EWB-TAMU delivers sustainable and innovative solutions to real-world problems in order to empower international communities by offering opportunities for the students of Texas A&M University to:
- Manage international engineering projects,
- Develop relationships with members of other cultures,
- Create engineering designs,
- Lead the implementation of those designs, and
- Initiate the supporting functions of the projects, including: fundraising, managing finances and establishing relationships with faculty and donors
We believe that we can create a symbiotic relationship with our members as an organization by offering personal and professional development opportunities.
In light of our goals to expand EWB-TAMU into various areas of engineering, it is imperative that we develop our existence throughout the Dwight Look College of Engineering here at Texas A&M. We are always striving to invest our full capacity towards the community and students that we serve.
Being a Member of EWB
When you join EWB-TAMU, you are not just joining an organization that designs and implements global engineering solutions, you are joining a community. We hold organization wide socials, participate in campus wide events, bring in speakers to our general meetings, and participate in sports tournaments. These are all in addition to the awesome engineering projects we work on.
We currently have three active projects. We are actively working with the communities of Los Chaguites, Nicaragua and El Castillo, Arenal, Costa Rica. We are also in the early stages of project for a community in Peru. For more information about these, view our Projects page or click the button below.
We accept students year-round, so please do not hesitate to join! Click the button below for some information about how to get involved with our chapter of Engineers Without Borders.
How to Join EWB