2018 Spring YEA Fellowship Application
The Yale EA fellowship is a competitive semester-long program for students to deeply engage with ideas and strategies for effectively improving the world. Fellows meet for a dinner discussion every Thursday, many of which will be with distinguished guests and scholars who will share their ideas and their work.
Topics range from poverty alleviation and global health interventions to moral philosophy and existential risks. Currently, confirmed guests include Professor Shelly Kagan, Professor Alexander Coppock, Professor Julian Jara-Ettinger, Dr. Mark Sheskin, and Dr. Erez Yoeli. More guests will be announced soon.

To be considered for the Fellowship, apply below by 5pm on February 5, 2018. (This deadline was extended from the original Feb 4 deadline to accommodate for a surge in interest following our coverage in the YDN: https://yaledailynews.com/blog/2018/02/05/effective-altruism-leader-shares-philosophy/.)

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to yaleeas@gmail.com

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Name *
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Class Year/ Graduate School *
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We will run two parallel cohorts of fellows this semester, both on Thursdays from 5:30-6:45p.m. One has dinner discussions at Silliman and the other at Davenport. Do you have a preference for a particular cohort? (Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee placement in your preferred cohort.) *
How did you hear about the fellowship? (please check all that apply) *
In a few sentences: Why would you like to be a YEA fellow? *
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What do you hope to learn from the Fellowship, and what would you use it for? *
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Do you have any familiarity with the EA movement? e.g. member of a local group/ attended EA events/ read the EA forum etc. *
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Which of the professors are you most keen to meet and why? *
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I understand that I have to attend at least 75% of the organized discussions to be recognized as a YEA Fellow at the end of the semester. * *
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