Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Program

Albert Schweitzer programs aim to contribute to human health and solidarity by inspiring and empowering individuals to act on their ideals, through serving and learning from communities in need. Each year, the U.S. Schweitzer Fellows Programs selects nearly 150 students from Baltimore, Boston/Worcester, Chicago, New Hampshire/Vermont, North Carolina, and Pittsburgh to serve as Schweitzer Fellows. The year-long fellowships are granted to graduate students in health-related fields who provide community service projects for underserved populations in their local areas. Fellows are chosen from a wide range of schools, disciplines, and backgrounds.

Academic Level
Field(s) of Study
Social Sciences
Law and Diplomacy
Nomination Required