Get Involved in Engineers Without Borders
The Professional Chapter was founded in 2004 and is active in three regions: Uganda, Nicaragua, and Sierra Leone.
Our success as an organization depends on having active members. We need a wide range of skills that extend far beyond just engineering. Architects, engineers, scientists, nurses, doctors, lawyers, media specialists, teachers and others are needed to work on projects and to develop and run the chapter.
Anyone that has expertise in community development, water supply, sanitation, energy supply, shelter systems, languages, agriculture, and health issues, should come to a chapter meeting!
It's easy to get involved:
Step 1: Register online for a website account
Register online at https://ewbseattle.org/user/register and sign up for all future communication from EWB-PSP.
Step 2: Join EWB!
Contribute to the cause by paying for an EWB-USA membership (please select EWB-PSP to ensure a portion of your membership dues returns to our chapter)
Step 3: Volunteer!
Volunteer to help out a project by attending Project meetings and/or contacting a project lead.
- Nicaragua: Sierra Gernhart, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sierra Leone: Chris Stearns and Wenting Guo, email@example.com
- Uganda: Will Herkes, firstname.lastname@example.org
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