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Sparking Curiosity In Future Engineers

Sparking Curiosity In Future Engineers

Engineers Without Borders Australia (EWB) has teamed up with long-time, corporate friend, Bentley Systems, to spark curiosity in future engineering students through the delivery of the Innovation Challenge (26th – 28th November 2021). Andria Zanotto is an EWB...
Regioneering in the west

Regioneering in the west

In June 2021, thirteen EWB volunteers from West Australian Chapters took a four-car convoy for a week-long trip, ‘regioneering’ their way through the state’s south-west. EWB’s Regioneering program aims to inspire students in remote areas to explore engineering...
Pathways to possibility for First Nations students

Pathways to possibility for First Nations students

Inspiring Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander children to explore a future in engineering is a key tenet of EWB’s “Reimagining Pathways” program. As part of the first phase of this program, the Aboriginal Education Consulting Group (AECG) invited EWB to support...
Futur-neer outreach program awarded WISE Grant

Futur-neer outreach program awarded WISE Grant

Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Australia’s, “Futur-neer” program has secured a major grant from the Australian Government Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources as part of the Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship (WiSE) program.  The Futur-neer program...
Regioneering takes head, heart, and action

Regioneering takes head, heart, and action

By Lachlan Fraser Before the volunteers from EWB’s 2019 Regioneering program flew to the Torres Strait, the students involved in the upcoming workshops were asked to draw a picture of an engineer. One young girl drew a male stick figure next to a car – no...