Bonner Requirements

Bonner Leadership Program

Bonner Leaders are selected through a competitive process open to incoming first-year students. Applicants must meet regular admissions standards and have completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Through the program, each student earns a $3,000 service-based scholarship, renewable for all four years that students remain eligible in the program.

Bonner Leaders agree to enroll in at least 3 credit hours per semester, including a required service learning class each Fall, and participate in planned community service activities during the year.

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Requirements

  • Enroll and attend INTS 294: Bonner Seminar each Fall
  • Bonner Leaders are required to serve 8-10 hours a week at their selected community service agency each year as they continue to gain hands-on knowledge, skills and abilities. By the end of their Senior Year, Bonner Leaders will have accumulated 1200+ service hours. These are paid positions through Federal Work-Study.
  • Attend Fall Retreat and Bonner Leader Orientation
  • Actively participate in Spring Monthly Meetings that build your workplace skills and help you integrate your academic learning and service
  • Strongly encouraged to enroll in a minor through the School of Integrative Studies
  • Represent George Mason University and SAIL in a positive manner when completing your work-study hours at your community work-study site

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Important Dates:
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George Mason Bonner Leaders are part of the national Bonner Foundation Network of college students who are committed to community service and social justice.