When was Engineers Without Borders created?

June 2002
Engineers Without Borders – USA/Founded

Where do Engineers Without Borders work?

EWB-USA’s projects span 39 countries and 28 states. Our volunteers have the unique skill set to engineer change in all corners of the globe — and we are! Check out the interactive map, where you can search by country and chapter for our active programs.

How can engineers volunteer?

Many engineers wish to give back to their profession, and one of the most noble ways is to volunteer your time overseas….Volunteer Opportunities for Engineers

  • Engineers Without Borders.
  • ASCE Disaster Assistance Volunteer Program.
  • Engineering Ministries International.
  • Water charities.

How can an engineer help the community?

Engineers link communities together through transport infrastructure. Engineers also provide the logistics and infrastructure to collate, sort and distribute food, medicines and other consumables reliably. Such a contribution is invaluable to the smooth functioning of society and the well-being of its members.

Why was engineers Without Borders created?

Engineers Without Borders – USA (EWB–USA) is a non-profit humanitarian organization established to partner with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life.

How do I become a stem volunteer?

Registering and becoming an active volunteer, via the STEM Ambassador website, is quick and easy. You can access the website on your smartphone, tablet or PC whenever it’s convenient. In the new year, you will also be able to download the STEM Ambassador app to make volunteering even easier.

How many EWB chapters are there?

EWB-USA volunteers lend their time and expertise through more than 200 chapters across the United States. It is through our chapter structure that all project work happens.