

 

  Stage 1 or for introductory campus-wide diversity training

Identity, Privilege, & Our Role in Communities 

Participants critically reflect on different aspects of their identity (race, class, gender, sexual orientation, religious/spiritual affiliation etc.). It provides a safe space to recognize areas of vulnerability as well as privileges, and engage in collective meaning-making of these experiences. The session also includes a discussion around historical policies and social contexts, which reflect structural forms of prejudice. At the end, participants share their perspectives on being cognizant of one’s power and privileges and structural forms of prejudice, while working with communities (especially marginalized populations).  

Trainer Guide - Identity, Privilege, Communities

 

Presentation - Identity, Privilege

 

Handouts - Identity, Privilege

 

Activity - Identity, Privilege Print

  Stage 1 or for introductory campus-wide diversity training

Exploring Non-Profit Careers

Bonner Curriculum workshop exposes participants to facts about the non-profit sector and careers, including resources for learning more, reading profiles, and networking.

Exploring Non Profit Careers Short    Stage 3 or 4; Collaborative sessions with Career Services

Exploring Public, Private, Nonprofit Sectors

This workshop provides students with overview of the public sector, including K-12, higher education, nonprofits, NGOs, philanthropy, social enterprise, and corporate social responsibility. They will be introduced to typical structures of these organizations and how their work is assessed. The workshop will help them better understand their own Bonner positions and partners, and how they fit within a broader landscape of social change efforts.  

Trainer Guide - Exploring Sectors  

 

Presentation - Exploring Sectors

   

Expanding Your Sense of Purpose with Ikigai: A Reason for Being and Your Career After Bonner

This workshop will help participants reflect on the intersections of passion, mission, profession, and vocation (Ikigai in Japanese) to come to a more nuanced understanding of their steps forward post-graduation. This workshop incorporates a Bonner Alumni Profile and introduces students to the Bonner Job Sector Guides as resources, which provide inspiring examples of individuals who have found their pathways.

Trainer Guide - Ikigai    

Facilitation 101: Roles of Effective Facilitators

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces participants to facilitation skills, useful for service work, planning and running meetings, and training. 

Facilitation 201, Part 1 Short   Facilitation 101 Long  Stage 2

Facilitation 201: Part I, An Intensive Introduction

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants through more complex facilitation and communication skills, useful for project planning and service work. 

Facilitation 201, Part 1 Short 

 

 

Facilitation 201, Part I Long  Upperclass Students or Project Coordinators

Facilitation 201: Part II, Advanced Techniques and Strategies

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants through more complex facilitation and communication skills, useful for project planning and service work.  

Facilitation 201, Part 2

Short 

Facilitation 201, Part 2 Long  Upperclass Students or Project Coordinators

Faith and Me: 

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces participants to the most common religions that are practiced around the world. Participants learn about and reflect on their traditions as a form of spiritual exploration.

Faith and Me: Spiritual Exploration    

Fishbowl Discussion: Defining Your Communities

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to reflect on and define the characteristics within their community, critical skills for effective service site work and for building the culture of service on campus. 

Recommended for Orientation or Retreat  Fishbowl Discussion Long  Orientation or Stage 1

Four Corners: Building Appreciation for Diverse Ideas & Dialogue

Four Corners engages people in a semi-structured dialogue around a set of statements intended to provoke critical thinking and sharing. 

Four Corners  
All Bonner Meeting (Diversity) or campus-wide diversity training

Fundraising Strategies: Developing and Executing a Plan

Bonner Curriculum workshop involves will enhance participants’ ability to effectively develop and execute their fundraising strategies. It focuses on understanding the role of key stakeholders and funding sources.

Fundraising Strategies   For Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinators

Fundraising on Campus: Raising Funds Through Events

Bonner Curriculum workshop provides students with knowledgeable tactics for raising funds on campus. It focuses on networking, establishing credibility, and how to navigate your campus procedures when hosting events. 

Fundraising on Campus   For Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinators

Fundraising: Mapping Out Donors Part I

Bonner Curriculum workshop focuses on guiding participants through the mapping of resources, determining where participants need to focus further effort, and exploring ways to build their funding network. This first session aims at identifying current and prospective funding resources. 

Fundraising: Mapping Out Donors I   For Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinators

Fundraising: Mapping Out Donors Part II

Bonner Curriculum workshop focuses on guiding participants through the mapping of resources, determining where participants need to focus further effort, and exploring ways to build their funding network. This second session aims at analyzing funding and prioritizing how to pursuit donors to fund nonprofits.

Fundraising: Mapping Out Donors 2   For Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinators

Games, Games, Games: For Use in Trainings & Meetings

Bonner Curriculum workshop involves physical and mental team-building activities, which are led by staff and student leaders, to build trust and community.

Games, Games, Games    For general use in many meetings (contains many icebreakers)

Games & Icebreakers for Diversity Workshops

Bonner Curriculum workshop and activities involve physical and mental team-building activities that promote awareness of diversity. These are led by staff and student leaders to build trust, teamwork, inclusiveness, and community building skills. 

Diversity Icebreakers   For general use in many meetings (contains many icebreakers)

Gender: Reflecting on Notions of Male & Female

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants think about gender, reflecting on the way they have come to understand what being “female” and “male” means and why. (A more updated guide can be found in Gender & Sexual Orientation).

Gender 1 Short  Gender 1 Long  Recommend "Gender & Sexual Orientation" version or this for more conservative introduction

Gender Reflection: Deepening Gender Awareness

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants through a reflection and deeper appreciation for gender and its relationship to their work and experience. 

Gender 2 Short 

Gender 2

Long 

Recommend "Gender & Sexual Orientation" followed by this for deeper reflection

Get-Out-the-Vote

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to organize voter registration and education efforts in a non-partisan manner, as part of civic duty and citizenship. 

Get-Out-the-Vote Short  Get-Out-the-Vote Long   Stage 3 Option for Political Engagement

Goal-Setting: Setting Service Goals & Objectives

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants learn how to formulate and write clear goals/objectives. It guides participants through straightforward steps of objective writing, which can be used for CLAs.  

Goal-Setting Short  Goal-Setting Long  For Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinators

Groups Within Groups: Exploring Dimensions of Diversity

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants into a deeper appreciation for diversity within a program and community, by having them reflect and discuss issues like class, race, gender, religion, and other aspects.   

GWG: Race

GWG: Class

GWG: Gender

GWG: All, Long

Mid-Year Retreat or All Bonner Meeting (diversity focus)

Homophobia: Countering It

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants through thinking about discrimination related to sexual orientation and more complex diversity issues. 

Homophobia

Short 

Homophobia

Long 

 
Recommend "Addressing Sexual Prejudice version)
Icebreakers for Diversity WorkshopsBonner Curriculum workshop introduces three icebreaker activities that are especially suitable for the beginning of a diversity workshop or in a new community. Each activity encourages people to open up and share aspects of their cultural background with each other. 
Icebreakers for Diversity
  For general use in many meetings (contains many icebreakers)

Identity Circles: A Foundation for Community

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants reflect on and share their identity, as an introductory community-building and diversity activity.  

Identity Circles Short Identity Circles Long Orientation or Stage 1: recommended precursor for diversity sessions

Interfaith Perspectives on Service: Bridging Beliefs and Action

Bonner Curriculum workshop engages participants in learning about the different beliefs of six major world religions. It also introduces them to recognized change agents from various views whose faith motivated them, with time for reflection.

Interfaith Perspectives on Service.pdf   Stage 2 or All Bonner Meeting on Spiritual Reflection

Interviewing: An Introduction to the Art of It

Bonner Curriculum designed to be an introduction to giving a more compelling and effective interview.

Interviewing Short   Stage 3 or 4; good for sessions on Career Planning

Introduction to Communication & Active Listening 

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants develop communication and active listening skills. 

Intro to Communication Short   Orientation or Stage 1

Introduction to Community Engaged Signature Work (Capstones)

Bonner Curriculum session, targeted at juniors or seniors, introduces the concept of a civically-focused capstone project, with worksheets and questions to discuss with partner organization.

COMING SOON!   Stage 3 or 4; recommended for campuses integrating engaged capstones

Introduction and Discussion with Community Partners 

While we do not have a training module for this, we encourage you to have a formal meeting of community partners with your first year students. Some programs involve partners in Orientation, while others engage students in shadowing or rotations. At this point, introduce students again to how they will finalize a primary placement. You may even do "speed" rounds with partners. Talk about their roles.

     

Introduction to the Non-Profit Sector (In preparation for summer)

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces participants to the non-profit sector and basic information they should know about 501(c)3 organizations and governmental organizations that serve as partners.

Non-Profit Short Non-Profit Long Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinators or preparation for summer internships

Keeping It Classy! Discussing Class & Socioeconomic Status

Bonner Curriculum workshop engages participants in identifying and discussing stereotypes associated with class groups. It introduces concepts of social and educational capital, with reflection.

Keeping It Classy.pdf   Stage 2 or All Bonner Meeting (Diversity focus)

Last Words: A Reflection on My Bonner Journey

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants reflect on their four-year developmental experience & learning.

Last Words

Short

 
Stage 4 or Senior Retreat 

Launching a Bonner/Student Leadership Team: A Retreat to Move for Vision to Action

Bonner Curriculum workshop is geared at running a half-day retreat consisting of a visioning and planning session for a student leadership team. This builds the effectiveness of student voice and leadership within the Bonner Program.  

Recommended for longer retreat setting 

Launching Student Leadership Retreat  For launching a Bonner Leadership Team

Leadership Compass

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants identify their work style and adapt to different styles, as well as develop project management skills.

Compass Short

 

Leadership Compass Handout

Compass Long Stage 3, Mid-Year Retreat or All Bonner Meeting

Leading Learning Circles:  A Train-the-Trainers Approach

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants how to plan and lead a learning circle reflection (from the tradition of Highlander), building their facilitation and project management skills. 

Learning Circles Short Learning Circles Long For Project Coordinators or student leaders

Leading Reflections: An Overview and Techniques

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants how to lead service-based reflection, building their facilitation and project management skills. 

Leading Reflection   For Project Coordinators or student leaders

Leading Service Reflections: A Train the Trainers Approach

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants how to lead service-based reflection, building their facilitation and project management skills.

Longer session recommended
Leading Service Reflections Long For Project Coordinators or student leaders

Lobbying 101: An Introduction, Part 1 

An introduction to lobbying as a means of affecting political change for the improvement of society. 

Lobbying 101 Part 1    All Bonner Meeting (Civic Engagement Focus)
 

Lobbying 101: An Introduction, Part 2

 An introduction to lobbying as a means of affecting political change for the improvement of society. 
Lobbying 101 Part 2   All Bonner Meeting (Civic Engagement Focus)

Managing Up: Working Better with Your Boss

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants strategies to better work with their supervisors, an important skill in leadership development. 

Managing Up Short   Stage 3

Personal Vision

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to create a personal vision for their life and work, including through reflection and writing.   

Longer session recommended
Personal Vision Long Stage 4 or Senior Retreat

Planning Effective Meetings

Bonner Curriculum workshop gives participants a set of steps and tools for planning more effective meetings with purpose, goals, and engaging agendas.

Planning Meetings Short Planning Meetings Long Stage 2

Planning a Leadership Transition

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to prepare for a leadership transition for their partner sites.

Leader Trans Part 1  

Part 2

Leadership Transition Long  Stage 4

Power Mapping

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants a strategy for understanding relationships and leveraging relational power, using power mapping, a technique for organizing and resource use.

Power Mapping Short Power Mapping Long

For student leaders or teams/projects

 

Preparing to Transition to Leadership: Want Ads

Want ads give the outgoing leaders a good idea of what information they need to pass on to the new leaders to ensure they are prepared to take on new roles and that the leadership transition is smooth. 

Want Ads Short  Want Ads Long  Stage 4

Professionalism & Expectations

While we do not have a training module for this, we encourage you to spend this time using your own Bonner Program's handbook and rules to revisit and discuss expectations for professionalism and the program. 

See information on Bonner Student Accountability - Campus Examples and sample Bonner Handbooks.
 
Stage 1

Public Speaking and Preparation for Senior Presentations of Learning

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches public speaking for a variety of speech types, building communication skills. 

Public Speaking Short    Stage 4

Racism: Deconstructing It

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants think about their understanding of race. It helps them look at racial discrimination and racism. 

Racism Deconstructing

Short 

Racism Deconstructing Long

 

All Bonner Meeting (Diversity Focus)

 

Refugee and Immigrant Voices

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces distinctions of various [im]migrant groups and the structures and institutions that determine their status and rights. 

 Refugee and Immigrant Voices.pdf   Stage 4 (1 of several Social Justice choices)

Resume Writing

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to create a resume and know how to capture their service work in ways that convey their professional experience and skills.

Resume Writing Short

 

Note: as this contains a guide to write a resume, students can also do on their own with review during a meeting.

Resume Writing Long  Stage 3-4 (or especially for career planning sessions or job/ internship searches)

River Stories

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to share the stories of their lives using the metaphor of a river, which builds trust and relationships. 

River Stories Short  River Stories Long  Orientation or Stage 1

River Stories (special): Our Gender Histories & Herstories

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to reflect on and share the stories of how they developed their gender identities and perceptions.

River Stories_Our Gender Histories and Herstories.pdf 
  Orientation or Stage 1

Seeing Through Employers' Eyes: Resume Game and Revision Activity

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants improve their resumes through an interactive activity designed to generate critical thinking and feedback. 

Employers' Eyes Short  Employers' Eyes Long  Stage 4 or career planning

Service-Based Reflection: How It Supports Making Service Meaningful 

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces participants to the elements of effective reflection, why it is important, and how it can help them find meaning in what they are learning and doing through service work.  

Service-Based Reflection Short   Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinators

#Social Media for Change: Effectively Using LinkedIn in the Non-Profit Sector: Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches how to create a profile on LinkedIn for a nonprofit or organization. LinkedIn has over 332 million members, with 2 new members joining every second. It is an effective networking platform for individuals, businesses, and nonprofits and can be utilized to find employees, volunteers, and resources (as well as jobs upon graduation).

LinkedIn Training Module

 

#SocialChange- LinkedIn.pdf (PPT)

  Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinator Training 
#Social Media for Change: Effectively Using Twitter in the Non-Profit Sector: Bonner Curriculum workshop covers why Twitter is useful for nonprofits, how students can play a role, and what should be included in the Twitter posts. This training is an introduction to creating and effectively using a Twitter account with a non-profit organization. With over 215 million users, Twitter can be a great tool.

Twitter Training Module

 

#SocialChange- Twitter.pdf (PPT)

  Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinator Training 
Step It Up Sophomores: Bonner Curriculum workshop that helps students reflect on and craft a second year role that takes on more leadership. This guide will help Bonners evaluate their current roles and create a better CLA for the semester/year by focusing on Capacity Building. StepItUpSophomores.pdf   Stage 2 

Understanding Different Awareness Campaigns

Bonner Curriculum workshop examines several different awareness campaigns and leads participants in creating their own.

Understanding Campaigns Short

  Stage 3 (1 of several choices on Political Engagement) 

Time Management: Manage by Calendar

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants strategies for managing by calendar, a tool for sorting out competing and complex work assignments and prioritizing work.  

Time Management Short  Time Management Long  Stage 1 and again for Project Coordinators 

Tower of "Me"sa Spiritual & Personal Exploration

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants to reflect on their spiritual and core values, creating an artistic representation of them. 

Also see: Faith and Me  "Me"sa Long  All Bonner Meeting (Spiritual Reflection)

True Colors

Bonner Curriculum workshop uses a popular personality and style assessment to help participants discover and share elements of their personality and approach to work, building an appreciation for diversity and reducing conflicts. 

  True Colors Long  Stage 1

Tuesday With Morrie Reading and Discussion 

Bonner Curriculum workshop integrates Tuesdays with Morrie to have participants consider harder questions about life.  This builds introspection and dialogue. 

Morrie Short Morrie Long  Stage 4 (or with a reading group on vocational discernment) 

Understanding Issue Campaigns: 

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces students to tactics related to issue-oriented campaigns like challenging a city ordinance, running for student government, or raising awareness/funds for a specific cause.

Understanding Issue Campaigns   Stage 3 (1 of several Political Engagement)

Unpacking the  -Ism’s: Common Terms To Talk About Social Justice and Oppression

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces racism, sexism, nationalism, heterosexism, ableism, and classism and other forms of social oppression as a foundation for diversity and intercultural competence.

Unpacking The -Ism's   Stage 1

Vocation: Board of Directors

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants consider mentors and their impacts, using the metaphor of a non-profit board of directors as advisors to guide them. 

Board of Directors Short Board of Directors Long Stage 4 (1 of several choices on vocation)

Vocation: Finding Meaning in Your Life: Questions for Reflection

Bonner Curriculum workshop leads participants through a series of questions meant to inspire reflection and personal growth.

Vocational Meaning Short   Stage 4 (1 of several choices on vocation)

Vocation: Finding Your Vocational Fit

Bonner Curriculum workshop guides participants through questions to help them identify long-term career and vocational interests, important to maximizing their college and Bonner experience. 

Vocational Fit Short   Stage 4 (1 of several choices on vocation)

Vocation: "So What Do You Do?"

Short exercise to prompt reflection about future aspirations

So What Short   Stage 4 (1 of several choices on vocation)

Vocation: "The Bridge Builder" Poem and Reflective Discussion

Bonner Curriculum workshop uses 'The Bridge Builder' activity to challenge participants to think, with intentionality, about the importance of mentorship in their lives and the lives of others. 

The Bridge Builder Short  The Bridge Builder Long Stage 4 (1 of several choices on vocation)

Vocation: The Two Choices 

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants think about their vocation and calling, developing reflection skills and critical thinking. 

Two Choices Short    Stage 4 (1 of several choices on vocation)
Volunteer Recruitment for a Non-Profit Organization: Developing a Volunteer Assessment Plan (Part 1)
Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants how to develop a volunteer assessment plan for a service site, analyzing the volunteer needs  how individuals can fill those positions.

Volunteer Recruitment - Session 1

 

Volunteer Recruitment - Session 1 (PPT)

  Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinator Training

Volunteer Recruitment for a Non-Profit Organization: Outreach Strategies (Part 2)

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants how to analyze resources and connections that they have in a web in order to developing a recruitment plan for a site.

Volunteer Recruitment - Session 2

 

Volunteer Recruitment - Session 2 (PPT)

  Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinator Training 

Volunteer Recruitment for a Non-Profit Organization: Training & Managing Volunteers (Part 3)

Bonner Curriculum workshop teaches participants how to carry out volunteer outreach and to provide training and support for volunteers or students at a site.

Volunteer Recruitment - Session 3

 

VR Training - Session 3.pdf

  Site/Issue Teams and Project Coordinator Training 

Who Am I?: Unpacking Race and the Privilege and Oppression That Follows

Bonner Curriculum workshop helps participants to think critically about race and racism, especially from the lens of privilege and oppression.

Who Am I.Race & Privilege

 

Who Am I (PPT)

  Stage 2 

Y'all Means All: Discussing Gender and Sexual Orientation 

Bonner Curriculum workshop introduces participants into a deeper discussion of gender as well as sexual orientation (or preference), which is inclusive of LGBTQ identities.

Y'all Means All

 

Y'all Means All (PPT)

  Stage 3

Your Empowered Voice Through Creative Expression

Bonner Curriculum workshop, which draws on the inspiring TED Talk of a woman from Darfur, prompts students to find their own voice about an issue they care about and share it creatively.

Empowering Voice Through Creative Expression   Stage 4 or a Senior Retreat 

Handout Boncon19 workshop - Identity - Privilege 30 copie s 2-sided BW.pdf