Engineers Without Borders Canada is a national organization with a strong student base. There are 40 chapters across the country that are made up of students and professionals to work against inequality around the world.
These leaders engage with EWB through our 40 Canadian chapters, Fellowship programs and ventures. Fostering local action through the chapter community is essential. Change begins on home soil.
Across Canada, chapter members take thoughtful, strategic actions to create profound social impact in universities, companies and communities. From grass-roots change to influencing governmental policy, chapters play a vital role in enacting change at all levels of the system.
The community makes contributions on a national and international scale: effecting consumer choices, evolving education curriculums, and influencing foreign policy.