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School students remind me of ‘the why’

School students remind me of ‘the why’

“For me, there was always a motivation to do something meaningful. I just didn’t quite understand what that looked like or how it was to be done.”   “Streaks of yellow and orange fill the sky as the sun sinks below the ocean horizon – another beautiful...
Exploring ways to encourage Pro-Bono

Exploring ways to encourage Pro-Bono

How can we encourage Pro Bono services in our industries? This was the question raised at the recent think tank event organised by Engineers without Borders (EWB) and Engineers Australia (EA).During this event participants were given the opportunity to engaged with a...
Kinship and Culture – training promotes understanding

Kinship and Culture – training promotes understanding

 It has been 27 years since the famous handshake between the Minister for Indigenous Affairs and his Opposition counterpart, symbolising a great beginning to the statutory Aboriginal reconciliation process. Yet constitutional and legislative deficiencies in the...
Exploring ways to encourage Pro-Bono

Exploring ways to encourage Pro-Bono

How can we encourage Pro Bono services in our industries? This was the question raised at the recent think tank event organised by Engineers without Borders (EWB) and Engineers Australia (EA). During this event, participants were given the opportunity to engaged with...
Kickstart with Mecca M-Power Boot Camp

Kickstart with Mecca M-Power Boot Camp

In early August, Chelsea Hayward, the recent winner of the MECCA M-Power grant supported by a partnership between Engineers Without Borders Australia and MECCA Brands, participated in a bootcamp for young female social entrepreneurs. The bootcamp formed part of the...