Engineering Can Change the World!
But we can’t do it alone.

Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) recognizes that it takes a team and the corporate sector has an important role to play. Whether or not your company’s focus is engineering, you can make a lasting impact on communities that need support. EWB-USA works across all sectors of industry and society to help build a better world. If you’d like to be part of our movement, join us and become an EWB-USA Corporate Partner.

We will work with you to customize a partnership that fits your company’s goals and help you develop an impactful employee engagement strategy. EWB-USA offers opportunities for your employees to engage with us internationally and domestically. Through volunteerism and workplace giving, we offer a myriad of ways for the next generation of your workforce to make a huge global impact while developing their own professional skills.   


Nearly 9 in 10 companies report that providing effective employee engagement programs helps them attract and retain employees.*

88% of millennials say their job is more fulfilling when they are provided opportunities to make a positive impact on social and environmental issues.*

Fulfill Your Corporate Social Responsibility Goals

Impactful Investing:
A partnership with EWB-USA leverages multiple company assets for greater impact, including financial resources and employee talent.


Employee Engagement:
EWB-USA gives your employees opportunities to use their skills for the greater good. We’ll connect your employee’s interests and talents to communities in need.


Inclusion and Diversity:
With nearly 40 percent of EWB-USA’s student membership being female, we are drastically altering the makeup of a traditionally male-dominated industry.


STEM Education:
EWB-USA enhances STEM education at the university level and ensures your STEM investments at the primary and secondary levels are not lost.


Become a Partner

To learn more about what opportunities would be right for your company, please contact us today.

*sources: America’s Charities Snapshot 2017, 2016 Cone Communications Millennial Employee Engagement Study