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EA Virtual Programs are opportunities for anyone around the world to engage intensively with the ideas of effective altruism through weekly readings and small group discussions over the course of eight weeks.

Past Programs

In-Depth Fellowship

13 April – 13 June 2021

An In-Depth remote discussion group where attendees look into their key uncertainties about how to best improve the world. Ideal for graduates of the introductory fellowship or similar experience.

The Precipice Reading Group

12 April – 6 June 2021

This reading group will read and engage in structured discussion of Toby Ord's book 'The Precipice', which explores existential risks and safeguarding the future of humanity.

Introductory Fellowship

12 April – 6 June 2021

The Introductory Fellowship introduces people to the ideas and applications of effective altruism through weekly small group discussions with a mentor and thoughtfully selected learning materials.

20 February – 10 April 2021

A survey of legal ideas and research topics related to key EA concepts and cause areas.

Introductory Fellowship

15 February – 11 April 2021

The Introductory Fellowship introduces people to the ideas and applications of effective altruism through weekly small group discussions with a mentor and thoughtfully selected learning materials.

In-Depth Fellowship

24 January – 21 March 2021

An In-Depth remote discussion group where attendees look into their key uncertainties about how to best improve the world. Ideal for graduates of the introductory fellowship or similar experience.

The Precipice Reading Group

24 January – 3 March 2021

This reading group will read and engage in structured discussion of Toby Ord's book 'The Precipice', which explores existential risks and safeguarding the future of humanity.

Introductory Fellowship

21 January – 13 March 2021

The Introductory Fellowship introduces students to the ideas and applications of EA and consists of weekly meetings with a mentor to discuss syllabus content, career mentorship, speaker events, and more.