Students Engineering the Future
Marquette University's Engineers Without Borders is building a better world through engineering projects to help communities in Guatemala meet their basic human needs. Throughout the academic year, student members become leaders to design sustainable infrastructure projects that are later implemented alongside the community to solve the world's most pressing challenges.
We are rooted in Ignatian values, from Saint Ignatius of Loyola, to incorporate our academic curriculum and ethical principles to real-world applications to serve others.
Sustainability isn't just a goal -- it's a practice. We are committed to long-lasting engineering solutions for our communities to thrive.
We build the next generation of globally-responsible engineers. We’re equipping students with the leadership expertise to address critical infrastructure problems.
Communities are at the heart of EWB-USA approach to development. Our engineering expertise can only be put to work when we’ve formed a true partnership with those requesting our services.