New to EWB? Here's what we do!
|EWB 2016 Team|
Who is EWB-USU?
Engineers Without Borders Utah State University (EWB-USU) gives students real world experiences and the ability to implement their own engineering projects, all while helping out those in impoverished communities. Students learn how to work as a team, test their engineering knowledge, and solve humanitarian problems.
What do we do?
|EWB with Peruvian Farmers|
But EWB-USU is not limited to helping communities worldwide. EWB-USU participates in many local outreach activities, including Science Unwrapped, a series of events the College of Science hosts -that combine lecture and quick scientific activities designed for children. The goal is to get children excited about science and engineering.
You don’t have to be an engineer to help out. The club is entirely made up of volunteers and EWB-USU encourages people from all backgrounds to bring their skills to help others.
Because we are an all volunteer club, we rely heavily on donations. Donations are used to purchase materials needed to implement projects and may be used to cover travel costs of our student volunteers. Donations can be made online or by mail, or (perhaps the most fun way) through our annual 5k Run! Our next 5k will be April 22, 2017.
|2016 5k runners|
If you are interested in volunteering, donating or just want to learn more about EWB-USU please see our webpage http://ewb.usu.edu or contact our chapter advisor, Laurie McNeill at firstname.lastname@example.org