Applications are now open (due 2/2). Read the information under the “Join” link at the top of the page to see about interest meetings and applying.

Engineers Without Borders – Georgia Tech is a chapter of EWB-USA, a large non-profit humanitarian organization. The goal of this organization is to support community-driven development projects worldwide through partnerships that design and implement sustainable engineering projects.

EWB-GT achieves its goals through collaboration between students and communities. To efficiently address issues in a variety of diverse communities around the world, EWB has in place a unique network of collaboration in which students, mentors, NGOs and community members work together to identify and address environmental and health issues.

Projects

Seminars

  • Global Seminar: Dr. Gleason
    Dr. Gleason, faculty of Georgia Tech’s Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, discusses his work in global development.
  • Serve Learn Sustain Seminar
    The Serve Learn Sustain team discusses their club.
  • Global Seminar: Dr. Kirk Bowman
    Dr. Kirk Bowman, faculty of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, described his work in global development, leading a vertically integrated project (VIP) creating films and children’s books, and led a discussion on EWB’s Read more…

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