“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
Thu07Jan202112:00 - 2:00 PMbit.ly/ASFArecruits
In follow-up to the Advice from Fellows sessions, ASF of Alabama Director, Kristin Boggs, will be available for applicants to "pop in" during open Office Hours on January 7 (12-2pm), 11th (9-11am) and 9th (4:30-5:30pm). Feel free to ask questions, get feedback on your application, etc. If you're unable to attend any day and time, simply email Kristin (Kristin.Boggs@schweitzerfellowship.org) to schedule another time for assistance.
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Are you a graduate student looking for a way to address health disparities and social needs? Join us for this virtual session to learn how graduate students in Alabama can serve and learn to be community leaders through the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship. Applications are being accepted for the 2021-22 cohort, which runs from March 2021-April 2022.
A series of sessions are being offered, and applicants are encouraged to attend one or more. The final session will be on January 12th and will include:
- An overview of the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship program and application process
- Fellows and alumni sharing their experiences
- Tips for how to maximize your application
- Time to answer your questions
On November 5th, our guest host will be Jean Paul Osula (2020-21 Fellow). He will be answering your questions and helping you craft a strong application and community partnership.
Tune in to bit.ly/ASFArecruits to join us!
Join us in celebration of the 2020-21 Fellows to hear about their service experiences - the outcomes of their projects and the impacts it had on them personally. We will also award the 2021 Alabama ASF Humanitarian of the Year award and will introduce the 2021-22 Fellows.