Rutgers Bonner Leaders

Rutgers Bonner Leaders at Rutgers-New Brunswick are part of the national Bonner Foundation Network of  college students who are committed to community service and social justice. At Rutgers, Bonner Leaders are involved in every major New Brunswick community event as they learn to serve within an orientation to social change. 





What do Rutgers Bonner Leaders do?

  • Attend an overnight orientation session and weekly training on Fridays, 3-5pm, during the semester.

  • Serve part-time at a community organization and  support community events.  

  • Participate in an alternative spring break community service trip. Recent service trips have supported rebuilding efforts in Appalachia and Puerto Rico.

Check out our Bonner Introduction Video


If you are a Federal Work Study student and you want to become a Rutgers Bonner Leader, complete the Collaborative Center application.

  • Join a national network for community service.

  • Explore your interests, gain experience and expertise.

  • Contribute to a community or an issue you care about. 


The Rutgers Bonner Leader four-year program is a partnership of the Bonner Foundation, EOF, and the Office of Financial Aid/Federal Work Study, Rutgers-New Brunswick.


Rutgers Collaborative Center

640 Bartholomew Road

Busch Campus

Piscataway, New Jersey 08854

United States

T (848) 932 8660

F (732) 445 4231


  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon
  • YouTube Social  Icon

Copyright © 2017, Rutgers, The State University of  New Jersey, an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. All rights reserved.