Introductory fellowship

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An introductory fellowship (sometimes called introductory program, seminar program, or scholars program) is a program in which a dedicated group meets several times to learn about effective altruism. Typically, introductory fellowships consist of weekly readings and discussion groups for a period of 6–10 weeks, in groups of 3–10 people. Fellowships are a high-intensity and high-fidelity way of learning about effective altruism, and many local effective altruism groups run an intro fellowship as an early/middle part of their funnel

Thanks for creating this entry! I've renamed it Introductory fellowship—I hope that's okay.

An introintroductory fellowship (sometimes called introductory program, seminar program, scholars program) is a program in which a dedicated group meets several times to learn about effective altruism.altruism. Typically, introintroductory fellowships consist of weekly readings and discussion groups for a period of 6-6–10 weeks, in groups of 3-3–10 people. Fellowships are a high-intensity and high-fidelity way of learning about EA,effective altruism, and many local EAeffective altruism groups run an intro fellowship as an early/middle part of their funnel. 

Intro fellowships are sometimes called introductory programs, seminar programs, scholar’s programs, and more. 

An intro fellowship is a program in which a dedicated group meets several times to learn about effective altruism. Typically, intro fellowships consist of weekly readings and discussion groups for a period of 6-10 weeks, in groups of 3-10 people. Fellowships are a relatively high-intensity and high-fidelity way of learning about EA, and many local EA groups run an intro fellowship as an early/middle part of their funnel

You can learn more about intro fellowships here.  If you're interested in running your own intro fellowship, see this post

You can learn more about intro fellowships here. 

EA Virtual Programs runs regular intro fellowships; anyone can apply to participate.

An intro fellowship is a program in which a dedicated group meets several times to learn about effective altruism. Typically, intro fellowships consist of weekly readings and discussion groups for a period of 6-10 weeks, in groups of 3-10 people. Fellowships are a relatively high-intensity and high-fidelity way of learning about EA, and many local EA groups run an intro fellowship as an early/middle part of their funnel

Intro fellowships are sometimes called introductory programs, seminar programs, scholar’s programs, and more. 

You can learn more about intro fellowships here