The Bonner Leaders Program at Rollins College
Developed by the Bonner Foundation, a national philanthropic organization based in Princeton, New Jersey, the Bonner Leaders Program works to transform not only the students who are directly supported by the program, but also the campus and community in which they serve and learn.
At the core of the Bonner Leaders Program is the belief that colleges play a vital societal role in nurturing and mobilizing thoughtful, caring, and diverse leaders dedicated to community service.
AboutA four-year, cohort-based community service opportunity, the Rollins College Bonner Leaders Program provides scholarships to students who are passionate about working directly with local non-profit organizations throughout the academic year.
Designed for full-time undergraduate students, the Bonner Leaders Program empowers recipients to address some of the greatest challenges of our time through community-based learning and service.
Bonner Leaders receive a scholarship to help defray the cost of tuition and to encourage their continued efforts to positively impact their communities.
How It Works
Each Bonner Leader receives a direct grant of $3,000 annually.
Each year, 10 first-year students will be selected to join the Rollins College Bonner Leaders Program.
How to apply:
Applications will be available on Foxlink
starting March 1, 2013.
Login to Foxlink, click on the 'Explorations' tab, and select the Bonner Leaders Application link.
Learn more about the National Bonner Program.