We're launching a Responsible Tech Mentorship Program!

Are you looking for mentorship or would you like to be a mentor? Join our new program to help build community and created better pathways into the Responsible Tech ecosystem.

👋We’re launching a Responsible Tech Mentorship Program and we’re looking for both mentors and those wanting mentorship.

Our organization is focused on building the Responsible Tech pipeline, making it more diverse, multidisciplinary, and aligned with the public interest. One request we have received over and over since our founding in 2018 is a mentorship program; we are thrilled to launch our Responsible Tech Mentorship Program and hope that you join us either as a mentor or mentee (or both! Some individuals with a few years of experience in Responsible Tech can assist college students, grad students, recent grads, and career-changers but would also benefit from the mentorship of veteran leaders in the space).

Responsible Tech Mentorship Program

👍We’re continuing to build out tools to help created better pathways, understand, and community in Responsible Tech

In our last newsletter, we mentioned our list of over 250 Voices in Responsible Tech, which showcases the diverse range of speakers, panelists, and interviewees we have had involved in All Tech Is Human projects (reports, events, livestreams). We also have our flagship report, the Responsible Tech Guide, along with our Responsible Tech Job Board, How to Build a Career in Responsible Tech, and a growing Slack group of over 920 members where we are discussing careers, sharing advice, mentioning upcoming events and education opportunities, and more.

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📚Weapons of Math Destruction is the next book for our Responsible Tech Reading Group! Group discussion on April 26.

Felicia Chen & Grace Juster, who run the Responsible Tech Reading Group which has quickly grown to 160 members, held the first discussion recently for Algorithms of Oppression by Safiya Noble. The group then voted on the next book to read and discuss, which is Weapons of Math Destruction by Cathy O’Neil! The group will discuss this book on April 26th. The reading group meets through our Slack group (not yet a member? You can join here). If you are already on our Slack but not a part of the group, click on our group and find the Reading Group channel.

💰We’ve got a bunch of new jobs listed on our Responsible Tech Job Board!

⭐Public Interest Technology: University Network, Postdoc Researcher - University of California, Berkeley

⭐U.S. Data Privacy & Minors Policy Consultant - Aspen Institute

⭐2021 NYU Public Interest Technology (PIT) Convention and Career Fair Project Manager

⭐Data Policy Specialist with the Data Governance Group - United Nations Development Programme

⭐Program Manager for Policy Practice: AI and Network of Centers - Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society

We’re continuing to grow our Responsible Tech Job Board, which is run by Rebekah Tweed. Do you have a job to add or a comment? Email Rebekah / AllTechIsHuman.org. In the coming months, we will be expanding entry-level job positions and available fellowships.

😎We’re revising the Responsible Tech Guide for the Fall and would love your help! Send over people we should interview, organizations that should be listed, or let us know if you would like to be on our team of collaborators.

Interest form + suggestions

📺 We’re putting together upcoming livestreams for our series with TheBridge. Do you have suggestions for speakers and/or topics? Let us know at Hello / AllTechIsHuman.org

Some of our recent livestream guests have included Meredith Broussard, Timnit Gebru, Yael Eisenstat, Mutale Nkonde, Kate Klonick, Jasmine McNealy, Claire Wardle, Sarah T. Roberts, Timnit Gebru, Will Griffin, Charlton McIlwain, Rumman Chowdhury, and many more! We are setting up the next few livestreams right now, so let us know who you would like to see.

And if you prefer podcast to videos, we have a partnership with The Radical AI Podcast where all of the discussions are can be found on their podcast + curated resources for our Continue the Conversation series together!

👋We’re making the Responsible Tech pipeline more diverse, multidisciplinary, and aligned with the public interest. Join us.

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