The EWB chapter for the ACT region serves as a network linking EWB members across ACT with opportunities to connect with like-minded people, gain humanitarian engineering knowledge and skills, contribute your expertise to chapter activities, and prepare yourself for a field volunteer placement.
Current local initiatives include:
- High school outreach activities
- EWB Challenge
- Indigenous engagement activities
- ANU partnership
- EWB placement intake rounds
5th April 2016
20th October 2015
11th November 2014
EWB and Embark Australia are excited to announce a new partnership focusing on supporting the growth of a powerful community renewable energy sector in Australia.
Through our work together, EWB and Embark aim to facilitate new locally-owned clean energy infrastructure in Australia, by improving community access to appropriate engineering services and resources.
5th March 2014
Our Spokes in the Wheel initiative was featured on ABC National Radio on the Life Matters program at 9.40am on Wednesday the 5th of March.
15th December 2013
Thank you to the EWB community for the incredible donations to the SAIL Christmas Drive.
29th November 2013
The Ideas Unleashed Program is Engineers Without Border’s Humanitarian Engineering Research Program- an initiative that harnesses the ideas and enthusiasm of students to tackle the world’s greatest humanitarian challenges. It is a research design challenge that empowers students with the opportunity to find solutions that address disadvantaged communities and push the boundaries of sustainable design.
22nd October 2013
EWB and the ANU are Finalist for the Green Gown Awards Australasia in the category "Social Responsbility"! The awards is organised by the Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability. The winner will be announced at the ACTS conference dinner and Green Gown Awards Australasia award ceremony on Thursday 26 September 2013 at WatervieW, Bicentennial Park, Sydney.
For more info, see the ACTS website.