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“Do something wonderful, people may imitate it.” —Albert Schweitzer


The Schweitzer Fellowship is open to all graduate and professional degree students at any academic institution in the Tulsa area. If you have any questions as you complete the form, please contact the Fellowship Director. We look forward to receiving your application.

Please check back on November 1, 2022 for the 2023-24 cohort application form.

Tulsa Schweitzer Fellowship Application, 2021-2022 Cohort 7

Applicant: Personal Information and Education

Will you be enrolled in a degree-granting program through April 2022?
What year in your degree program will you be during the 2022–2023 academic year?
When is your expected graduation date?

Applicant: Availability

Fellows are expected to participate in all Fellowship activities through the year (April 2022 – April 2023). This includes attendance at the overnight orientation retreat (April 8-9, 2021), day-long mid-year retreat (planned for Oct 29, 2022) and monthly meetings (in most cases, 3rd Thursday of each month).

Applicant: Personal and Professional Questions

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Project Information

The Schweitzer Fellowship experience is centered around each Fellow’s community project. Schweitzer projects are 200 hours and build on opportunities to improve health for marginalized populations. Projects are housed at a local community agency, clinic, school or non-profit organization.
2-3 sentence description of your proposed project.
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For example, if you plan to meet weekly with your participants throughout the year, how many meetings would be required to fulfill hours requirement?
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Please include Name, Email, and Phone Number of your main contact. If you do not have someone identified, type TBD.
This individual must hold a faculty position in your program of study and be willing to support you through the Fellowship experience, if you are selected. Please list name, title, email and phone. Describe your relationship to the proposed faculty mentor.
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Please upload your resumes in PDF format.
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Applicant: Commitment to the Fellowship

If selected to serve as a Schweitzer Fellow, I will commit to the following:
a) contribute at least 200 hours for my community project;
b) attend an overnight Orientation Retreat (April 8-9, 2022);
c) attend a one day mid-year Retreat (October, 2022);
d) attend monthly Fellowship meetings;
e) present at the Celebration of Service in May, 2023.