A world in which the communities we serve have the capacity to sustainably meet their basic human needs, and where our members have enriched global perspectives through their interactions with EWB-USA initiatives.
Engineers Without Borders promotes community-driven engineering projects fostered by local partners for a sustainable global future. We foster leadership and personal growth within our student members through the transformative experiences embedded in our projects.
Engineers Without Borders USA was founded to provide communities around the world with access to basic human needs - things like clean water, safe bridges, and reliable farming systems. EWB has had a profound impact on the lives of millions of people around the world. The Bradley University chapter of EWB is currently working on a potable water project in Northern Guatemala that will positively affect approximately 80 families. This project will change the lives of the people living in the community. We want to help, and you can too! Here's how...
- Join the Bradley University chapter -- manpower is what drives a project's success
- Donate today -- whether $5 or $500, you're changing someone's life
Although the project constitute the heart and soul of our EWB vision, our chapter looks forward to future growth in many diverse areas. The bottom line? You don’t need to be an engineer to make a significant difference in our chapter!
Get involved! If you are interested in joining the Bradley chapter, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org