March General Chapter Meeting - Learn about one of our partners, KiloWatts for Humanity!
The monthly Engineers Without Borders - Puget Sound Professional Chapter general chapter meeting is a great way for new members and interested volunteers to meet other engineers, learn about our current projects, and find opportunities to get involved.
The March general chapter meeting will feature one of our NGO partners, KiloWatts for Humanity. KWH is working with us on the energy portion of our Uganda ICT Center project. KWH will share about one of their upcoming projects in Zambia - read more about it below:
KiloWatts for Humanity is a Seattle-based all volunteer, non-profit organization. Our mission is to improve peopele's lives by providing access to electricity and fostering the development of sustainable businesses. Our volunteers offer mentorship and resources to empower less economically developed communities for lasting change.
KiloWatts for Humanity is currently looking for passionate, dedicated volunteers for an electricity access project in rural Zambia. Interested? Come join us as we kick-off our next project! You'll learn about energy poverty, how KiloWatts for Humanity provides sustainable, transformative and empowering access to electricity, and how you can contribute to this great project. No experience or background in electrical engineering is necessary. Volunteers can contribute locally or abroad. Students are welcome.
February Meeting Agenda:
6:30 pm - Networking (Note: Food and drink is available from Pyramid)
7:00 pm - Introductions + EWB Overview
7:15 pm - KiloWatts for Humanity Presentation with Q&A
8:00 pm - End of chapter meeting
We look forward to seeing you there!
March 19th, 2019 6:30 PM
1201 1st Avenue South Pyramid Alehouse Seattle, WA98134 United States