"At Princeton, the student chapter of Engineers Without Borders has an executive board that is nearly 70 percent female, reflecting the overall club composition" - EWB Princeton mentioned in this New York Times article about attracting female engineers!
Are you interested in sustainable international development?
Want to make a lasting impact on communities around the world?
If so, then Engineers Without Borders is the organization for you! (You DON'T have to be an engineer to join!)
Princeton’s student chapter is working on water filtration projects in Peru, Dominican Republic, and Kenya. These projects provide Princeton students with the opportunity to travel and participate in implementation processes on-site every summer.
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