Our Inaugural Semester
The Bonner Leaders Program at the University of Houston has had a banner first semester. In August we welcomed our inaugural class—the largest Bonner inaugural class ever. They stepped into an environment in which they are expected to lead, and they have not disappointed.
The mid-year update contains a look at some of their projects and accomplishments. They have accomplished an astonishing amount in just fourteen weeks. They’ve revitalized the campus community garden, started a new recycling program, applied to the Clinton Global Initiative University, and represented our campus at the national Bonner Congress. They’ve also been building their program. Students wrote a constitution, elected a leadership council, and are now engaged in the process of recruiting and selecting next year’s class.
Click the image at right to read more about what we’ve been working on.
Bonner Leaders Program: Finding Promising Future Leaders
As a student in the General Business 2301 class at the University of Houston, I was given the opportunity to either choose a corporate case project or an ethics case project for a semester project. I chose to be involved in the “Innovate UH” corporate case project, which involved the creation and implementation of the Bonner Leaders Program for the University of Houston. One of the aspects of the project is to go into different high schools and do focus groups to gather information about what students are looking for in a program like Bonner and how we can make the program itself better.
My group’s sponsor for the project (through the University of Houston), Dr. Larry Hill, “hooked us up” with the High School for Engineering Professions program at Booker T. Washington High School … Read More »