On Friday, September 27th, EWB USask hosted our Annual Development Gala at The Willows Golf and Country Club. It was a great opportunity to interact with students, university faculty, and engineering firms and learn together about failing forward by learning from past failures.
Our weekly Member Learning meeting will be happening once again on Monday at 6 pm in Agriculture 1E79. James Wattam will be sharing his experience of working in Malawi this past summer with EWB’s Water and Sanitation venture. We always welcome new members to EWB, as everyone brings unique skills and talents that will help us further our work as a chapter.
Applications for the Junior Fellowship program open TOMORROW! It is a 16-month internship; 4 months are spent working with one of EWB’s ventures in Africa over the summer, and the remaining time is spent here in Saskatoon, contributing to positive change within the university community. For more information visit juniorfellow.ewb.ca.
Lastly, do you want to become a Global Engineering Ninja? EWB works to enhance engineering curriculum to better prepare engineers to succeed in the cross-cultural, multi-disciplinary contexts that characterize the 21st century. If you would like to learn more about this program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the EWB office.