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Weekly General Body Meetings


When: Thursday, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm EST
Where: Castle 110-U, 3401 Market Street


If you’re not sure where we meet or have any concerns or questions, please feel free to email Josh McGuckin our Tech Lead at jpmcgu2@gmail.com.


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  • Ethics that require the highest level of integrity; ethics that promote honesty, communication, and forthright disclosure; ethics that promote human dignity, value, and respect of diversity; ethics that promote social responsibility and appropriate action; ethics that promote fairness and equitable distribution of time, effort, and resources; ethics that promote responsibility to share skills and resources; and ethics that recognize that people should not be exploited in any form whatsoever.
  • Education that develops a new generation of engineers, who will benefit from seeing the many facets of engineering solutions to problems in developing communities, beyond the technical skills obtained in their basic education; and in the education of host-community partners.​

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Our Outreach team in Miramar needs your help immediately. Basic medical supplies, food, and water-purification equipment are in high demand. Make your contribution now.

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EWB’s main objective is to work with disadvantaged communities worldwide to improve their quality of life. The central tenet of the organization is “to build a better world, one community at a time.”

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THE COMMUNITY

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THE WORLD

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  • Change that can contribute positively to communities; change that, started now, will provide new solutions over time; and change that can interrupt the cycle of poverty.

  • People in host communities who define the development projects and contribute to insuring ownership, appropriateness, and long-term effectiveness; people who can solve their own problems.
  • Partnerships with a broad cadre of institutional, academic, development, and engineering organizations that are willing to assist in building toward a more equitable and sustainable world.
  • Sustainable projects that are symbiotic with the environment, society, and culture and build capacity for people to solve their own problems.

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Work with members in your community and make a difference

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