The first GAM of the fall semester will be Wednesday September 10, at 8:30 PM in Surge 109. This will be an introductory meeting to all the projects. New members are encouraged to bring $10 for chapter fees.
The first GAM of the second semester will be Wednesday February 26, at 8 PM in Surge 118B. This will be an introductory meeting to all the projects. New members are encouraged to bring $10 for chapter fees. There will be food provided.
First GAM: Winter Trips Report Back MCB 129 at 7pm
Our next EWB Guatemala meeting will be Tuesday, January 24th at 7pm in ICTAS 221. Again, you'll have to call 608-769-6830 if you're late because the doors to the building will be locked. Rich Opem and Michael Gay plan to be available for questions about the septic system designs at this time. We will probably break into two groups so one can discuss the gravity fed and the other the pumped system. Everyone should bring a list of questions for Michael and Rich.
Please also let Victoria or I know if you don't have a part for the implementation report yet. We still need someone to research the costs of supplies. The wastewater google doc lists who volunteered for which tasks: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hHvAfRIT4brBpoGmYOLzZrvB2PUDewdWJmeYmSK5nHk/edit?hl=en_US
See you all next week, and enjoy your weekend!
Danny, a campus representative for Teach for America, will give a quick presentation about the program. Also project directors will talk about winter break trips
We will meet at the OIRED building (Corner of Prices fork and Toms Creek near Surge) at 3:30 pm on Tuesday/Thursday and at 12 pm on Saturday. We will probably be working for an hour or two. Bring your laptop to help with the sorting. Email me if you have any questions.
Come support EWB's Guatemala Project by listening to some awesome music.
Friday, November 11 at 9:30pm - November 12 at 2:00am
The Line Up:
Malt Liquor Sundae
Unders are welcome!
My name is Kara Carpenter and I am a member of the Engineer’s Without Borders Guatemala team. As you may know, recently there have recently been devastating landslides in Guatemala that have led to casualties and home displacement. My team and I are trying to send over a care package of clothing and blankets as soon as possible.
I would greatly appreciate it if you guys would donate any old t-shirts/pants/shoes. I know not many people brought that much extra clothing to school, but any type of donation will help even if it's just a t-shirt.
We are working on the book sorting and cataloging again this Friday. Anyone interested meet us at the OIRED building (Corner of Prices fork and Toms Creek near Surge) at 1:30 pm. We will probably be working for an hour or two. Bring your laptop to help with the sorting. Email me if you have any questions.
Contact Daniel Vaca firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions
First Dominican Republic Meeting will be in Rand 110 at 6:30pm
Looking for new members, especially Freshman!!!