EA - Applications Open: CEA Career Planning Program Pilot by Cian M

The Nonlinear Library

Aug 20 2023 • 1 min

Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Applications Open: CEA Career Planning Program Pilot, published by Cian M on August 20, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. The CEA Virtual Programs team is piloting a 5-week Career Planning Program! Apply by August 27th. Key info Dates: September 11th - October 15th, 2023 Application deadline: August 27th Target Audience: Anyone who is considering pursuing a career in an EA cause area and who has an existing understanding of EA ideas. Content: Participants will complete an adapted version of 80,000 Hours' career planning template, and have weekly discussions with a facilitator and a group of peers interested in pursuing similar career paths. We think we can help you to plan your career by providing structure, accountability and feedback during your career planning process. Through a combination of reading, exercises and discussions, you'll explore what a high-impact career looks like for you, and start making progress on next steps. Find out more about the program here. We highly recommend this program if you: Are interested in finding a career that is high-impact and a good fit for you. Have a good understanding of core ideas in effective altruism and/or have completed an Introductory EA Program or In-Depth EA Program. Can commit at least 1.5 hours a week to exercises and readings, and 1.5 hours to discussion sessions. Note: Though the materials for this program are based on the 80,000 Hours 8-week career planning course and 80,000 Hours was consulted when creating this program, they are not the organisers. However, we would still encourage people to apply to 80,000 Hours 1:1 advising - the accountability and structure of this program makes a great compliment to 1:1 advising! Ready to apply? Find out more about the program here and register here by Sunday, August 27th. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org