Fundraising at Rutgers 2010 Football Home Opener

On September 2, 2010, members of Rutgers chapter's Guatemala Project, along with friends, SHE, SWE, and Theta Tau volunteered 114 total hours. A percentage of the total sales from the concession stands will go to the Guatemala Project's efforts in Nueva Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan.

Picture of EWB-RU volunteering at a Rutgers football game concession stand


First Meeting of Fall 2010

Come and join us for our first meeting of the semester!

 It will be on Wednesday, September 8, 2010 from 7 to 8 pm in the Busch Campus Center Room 120 A and B.

The meeting room can be found by walking all the way down the corridor next to the Cove.

Hope to see you there!

EWB Rutgers is Recognized by em[POWER] and the Engineering Governing Coucil

Engineers Without Borders Rutgers was awarded first place in em[POWER]'s Students for Service competition at their "Wasteland to Homeland" event. The prize includes $500, which will be used to help fund our international projects.

The Rutgers Engineering Governing Coucil recognized Engineers Without Borders Rutgers as the "Most Active Engineering Society" for the 2009-10 academic year.

EWB-USA Awards $2,000 Grant to Guatemala Project

EWB-USA Rutgers' Guatemala Project, Water Supply in NSCI, recently received a grant for $2,000 from EWB-USA. These funds will be used for either the upcoming assessment trip in August or the planned implementation in January 2011.

Full list of EWB-USA grants

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