Effective altruism for jews
Apply here for the Spring 2023 fellowship. The deadline to apply is February 11th.
Effective altruism is a project that aims to find the best ways to help others, and put them into practice. It’s both a research field, which aims to identify the world’s most pressing problems and the best solutions to them, and a practical community that aims to use those findings to do good. The Olam Fellowship is a 4-week, in person program for university students that explores the core ideas of effective altruism and their relation to Jewish tradition, texts, culture, and history.
The fellowship will explore questions such as:
It’s an opportunity to deepen your understanding of global issues and their relation to Jewish texts and tradition; increase the impact you achieve through your career, donations and other projects; and connect with other Jews pursuing high impact paths in a diverse range of fields.
The fellowship is open to people of all Jewish backgrounds and does not adopt the perspective of any particular Jewish denomination or community. It will start the week of February 12th and continue for 4 weeks. Each week, fellows will read ~2 hours of carefully curated texts and participate in a 60-minute small group discussion with other participants and a trained facilitator.
The deadline to apply is February 11th.
We look forward to reading your application!
For any questions, reach out to us at Shalom@eaforjews.org.
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