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1. ATTEND OUR EVENTS
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3. JOIN OUR ONLINE DISCUSSION SPACES
The EATO Facebook group is the open space for our ~300 members to discuss current EA topics and questions. The EATO Slack features channels for talking about specific projects or co-working, among other options.
4. SIGN UP FOR A FOCUSED 1-ON-1 MEETING
Email us with the subject line: “EATO chat” to schedule a conversation about careers, donations, goals for the year, and the EA community locally and globally.
Give a sentence or a few about what you’re interested in, so we know which community member to connect you with for a fruitful and energizing connection.
5. VOLUNTEER YOUR TIME
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1. GET INFORMATION
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2. GET CONNECTED
Browse the local groups directory to find and join other EA chapters that are local to you, or search through the EA Facebook Groups Directory to filter your search by platform, profession, place, or problem.
3. USE YOUR HOURS
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4. USE YOUR MIND
Participate on the EA Forum to learn about the current conversations, ask questions, share your knowledge, and take part in the intellectual project of figuring out how to do good better.