Engineers Without Borders has been an incredible opportunity for me to become integrally involved in something that I hope my future career will resemble. From the development work to the hands-on engineering experience, leadership opportunities to interactions with professionals in the field, I have loved being apart of EWB and everything we do!" - Nikki van den Heever, civil engineering major, minor in leadership
At CU-Boulder, we don’t just provide service learning opportunities for students – we pioneer them. Professor Bernard Amadei is the founder of Engineers without Borders - USA, and alumna Avery Bang (MCivEngr’09) is CEO of Bridges to Prosperity.
To get involved with a CU-Boulder service-learning group that offers experiences related to engineering, please visit the following:
The College of Engineering and Applied Science also houses the Mortenson Center in Engineering for Developing Countries, which offers MS and PhD degrees or a graduate certificate that combine education, research, and outreach to provide sustainable and appropriate solutions to the endemic problems faced by people who are most in need.