Quotation Mark

“It is through the idealism of youth that man catches sight of truth, and in that idealism he possesses a wealth which he must never exchange for anything else.” —Albert Schweitzer

Events

  • Thu
    21
    Oct
    2021
    05:30 PM - 06:15 PMbit.ly/ASFArecruits

    Are you a graduate student interested in service and public health? Are you looking for a way to apply what you're learning in the classroom to collaboratively solve pressing issues in the community? If so, come learn more about the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship! We'll share details about the program elements, how to apply, and you'll hear from current/former Fellows. This session is open to anyone who will be enrolled through the Spring 2023 semester, since the term will run March 2022-April 2023.

    This is one of several virtual sessions. Each will include a different Fellow but will cover similar information.

    We can't wait to meet you!

  • Wed
    27
    Oct
    2021
    12:15:00 - 13:00:00Outdoor Plaza between Lister Hill Library and Volker Hall

    Are you a graduate student interested in service and public health? Are you looking for a way to apply what you're learning in the classroom to collaboratively solve pressing issues in the community? If so, come learn more about the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship! We'll share details about the program elements, how to apply, and you'll hear from current/former Fellows. This session is open to anyone who will be enrolled through the Spring 2023 semester, since the term will run March 2022-April 2023.

    This session is tentative, pending any changes to protocols for campus meetings due to COVID. Please RSVP here for the pizza lunch.

    We can't wait to meet you!

  • Mon
    08
    Nov
    2021
    05:30 PM - 06:15 PMbit.ly/ASFArecruits

    Are you a graduate student interested in service and public health? Are you looking for a way to apply what you're learning in the classroom to collaboratively solve pressing issues in the community? If so, come learn more about the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship! We'll share details about the program elements, how to apply, and you'll hear from current/former Fellows. This session is open to anyone who will be enrolled through the Spring 2023 semester, since the term will run March 2022-April 2023.

    This is one of several virtual sessions. Each will include a different Fellow but will cover similar information.

    We can't wait to meet you!

  • Wed
    10
    Nov
    2021
    5:30PM - 7:00PMVirtual

    2021 Fellows will gather to learn about the skill of reflection as a part of the service-learning process and how it can aid them in not just understanding the subjective service experience but also assessing gaps in knowledge/skills and developing a plan to continue learning in order to improve as future practitioners. This session will be led by Dr. Caroline Harada, ASF Advisory Council member.

  • Wed
    17
    Nov
    2021
    04:30PM - 06:00PMO'Henrys Coffee (569 Brookwood Village, Suite 101; Birmingham, 35209)

    Thinking about applying to ASF but need some feedback prior to the February 1, 2022 application deadline? Join Kristin Boggs, Director, to receive one-on-one feedback on an application draft or for general feedback about your ideas. Two choices for Office Hours will be available: Nov. 17 and Jan. 18, or questions can be sent via e-mail anytime! (Kristin.Boggs@schweitzerfellowship.org) Come join us for a coffee and conversation!

    Nov. 17th is tentatively planned as in-person; check closer to the date in case weather or COVID protocols require us to move to virtual.

    We'd love to hear from you - you can also share your interest via this brief form so that we know how to stay in touch.

  • Tue
    07
    Dec
    2021
    18:30:00 - 20:00:00In-person

    2021 Fellows will gather for a holiday social and to watch the Fellow for Life webinar together. Location and speaker TBA

  • Wed
    05
    Jan
    2022
    05:30 PM - 06:15 PMbit.ly/ASFArecruits

    Are you a graduate student interested in service and public health? Are you looking for a way to apply what you're learning in the classroom to collaboratively solve pressing issues in the community? If so, come learn more about the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship! We'll share details about the program elements, how to apply, and you'll hear from current/former Fellows. This session is open to anyone who will be enrolled through the Spring 2023 semester, since the term will run March 2022-April 2023.

    This is one of several virtual sessions. Each will include a different Fellow but will cover similar information.

    No RSVP is necessary, but we would love to know that you're interested! Share your name, contact info, and questions that you'd like answered in this brief form.

    We can't wait to meet you!

  • Sat
    08
    Jan
    2022
    09:00:00 - 12:00:00In-person

    Winter Retreat

    2021 Fellows will gather to focus on "Sustainability of our projects and ourselves". This day will potentially overlap with the ASF-wide day of service.

  • Tue
    18
    Jan
    2022
    12:00 - 5:00PMbit.ly/ASFArecruits

    Thinking about applying to ASF but need some feedback prior to the February 1, 2022 application deadline? Join Kristin Boggs, Director, to receive one-on-one feedback on an application draft or for general feedback about your ideas. Drop in anytime this afternoon.

    Applicants can also send questions via e-mail anytime! (Kristin.Boggs@schweitzerfellowship.org) We'd love to hear from you - you can also share your interest via this brief form so that we know how to stay in touch.

  • Mon
    07
    Feb
    2022
    18:00:00 - 19:30:00TBD

    2021-22 Fellows will learn about Health Policy in Alabama

  • Thu
    03
    Mar
    2022
    17:30:00 - 19:30:00Clarus Consulting (2201 5th Avenue South; Ste. 100; Birmingham, 35233)

    As the last monthly meeting in the 2021-22 speaker series, Fellows will be led in an activity by Kristie McCullough, ASF Advisory Council member and Clarus Consulting Group employee, where she leads strategic planning, provides coaching, leadership development and more. Using the Visual Explorer tool, Fellows will reflect on areas of growth over the past year and set intentions about how they can continue developing as leaders in service to vulnerable populations.