We are stronger together. Through strategic partnerships with organisations that share a commitment to ensuring a safe and just future for all, we can drive lasting and effective change.
Why partner with us?
We work with our partners to provide skills-based volunteer and learning opportunities for their staff in addition to building robust talent pipelines, enabling them to demonstrate their commitment to global responsibility.
You may choose to do this by sponsoring our flagship Engineering for People Design Challenge, which brings to life real-world design challenges in a safe and supportive environment, through a project-based learning approach. You could engage in our tailored Advocate Programme, which evolves skillsets to accelerate company growth and sustainability commitments, whilst balancing the needs of people and the planet in engineering solutions. Or you may want the opportunity to inspire the next generation of engineers through a professional to student mentoring opportunity.
Want to learn more?
Why not get in touch to discuss what existing or bespoke partnership opportunities could enhance your organisation’s commitment to global responsibility. Simply email us at [email protected]
Our current partners
We are supporting Constructivist to deliver the Regenerative Design Lab, a six-month accelerator programme for leading engineering and construction industry professionals to support each other to apply regenerative principles in practice.
Engineering Professors Council
We work with the Engineering Professors Council as part of a working group to create ethical case studies for use in engineering. This work is an evolution of ideas generated during a two day board retreat that Engineers Without Borders UK facilitated in 2021.
We partnered with Forage, a virtual work experience platform to deliver a free course exploring global responsibility through four creative modules.
Research and Development Without Borders Cameroon
We work to support Research and Development Without Borders Cameroon to lead the development of the Engineering for People Design Challenge within universities in Cameroon.