The Michigan Tech chapter of Engineers Without Borders includes 80 active students from more than ten departments. Almost 50% of its members are women. The chapter provides a venue for all students on campus to engage in international development projects. EWB-Michigan Tech currently has projects in Guatemala, Honduras, and Bolivia. To date nearly 200 students have been active in EWB at Michigan Tech, including every engineering field, business, technical communication, forestry, humanities, policy and psychology.
- Improve the quality of life, notably health, environment, and economics, in partner communities
- Create better engineers
First-year through Doctorate