Find out how Jonathan, founder of DASH, is working to create better spaces for people and planet by embracing a regenerative approach to design and development.
Learn how Milly’s experience in a university Chapter shaped her career and has gone onto inspire the next generation of engineers.
Hear from Tim Ibell about the changes he’s making to degree guidelines to encourage more divergent thinking in the sector and put the climate emergency at the centre of engineering education.
Learn about how Dr Sarah Peers’ career change led her to developing Spirax-Sarco’s One Planet: Engineering with Purpose sustainability strategy.
Find out how Isha is contributing to a sustainable future, working with RMI India to support electric mobility and zero-energy buildings.
Learn how a user-first mentality has been embedded into startup, Qflow, as a result of co-founder Brittany’s experience with Engineers Without Borders UK.
Find out how Maryam was inspired as a student to shape the next generation of globally responsible engineers and learn more about her research into innovative PEE POWER® technology.
Learn more about George’s work in the renewable energy sector in Kenya and how his experience of reviewing submissions for the Engineering for People Design Challenge has shaped his outlook on projects in his home country.
Find out how Jon is contributing to a more responsible mining industry by supporting leading mining standards and creating impactful partnerships.
Find out how Georgia, nominated Rising Star for the Black British Business Awards, and founder of D-vers-ty is creating lasting change in across the sector.
After becoming acutely aware of the life saving impact of engineering, Sakthy was inspired to make a positive difference in peoples lives through her own engineering practice.
From winning a place on a competitive grad scheme to co founding a social enterprise. Find out how Nav was involved Engineers Without Borders UK.
Listen as Jo explains how she became inspired by Engineers Without Borders UK and is now the founder of architecture charity AzuKo.
The Washing Machine Project
Learn how the founder of The Washing Machine Project, Nav, was inspired by his International Placement with Engineers Without Borders UK.
After wanting more from his engineering degree Stephen found inspiration in the work of Engineers Without Borders UK.
Hear how Ruvan is inputting sustainable practice into his corporate role after being motivated by Engineers Without Borders UK’s ethos.
Hear how Katie realised she could use her creativity and STEM skills to pursue a career in engineering.
Find out how Priti is leading innovation at UCL and how her inspiration grew from Engineers Without Borders UK.
Find out how Chris’ experience of being part of Engineers Without Borders UK University Chapter has shaped his outlook on engineering and his career to date, as he tackles the challenges of energy efficiency in National Trust properties.
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Find out what Tom learnt about international development after his time with Engineers Without Borders UK.
Learn how architecture charity, AzuKo was shaped by founder Jo’s experience with Engineers Without Borders UK in 2012.
Find out how Steven went from leaving his role in a technology firm to finding something more meaningful with Engineers Without Borders UK.