Engineers Without Borders - UCLA Student Chapter
The UCLA Engineers Without Borders chapter is currently constructing a schoolhouse for the children of Las Breñas, Nicaragua, rainwater catchment systems in the highlands of Chocantariy, Guatemala, and runs the BOOTUP Project donating refurbished computers to local underfunded schools.
EWB-UCLA is a student
chapter of EWB-USA, a national non-profit organization that supports
community-driven development programs worldwide. By collaborating with local
partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, UCLA
Engineering Students use their education to create transformative experiences
and become responsible leaders. Currently, we are working on three
projects. In Nicaragua, we are constructing a schoolhouse for the children of Las
Breñas. In Guatemala, we are building rainwater catchment system in the
highlands of Chocantariy. Here in Los Angeles, our BOOTUP Project donates
refurbished computers to local underfunded schools.
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