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Established in September 2006, the Greater Philadelphia Schweitzer Fellowship Program (GPSFP) is steadily building its presence in the Greater Philadelphia area. Based on Albert Schweitzer's philosophy of Reverence for Life, which challenges students to act on their idealism by serving needy individuals and communities. This one-year interdisciplinary fellowship program is focused on community service, leadership development, and reflection, and serves as the entry year in becoming a Fellow For Life. Under the leadership of David B. Nash, MD, MBA and colleagues at Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in the Department of Health Policy, the Greater Philadelphia Schweitzer Fellows Program serves populations in Delaware, Southeastern Pennsylvania, and Southern New Jersey.
Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Community, Volunteerism & Philanthropy, Disabled, Education – Other, Elderly, Environment, Health & Disease, Homeless, Human Rights, Hunger & Poverty, Religion & Spiritual, Substance Abuse, Women, Other