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.
Nav found Engineers Without Borders UK after leaving his competitive graduate role, looking for ways to make his engineering go further. He then went on to gain a place on our international programme where he became inspired and has since started his own social enterprise, The Washing Machine Project.
Read more about Nav’s story here.
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