Through this online course, you'll learn the key ideas of EA with a small group of like-minded people.
Guided by a facilitator, you'll gain access to curated materials and practical exercises to help you have a greater impact.
01 April - 26 May 2024
Global Time Zone
Learn new concepts, frameworks and counter intuitive ideas to help you have more impact in your career, donations and other projects.
Discuss a curated curriculum with other people who care deeply about improving the lives of others in the most effective ways they can.
You'll have weekly 1.5-hour discussions with a cohort of 4-8 participants and one facilitator.
Access a slack group with others who care about maximising their impact.
Before attending each discussion, you’ll spend roughly 2 hours completing a set of readings, podcasts or videos (and sometimes a brief written exercise).
Discuss the ideas you've read with your seminar and facilitator over video call.
We’ll explore why it's important to think carefully about how you spend your time and money to help others, and why a "scout mindset" is critical to finding the best opportunities.
Some efforts to help appear to be much more effective than others. We'll share a tool for estimating impact, and look into one promising focus area: reducing global poverty.
Should we care about the suffering of non-human animals, as well as humans? Alongside this question, we'll explain the ideas of expected value and impartial altruism.
See how people around the world are taking action after learning more about Effective Altruism.
Luca, Founder & Content Creator at School Of Thinking
Received a grant to leave management consultant job and work as a content creator full time with his project: School of Thinking.
Vlad, Robotics Mechanical Engineer at NASA
Founded an EA group at NASA to help colleagues have more impact through donations, volunteering, and project choices.
Denisse, Software Engineer at Meta in Zurich, Switzerland
Earning to give at Meta, organized “Giving Month” project raising more than $40k. Also volunteering opportunity with “Effective Institutions Project.”
Sydney, Stanford junior studying biomedical computation
Sydney started a summer program to find talented high school students and help them tackle existential risks.
Michael, Stanford studying CS and Earth Systems
Michael founded a student group dedicated to advancing products with the potential to make factory farming obsolete.
Buhle, University of Cape Town graduate and intern at Vodafone
Organised various EA events and began an advocacy project to improve food fortification in South Africa (in collaboration with FFI).
This program is ideal for graduates of the introductory program or those with a similar level of experience, who want to dive deeper into more complex EA ideas and examine their key uncertainties about how to best improve the world.
In this reading group, you will read and engage in structured discussions of Toby Ord’s The Precipice, a book about existential risks and safeguarding the future of humanity.
We’ll send a monthly update with the available programs and application deadlines.