The Global Classroom: A New Learning Experience

  What drives your learning goals? What are you passionate about? For the vast network of EWB-USA volunteers, a common answer is the desire to study, design and build engineering projects geared toward long-term sustainability. But this motivated group also Read more

Top 5 Reasons to Be a Professional Engineer

Join us in celebrating Engineers Week 2016! Engineers Without Borders USA equips engineers to address the world’s most pressing challenges–and professional engineers play a key role in achieving our mission. Professional engineers at EWB-USA HQ review each project to ensure Read more

Monitoring for a Fruitful Project

The international community named 2015 the International Year of Evaluation. Throughout this year, Engineers Without Borders USA is highlighting the four major parts of our efforts to promote project evaluation: planning, monitoring, evaluation and learning. Today, EWB-USA’s Impact Analysis Director, Tiffany Martindale, Read more

More than Mentorship: Arup’s Story of Success

Who would have thought that a simple “yes” reply to an email would kickstart a journey beyond the safe confines of corporate America? That’s exactly what happened when Arup, a global firm of consulting engineers, was approached by the EWB-USA Read more

Join Fellow Citizens of the World in Panama

By Becky Neely Is there a teacher whose lessons still ring in your ears? For me, it was Chuck Stone at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Stone passed away last month, and his obituary described him Read more