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  • Occupation:Student
  • Time commitment:Hours
  • Duration:Short-term
  • Familiarity with EA:Familiar, Very Familiar

If you’re a university student looking to build or grow a local campus group, tabling is a good way to do so. Most universities have an activities fair where students set up tables to advertise their extracurricular groups (often called something like "Freshers Fair" or "Activities Expo"). This can help students find you early in the academic term, especially if you have at least one other person willing to join you in pitching effective altruism to new people.

To get started, check out the Student Activities Fair Guide or this guide to tabling with a Giving Game. If you’d like paraphernalia to hand out at your table or funding to professionalize your booth, you can apply for funding from the Centre for Effective Altruism.