Community Engineering Corps
The Community Engineering Corps brings underserved communities and volunteer engineers together to advance local infrastructure solutions in the United States. Formed in 2014, the Community Engineering Corps is an alliance of EWB-USA, the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Water Works Association.
Who We Work With
The Community Engineering Corps works with communities across the United States that are unable to easily retain or afford traditional engineering services. Volunteers work with community associations, nonprofits and municipalities in both rural and urban areas.
Are you a community that needs assistance? Visit the Community Engineering Corps website for more information >>
Community Engineering Corps volunteers provide communities with pro-bono engineering services to successfully carry out the mission of the program. All projects are vetted for applicability and reviewed by volunteer committees to ensure a standard of care for sustainable and appropriate solutions to communities’ infrastructure challenges.
Interested in volunteering with a project team?
Check out our open projects here. EWB-USA chapters are also encouraged to identify needs in their own backyard and develop projects together with local community partners
Interested in individual volunteer opportunities?
If it’s a fit for your skills and interests, we welcome your participation on our Domestic Application Review Committee or our Technical Review Committee. These committees review and approve community applications and technical documents, ensuring quality products for our communities.