Community Engineering Corps

EWB-USA launched the Community Engineering Corps (CECorps) with the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Water Works Association to address the growing challenge of disadvantaged communities in the United States accessing the engineering expertise they need to meet basic infrastructure needs. Learn more about CECorps >>

Volunteer as a Chapter

EWB-USA chapters can connect to underserved communities that need engineering assistance by applying for an open domestic project. Each project team must have a Professional Engineer licensed in the project’s state who is willing to serve as the Responsible Engineer in Charge.

Volunteer as an Individual

MENTOR A STUDENT CHAPTER

Professional members have the unique opportunity to mentor the next generation of engineers and make a lasting difference in the lives of others. University-based student chapters are in need of mentors to guide the technical aspects of their community projects. Contact cecinfo@ewb-usa.org to apply.

JOIN THE DOMESTIC APPLICATION REVIEW COMMITTEE (DARC)

The DARC is a volunteer committee that oversees the project application process. This committee reviews project applications submitted by communities and ensures the need for the project and lack of other available engineering services. Learn more >>

JOIN THE TECHNICAL REVIEW COMMITTEE (TRC)

The TRC is a quality-control committee that provides technical review of project plans. Learn more >>

CECorps Resources