If you’re a graduate student with an interest in promoting health in under-served communities in the Columbus area, please consider applying for the Columbus-Athens Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Program. This program is open to anyone who will be enrolled in graduate or professional school during the 2018-19 school year, in any discipline, with an interest in developing a service project to increase community health and well-being. Those chosen for the fellowship receive a $3,000 stipend to pursue their project, and are also given the opportunity to participate in leadership development programming.
The Schweitzer Fellowship Program defines health as a holistic state of well-being, so applicants are encouraged to expand the scope of their proposed project beyond only clinical health issues. For more information on this great opportunity, visit the program website.
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