The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship

The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship immerses a select group of graduate students in an experiential learning and leadership development program designed to increase and sharpen their skills and abilities to more effectively address the health needs of underserved people. Fellows are awarded a stipend and expected to complete at least 200 hours of direct community service, in addition to other fellowship activities.Applicant must be currently enrolled in a graduate program in the state of VT, MA, NH or the cities of Pittsburgh, PA, Chicago, IL or Baltimore, MD. Contact your appropriate chapter for more details. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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