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Students from any major are invited to join Engineers Without Borders at Georgia Tech (EWB-GT), a local chapter of an international organization that empowers communities through engineering projects. The Tech group is currently working on five projects that span three continents.

Engineers Without Borders USA builds a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic human needs. Our highly skilled volunteers work with communities to find appropriate solutions for their infrastructure needs. International Community Program

Engineers Without Borders Nicaragua Project: Georgia Tech students, as members of the Engineers Without Borders, are working to improve the quality of life for a community on the outskirts of Matagalpa, Nicaragua. The program is working to improve the public and environmental health issues within the community through the development of new

Energy Club at Georgia Tech is dedicated to bringing together different viewpoints on energy and energy-related social, economic, and political issues. Engineers Without Borders. Engineers Without Borders serves as a resource for personal development and a stronger understanding of global health and humanitarian engineering concerns.

Students from any major are invited to join Engineers Without Borders at Georgia Tech (EWB-GT), a local chapter of an international organization that empowers communities through engineering projects. The Tech group is currently working on five projects that span three continents.

Engineers Without Borders-Georgia Tech. Menu. Join EWB! About Us. Meet Our Chapter; Meet Our Team; Contact Us; Projects. Malawi - Sanitation Solution; Uganda - Water Distribution; Jamaica - Water Distribution; Nicaragua - Clean Cookstoves; Wish for WASH - Sanitation;