EWB-USA is offering two internship opportunities based in Bolivia this fall. The interns will play a critical role with impact reviews of EWB-USA projects in the country. Additionally, they will provide support to chapters currently working on Bolivian programs. Click here for more information and to apply by July 15, 2016!
We are pleased to announce that more than $265,000 was awarded via 55 grants in the spring cycle of EWB-USA’s Project Grants Program. Forty percent of the grant applications reviewed received funding. These grants will be used to support EWB-USAs ongoing work in developing communities around the world. The following funders contributed to this grant… Read more »
The Engineers Without Borders USA HQ office in Denver is looking for a detail-oriented member who is passionate about ensuring that we’re making a positive impact in our partner communities. A new ongoing volunteer impact intern position has been created in the Denver office to assist with project monitoring data collection and analysis and other impact-related projects…. Read more »
EWB-USA is searching for a new team member, a Managing Program Director who will report to the Executive Director, and whose role will be to provide overall strategic leadership, management for, and implementation of EWB-USA’s community programs. The main responsibility will be for the direct management of the International Community Program, which includes EWB-USA’s international… Read more »
Denver, Colo. & White Plains, N.Y., March 1, 2016, – ITT Corporation, a leading manufacturer of highly engineered, customized solutions for the energy, transportation and industrial markets, has been made a Diamond Level Partner of EWB-USA after announcing an enhanced philanthropic donation to the organization. Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) is a nonprofit humanitarian organization… Read more »
The EWB-USA project process is going digital! Over the last several months, EWB-USA staff have been working to develop the Project Administration and Workflow System (aka PAWS, pronounced “pause”). PAWS will help meet the goals of the EWB-USA project process and enhance efficiency of submittals, reviews, information sharing and reporting. This system will provide access to project information for… Read more »