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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...
National Volunteer Week 2021 Shout Out

National Volunteer Week 2021 Shout Out

It would be impossible to run all the life-changing projects at EWB without the tireless and dedicated work of our amazing volunteers. This National Volunteer Week (May 17-23 2021) we want to say a massive THANK YOU to these people, who make our work possible! We...
Creating equal access to digital identity

Creating equal access to digital identity

What if there was a centralised depository that housed all of your personal accreditations, skills experience, compliance activity and induction certifications in a completely secure way? What if you could put your hand up to be deployed at a moment’s notice to...
Enabling Gender Mainstreaming Through Policy and Programming

Enabling Gender Mainstreaming Through Policy and Programming

In October 2020, EWB’s Board Of Directors demonstrated the organisation’s increased commitment to diversity and gender equality, by announcing a specific commitment to board quotas. Currently, five of the eleven board members are women, however, over the next...
Alesha Printz joins the Board of EWB Australia

Alesha Printz joins the Board of EWB Australia

EWB is delighted to announce the appointment of Alesha Printz to the EWB Australia Board. Alesha is a Chartered Professional Civil Engineer and her early career focused on the delivery of water infrastructure projects. Alesha’s early career also included involvement...
Announcing the EWB Influencer Fellowship recipients for 2021

Announcing the EWB Influencer Fellowship recipients for 2021

The EWB Influencer Fellowship is a transformative mentorship program that individually supports students who have already displayed a particular drive and commitment to using their skills to address inequality, sustainability and peace. Now in its second year, five...