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Bonner Leader Program Description
Who are Bonner Leaders?
Bonner Leaders make a two-year commitment to a community-service and leadership-development program, during which they complete a minimum of 300 hours of service as work-study students and/or Americorps members. Together, the Bonner Leaders have provided 45,730 hours of service to Spokane County since the inception of the program.
What is the work of Bonner Leaders?
Bonner Leaders work on fighting poverty in the Spokane region, promoting social justice, developing youth, caring for elders, assisting in the development of people with disabilities, restoring and preserving the environment, and addressing multicultural/diversity issues.
Is the Bonner Leader Program a good fit for me?
Bonner Leaders are interested in helping others. They have excellent time-management and organizational skills. They are willing to work in environments that will challenge them and cause them to grow. They are eligible for federal work-study and plan to commit to the program for two years.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Keith Kelley in the Whitworth University Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement and/or complete an application.
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