TU Schweitzer fellows deliver literacy and academic enrichment programming for children in transitional housing

TU Schweitzer fellows deliver literacy and academic enrichment programming for children in transitional housing
Gabrielle Cozart and Emily Gore, Schweitzer Fellows 2019-2020 and TU speech-language pathology students at their Schweitzer project site St. Elizabeth Lodge.

By: University of Tulsa

Housed at The University of Tulsa, the Tulsa Schweitzer Fellowship is a 12-month health leadership and service program for graduate and professional degree students who want to address unmet health needs in the community while sharpening their leadership skills. In the 2019-20 cohort are two dynamic speech-language pathology master’s students from TU: Gabrielle Cozart and Emily Gore (BS ’18).

After hearing a presentation by Tulsa Schweitzer Fellowship Director Rachel Gold, Cozart and Gore decided to team up and design a project. “Both of us have tutored kids in various subjects since high school,” Gore noted, “and we share a strong passion for literacy… Read more and watch video here.