The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship of Alabama is preparing the next generation of professionals who will serve and empower vulnerable people to live healthier lives and create healthier communities.
Our chapter was founded in 2015 and joined a national network of Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Chapters across the United States. Our vision is to create a global corps of leaders who promote positive change with an in our communities, our health and human service systems, and our world.
Graduate students apply to spend a year working alongside a community agency to identify an unmet need and develop a new or expand an existing program to meet that need. Contact us to learn how you can apply!
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36 People | 163 Impacts | 1,545 Hours | 39,283 Total Economic Impact