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Some of the opportunities and job listings we feature in this update have (very) pressing deadlines (see CEA’s Organizer Support and Fieldbuilder Support Programs, a talk on online information security for those interested in AI safety, and an opening for a Managing Director at EA Jews).

Opportunities and jobs


Consider also checking opportunities listed on the EA Opportunities Board and the Opportunities to Take Action tag.

  • CEA’s Organizer Support Program and Fieldbuilding Support Program both offer 3-week-long to semester-long mentorship to help EA and AI safety group organizers plan their next semester. Apply to either by June 24.
  • The Conference on Animal Rights in Europe organized by Anima International will take place September 12–15 in Warsaw, as well as online. Tickets are now on sale.
  • The EA Nigeria Summit (September 6-7, Abuja) is a two-night event aimed at networking and knowledge sharing. International applications are welcome, but emphasis will be put on Nigerian and African applicants. Apply by August 5.
  • The Human-aligned AI Summer School (July 17-20, Prague) will hold four days of intensive discussions, talks, and workshops covering the latest trends in AI alignment research. Applicants are expected to understand current ML approaches, but can be PhDs, students, or researchers working in ML/AI outside of academia. Apply here soon; the school is expected to reach capacity quickly.
  • Jarrah will host a talk on online information security on June 22 at two separate times (one Europe-friendly and one US-friendly). Find out what it really means when AI safety labs adopt a zero-trust architecture, including how it works and what it does — and doesn’t — protect against. Sign up here.
  • 80,000 Hours will sponsor conference attendance, including travel and admission costs, of up to $5,000 for 10 people who generate at least two successful referrals to the organization’s one-on-one advising service. Nominate as many potential advisees as you like by October 7 here
  • 80,000 Hours is running a survey for people with a range of skill sets who want to work on AI safety (and increase their chances of getting hired by highly impactful organizations to do so!). Respondents’ survey answers will be shared with employers seeking job candidates to help reduce AI risks. Fill out the survey here.

Job listings

​​Consider also exploring jobs listed on the Job listing (open) tag. For even more roles, check the 80,000 Hours Job Board and our Who’s Hiring? thread.

Animal Advocacy Careers

Animal Policy International (API)


BlueDot Impact

EA for Jews


Magnify Mentoring

METR (formerly "ARC Evals")

MIT FutureTech


Open Philanthropy

The Good Food Institute (GFI)

Organization updates

The organization updates are in alphabetical order (O-Z, 0-A-N).

One for the World

Frank Fredericks was named as One for the World's next Executive Director in May.

He joins the team from Accenture, where he was Senior Entrepreneur and served as Lead for the Social Innovators Accelerator. Previously, Frank founded World Faith, a global nonprofit working to end religious violence, and Mean Communications, a digital agency for social good. Frank has written for the Huffington Post, Washington Post, and Sojourners. Frank is a graduate of NYU and received his MBA from the Saïd Business School at Oxford University as a Global Shaper Scholar.

Open Philanthropy

Rethink Priorities

Rethink Priorities published a pair of reports on wild animal welfare. “Three preconditions for helping wild animals at scale” offers a conceptual backdrop and argues that valid measurement, technical ability, and stakeholder buy-in are necessary for helping wild animals at scale. “A landscape analysis of wild animal welfare” provides an overview of five organizations that dedicate substantial effort to improving wild animal welfare. The research team identified commonalities in their approaches, as well as gaps that other organizations could fill.

80,000 Hours

The one-on-one advising team at 80,000 Hours has launched a referral programme. Anyone who refers two or more people who are accepted to career advising will have a chance to win full travel and admission reimbursement to a professional conference of their choice.

And on the 80,000 Hours Podcast, Luisa interviewed:

80,000 Hours also published a blog post by their president and cofounder Benjamin Todd about the most interesting startup idea he’s seen recently: AI for epistemics.

BlueDot Impact

BlueDot Impact is hiring highly skilled and motivated Product Managers and Software Engineers. Successful candidates will identify critical challenges students face on their path to impact, prototype and implement solutions, and build robust infrastructure so the organization can scale from running 3 courses in 2024 to 10+ in 2025.

Center on Long-term Risk

The Center on Long-term Risk (CLR) is excited to welcome Harry Day to the team as their new Director of Operations.

Fish Welfare Initiative

Fish Welfare Initiative (FWI) seeks people who are interested in working on their China program. For those interested, please complete their China Expression of Interest Form (and share widely!).


GiveWell is changing their blog to make it more readable. Read recent posts, including one on the launch of a Research Council and one by Philanthropy Advisor Maggie Lloydhauser on how fundraising for GiveWell is different from fundraising for most other nonprofits.


IDinsight’s Dignity initiative announced an opportunity for social sector organizations interested in quantitatively studying dignity-focused program interventions. They seek a values-aligned, data-driven, and dynamic partner to look inward and evaluate their work through a dignity lens. The goal is to help lay the groundwork for a global movement that advocates for an evidence-based, dignified approach to development.

Magnify Mentoring

Magnify Mentoring applications are now open for women, non-binary, and trans people of all genders who are looking to pursue high impact careers.





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