The Utah Chapter of APWA supports community events and affiliation with other public works and engineering organizations. As an annual opportunity, we support the continuous effort of Engineers Without Borders – organized through Utah State University.
What is Engineers Without Borders (EWB)?
Engineers Without Borders is a dedicated group of volunteers who make change in the world by working with developing communities to meet their basic needs. By combining technical skill and knowledge with compassionate outreach, we are making a difference wherever we go!
Each year they work toward the delivery of utility projects that overall will help a community with health, welfare, and quality of life. They meet on a regular basis and would appreciate the help of professional engineers. Professionals can contribute through monetary donations, collaborative efforts, quality reviews of projects, or support and labor to build. Each project is very rewarding!!
•Mexico team meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:15 pm in EL221
•Peru team meets Thursdays at 6 pm in ENGR 206
•Domestic projects team meetings are TBAEWB Vision
Our vision is a world in which communities have the capacity to sustainably meet their basic human needs, and that our members will have enriched global perspectives through the innovative, professional, and educational opportunities that the EWB-USA program provides.
EWB-USA supports worldwide, community-driven development programs by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders.
DONATE TO EWB
Through APWA’s Fall Conference Registration process. The GRAND TOTAL WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT CONFERENCE.
Or online through the USU donation page: https://www.usu.edu/giving/index.cfm?area=3
OR by check
EWB-USUDept of Civil and Environmental EngineeringUtah State University4110 Old Main HillLogan, UT 84322-4110
TO GET INVOLVEDContact Laurie McNeilat Utah State Universitylaurie.firstname.lastname@example.org+1 (435) 797-1522
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