» Schweitzer Award Nomination: Building Bridges for Social Entrepreneurship

This award recognizes and facilitates the work of a Chapman student engaged in an innovated project designed to address some pressing challenge in our world, in recognition of their ingenuity and promise as a role model in working for the greater good.

Nominees should:

  1. Be a current Chapman student
  2. Be involved in extraordinary humanitarian work that embodies Schweitzer's ethics of reverence for life and his dedication to a life of service;
  3. Have played a leadership role in envisioning, founding, directing, or developing the project(s)/organization(s); and
  4. Inspire others to "invest in their humanity" in a life of service and embrace an ethics of reverence for life, both by their example and by facilitating engagement.

Nominee Information





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Nominator Information

If being nominated by someone other than yourself, please complete the following:

Reasons for Nomination

Humanitarian Service


If additional organizations or projects for this nominee, you may submit up to two more below:

Humanitarian Service (2)


Humanitarian Service (3)


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