Encode Justice Fellowship Applications
Website: https://encodejustice.org
Linktree with more resources: https://linktr.ee/encodejustice
Detailed description of fellowship program: https://tinyurl.com/EJHandbook

We're a grassroots, youth-led organization fighting for human rights and equity in the age of artificial intelligence. Our team spans 200+ members, 30+ U.S. states, and 20+ countries.

Alongside our executive team, we're actively recruiting fellows to join three different sectors (with plans for further expansion): Policy, Advocacy, and Education.

The Policy team researches and drafts original policy proposals for Encode Justice's internal, youth-led AI policy think tank.

The Advocacy team lobbies for the Policy team's proposals by meeting with legislators worldwide, hosts community events/town halls, and oversees phone banking/text banking/email banking.

The Education sector helps us develop AI ethics curriculum for our workshops at hackathons, schools, and other forums.

ALL fellows have the opportunity to contribute to our blog (https://medium.com/encode-justice), which focuses on AI ethics and justice.

If you have any questions, please contact our president, Sneha Revanur, at sneharevanur@gmail.com or via DM (Instagram username: sneha.revanur). We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Name (first and last) *
Clear selection
Name of high school or college *
Graduation year *
City and state (city and country if outside U.S.) *
Email *
Instagram username *
Please indicate your first-choice sector. *
Please indicate your second-choice sector. *
Please indicate your third-choice sector. *
How much time can you commit to Encode Justice? *
What draws you to the intersection of AI and justice in particular? (1-2 paragraphs) *
Why are you interested in the sector you chose as your first choice? What background do you have in responsibilities relating to that sector's focus? (1-2 paragraphs) *
Please link to an academic or published writing sample of any length! (if it's a Google doc, make sure it can be viewed by everyone with the link) *
No need to write something new. You can submit an essay or paper you’ve written for school or something you’ve written outside of school that showcases your writing abilities.
Please provide the email address of one possible reference. This could be a teacher, coach, mentor, or someone you've worked with at another organization, but NOT a parent, sibling, or family member. We may reach out to this person to supplement our application review process. *
How did you find out about this opportunity? *
If you answered "Referred/recruited by a friend" to the previous question, what's their name? (This helps us give them the appropriate credit/rewards)
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