Foundation / Corporation
The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship - New Orleans Chapter
Fellowships to Louisiana graduate students for projects addressing community health needs in eligible locations. The fellowship is focused on leadership development as well as on improving the health status of underserved populations. Projects must address the health or social needs of an underserved population in the Greater New Orleans area.
The mission of the U.S. Schweitzer Fellows Program is to prepare the next generation of professionals to serve and empower vulnerable people to live healthier lives and create healthier communities. To accomplish this, Schweitzer Fellows:
Working in collaboration with a local non-profit, health, or social service agency, each Fellow will design and carry out a community project of at least 200 hours that addresses an unmet community health need.
For more information on project guidelines, see the URL for Full text.
GrantWatch ID#: 177433
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Chelsey Leruth, MPH
Mailing Address: 2701 Airline Dr., Ste. K #140, Metairie, LA
T: (617) 406-9262
USA: Louisiana: Greater New Orleans area
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