There are several ways you can become involved with EWB-USA:
JOIN A CHAPTEREWB-USA members volunteer their time and expertise through EWB-USA chapters. Members can join one of more than 286 dedicated chapters across the United States working in 43 countries around the world. Once you are connected to an EWB-USA chapter you can attend meetings, network with like-minded individuals and directly engage in EWB-USA programs and projects. It is through our chapter structure that all EWB-USA project work happens around the world. Chapters partner directly with communities on community-driven engineering projects to meet basic human needs.
Learn more about our chapters and find a chapter near you on our Volunteer page.
BECOME A MENTOREWB-USA professional members have the unique opportunity to mentor the next generation of engineers to make a lasting difference in the lives of others. EWB-USA student chapters are in need of mentors to oversee the technical aspects of their community development programs and to provide overall guidance. Most mentors make a personal connection to nearby student chapters.
Learn more about mentoring and locate a chapter near you on our Volunteer page.
ENGINEERING SERVICE CORPSEWB-USA’s Engineering Service Corps (ESC) offers the expertise of our most seasoned volunteers to organizations in the international development sector. The Engineering Service Corps performs a variety of services, including engineering studies, owner’s representation, planning, design, and monitoring and evaluation. Project focus areas for ESC include Disaster Response, Infrastructure, and Research & Development.
Read more about the Engineering Service Corps on our Engineering Service Corps page and in the Engineering Service Corps support articles. If you are interested in learning more about the EWB-USA Engineering Service Corps and how you can become involved contact email@example.com.
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