What you really learn in England

Effective Altruism

It all started with a really bad Google search. Not “bad” as in “inappropriate;” “bad” as in “poorly worded,” one of those Google searches where you write out a whole phrase or question because you’re not quite sure what you’re looking for. “Man who donates big percent of his income,” I typed, looking for some guy I’d read about in an ethics course years back who, I recalled, did just that. Little did I know that this silly musing would land me a two-month internship in Oxford, England just a year and a half later. Read more from ELA (now Changemaker Catalyst) award winner Roxanne Heston at the student-curated Change Hub.