Do you have what it takes to change the world?

We believe you do.

Engineers Without Borders Carleton is a non-profit student group that aims to create opportunities for Canadian and African communities while finding sustainable solutions to extreme poverty in Africa. We aim to do this with our programs in Youth Engagement, Advocacy, Global Engineering, Fundraisers, Member Learnings, and a Junior Fellowship program intern in a Canadian or African-based venture. These programs engage our chapter members, the greater Carleton community, Canadians, our government, companies, and other universities to build connections leading to choices that promote and contribute to human development – finding solutions and ensuring a better future.

EWB as an organization harnesses the problem-solving approach, technical skills, and creative pragmatism of the innovative students, professionals and fellows working to create systemic change in Canada and Sub-Saharan Africa. Our volunteers foster a community within a movement of thousands of engaged members who are passionate about addressing the root causes of poverty and inequality.



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September 13 & 14, 2016: Come out to our Annual General Meeting at 7pm room 482 of the library discovery centre. We have two nights set, so pick the date that best fits your schedule! We have exciting activities planned for old and new members to learn about the chapter this year!

September 30 – October, 1 2016:  Great opportunity to get involved with CEWB! Come on out to help out this weekend to deliver flowers for our MUMS fundraiser and take part in an opportunity to add to your CCR. We’re looking for volunteer drivers especially! E-mail fundraising@carleton.ewb.ca if you’re willing to join and help out.