Week beginning April 29th
Head of International Partnerships Jonny Gutteridge is cycling across the country the hard way to raise money for EWB's placements programme this April. Please will you join him or sponsor him to help him over the hills?
Jonny has never done any mountain biking and it's a very hilly and rough route including over three miles of ascent. There'll be mud, rain, cold, punctures and plenty of pain so please give him some encouragement.
WE ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR
The Brighton Science Festival (23rd-24th Feb)
The event will be a weekend of hands-on science activities, in which you will get the chance to run one of our established workshops W
EWB have a stand for three days at the air show, we will be running table top activities to get children interested in engineering and development. If you are interested please email email@example.com ASAP to get details and to sort passes out.
CLOSED TO FURTHER APPLICATIONS
A six to twelve month placement to develop new technologies for the urban sanitation chain which better meet customers’ needs and desires and enhance the commercial viability of pit emptying and latrine building services with Water for People based in Kampala, Uganda.
EWB-UK volunteer placements are open to UK-based people and British citizens living overseas. Priority is given to those with four or fewer years of technical experience. You must be aged 18 or over to apply
Closed to further applications: Africa internship opportunity with Practical Action Consulting and EWB-UK
EWB-UK and Practical Action Consulting have got together to offer a 12 month internship volunteering at the heart of PAC’s pioneering work in Eastern Africa. We aim to provide a recent graduate the chance to experience and learn from working in an international NGO in Africa and to support the development and implementation of innovative assignments that promote Practical Action’s experiences into the practices of other organisations.
With the academic year drawing to an end and exams looming just around the corner, it is time to have a quick look at what the EWB-branches have been up to. This is the third in a series of stories about our branches; today we look at EWB Exeter, a brand new branch. James Please, Co-President, takes us through a very exciting year.
Engineers Without Borders UK is helping to build a world where everyone has access to the technology and infrastructure they need to defeat poverty. To help realise our vision, we are now offering students and new professionals the opportunity to work with our partner development organisations across the world.
Placements last for between 3 months and 12 months and most start in early July. Applications are now closed.
Other opportunities: role at V3 Power.