Engineers Without Borders: EWB-USA

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EWB-USA has 16,800 members, US engineering college students, and practicing civil engineers. EWB has over 300 chapters in US engineering schools. They train 1,500 members a year to design, assess, and implement civil engineering projects in third-world countries. EWB-USA has partnered with Narrasys to create EWB-USA Learn, an online institute for standardizing and scaling infrastructure development and project planning and implementation around the world. This training literally saves thousands of lives while training new generations of US civil engineers with global project management skills.

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Engineers Without Borders: EWB-USA

EWB-USA has 16,800 members, US engineering college students, and practicing civil engineers. EWB has over 300 chapters in US engineering schools. They train 1,500 members a year to design, assess, and implement civil engineering projects in third-world countries. EWB-USA has partnered with Narrasys to create EWB-USA Learn, an online institute for standardizing and scaling infrastructure development and project planning and implementation around the world. This training literally saves thousands of lives while training new generations of US civil engineers with global project management skills.

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Engineers Without Borders: EWB-USA

EWB-USA has 16,800 members, US engineering college students, and practicing civil engineers. EWB has over 300 chapters in US engineering schools. They train 1,500 members a year to design, assess, and implement civil engineering projects in third-world countries. EWB-USA has partnered with Narrasys to create EWB-USA Learn, an online institute for standardizing and scaling infrastructure development and project planning and implementation around the world. This training literally saves thousands of lives while training new generations of US civil engineers with global project management skills.