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WeR Gold is Here!

WeR Gold is here! Engineers Without Borders RPI is participating in the WeR Gold Alumni fundraiser.Visit the EWB-RPI project page here.
 With your help we can purchase supplies for our local project. More information about the local project can he found here.

“Engineers Without Borders is always trying to leave an impact around the world. Club members gain valuable experience and learn the steps required to develop tangible projects. I especially love this project because we are taking a step back from our ‘typical’ project type and working to support the community that all RPI students and alumni have called home.” — Brenna Buckley ’18, Aeronautical Engineering

Kingston Fundraiser

Engineers without Borders Second Annual Gala Fundraiser!

Join us for an evening of free food, raffles, and fun while we discuss out current project in Panama and the future plans for our chapter.Donations are encouraged!

When: April 2nd, 2016 from 5pm-9pm

Where:YMCA of Kingston & Ulster County Main Gym (507 BROADWAY KINGSTON NY 12401)

RSVP: ppagnozzi@gmail.com

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Thank You!

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Thank you for such a wonderful evening and thank you to those who donated to our cause. Your contributions have greatly supported Samdubidi, and will help us with our upcoming implementation. In addition, we would like to thank the Rensselaer Bookstore, as well as our Rensselaer Red and Bronze sponsors for their significant contributions. You can find their names on our sponsors page.

Join us for Dinner!

Gala
We are excited to be hosting a Gala to share the story of our successful implementation trip this past January. Save the date!

March 7th, 2015 6pm-9pm
YMCA of Kingston & Ulster County
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Please visit Paul’s Blog to hear his accounts of the trip.

WeR Here!

WeR Gold is here! Engineers Without Borders RPI is participating in the WeR Gold Alumni fundraiser.

“The RPI Chapter of Engineers Without Borders is working diligently as we collaborate with the community of Sandubidi, Panama to engineer a sustainable solution to improve their water supply and quality. Our project will allow their community to meet their basic human needs of access to clean water and give them more opportunities to develop and prosper.” — Jesse Freitas ’16

With your contributions, we can begin traveling to Panama to begin implementation.