Join us on Sunday November 20th from 10am to 2pm for EWB-GT's most popular event! Bond with your project team as you compete against other projects for funds and best of all, bragging rights. The event will take place on the Instructional Center Lawn. Please RSVP by 11/12.
This year's showcase will be interactive and personalized! Join us in the Mason Lobby on Monday November 14th at 6:30 PM for an evening of poster presentations, personal experiences from your own peers, networking with our professional partners, and a FREE dinner! RSVP by 11/6 (or as soon as possible).
The New Member Application is now open! Please apply by September 12th at 11:50 p.m. Please note the new application due date. We look forward to seeing your application and good luck!
The new member application for Spring 2016 is now open. The deadline for the application is Saturday, February 6th at 11:59PM. Members accepted into EWB-GT will be notified by Monday, February 15th. Please click the link below to apply
Interested in joining EWB? Want to know more about our organization? Then join us at our Spring 2016 Info Session!
When: Monday, February 1, 6:00-7:00 PM
Where: Klaus Advanced Computing Building 2443
Food will be provided.
The new member application for Fall 2015 is now open. The deadline for the application is Friday, September 11, 11:55PM. This year we will be accepting members in two phases. Members accepted in the first phase will be notified by Monday, September 7(subject to change) and members accepted in the second phase will be notified by Monday, September 14. Please keep in mind that your acceptance in EWB-GT is in no way contingent upon when you apply.
Interested in joining EWB? Want to know more? Than join us at our Fall 2015 Info Session!
When: Tuesday, September 8, 6:30-7:30 (Note that the website previously said 7:30-8:30)
Where: Molecular Science and Engineering Building G011
The Alcoa Foundation announced that EWB-GT was selected alongside four other Engineers Without Borders USA chapters to receive grant funding as part of the Creation of a Global Engineer Program. The program is designed to create and replicate the best practices of “learning through service programs” that develop skills in leadership, project management, communication, systems thinking and community and personal engagement.
EWB-GT will utilize its funding to support the Uganda Project. The Uganda Project will use the fund for their upcoming implementation trip in December. We are very excited and grateful for the support from Alcoa Foundation and hope to continue the partnership in the future.
Engineers Without Borders – Georgia Tech was proud to present its annual World Water event on Tuesday, March 31st from 11am-3pm. The event was held on Tech Walkway and was a huge success for both the worldwide cause and the student organization. The purpose of this event was to raise awareness on campus and bring to light the issues surrounding water and sustainable development around the world that affect nearly 2.5 billion people today.