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Engineers Without Borders Australia

When I moved to Melbourne few months back, I was always looking to find a volunteering opportunity through which I could give back to the community. 273 more words

On Voluntourism

I work very closely with the organization Engineers Without Borders at my university. We are a chapter of this national non-profit that supports community-driven development projects across international borders. 391 more words


Eco Club Q & A June 2014: Engineers Without Borders

The Eco Club Q & A profiles a campus-based student club that has an environmental and/or social interest. In this column they explain what they are about and what projects they are involved in. 846 more words

Sustainability Office

So much to do, So little time...

Wow, what a crazy last few weeks!.  Between learning all about EWB, planning my vacation, finishing school, and moving to a new house, it seems like I always have a to-do list a mile long.   941 more words


Ghana: Don't be the Saviour

I spent my last week in Wenchi, a town of just under 40,000 people in Ghana’s Brong Ahafo region. It was a pleasant change from Tamale, where I am based; Wenchi is a small town and the weather is much more tolerable. 351 more words

The Village Stay

Can something that I have critiqued so much also be one of my most significant learning experiences in Ghana and where I have made some of my most meaningful personal relationships in Ghana? 1,084 more words

Unfinished Stories