Each year looks a little bit different for the Bonner Program in order to maintain a relevant curriculum as well as to incorporate the interests and feedback of Bonners on-campus.
The weekly Monday meeting topics during the 2014-2015 academic year have included:
In 2014, the first year Bonners went on a Spring Break trip to Asheville, NC and worked with the Timothy Project. In March, 2015 the class of 2018 is traveling to Almost Heaven, WV to work with Habitat on a Collegiate Challenge project.
Around 40 Davidson Bonners are completing a summer of service each summer. This can be any where in the world as long as you are working with a not-for-profit organization. This summer a few of the sites include:
ADST advances understanding of American diplomacy through programs and resources, including an instructional website for those interested in foreign service careers.
LitWorld engages students and families around the globe by providing opportunities for them to explore and learn from their own narratives and builds sustainable communities that break the cycle of illiteracy.
The mission of St. Luke's is to change the lives of Spartanburg County residents who lack access to healthcare by providing a collaborative, compassionate and innovative medical home.
Uganda Rural Fund aims to empower orphans, impoverished youth, and women to fight poverty in Uganda’s rural communities, through the creation of educational and sustainable development opportunities.