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At Engineers Without Borders, we aim to inspire young students to love science. Going to classes and working at education fairs, we run fun activities to give a more practical and hands on approach to the science that are taught to students in the classroom.

Students conceive very creative solutions for designs like their own rubber band powered car, or even for problems of their own concern and get to present their solution! We have taught youth aged 5-17 in large classroom settings. We use common recyclable materials to tackle problems of our everyday lives or even more global problems.

The volunteering activity will run regularly throughout the term and you are free to choose which one you want to participate in. So, don't worry about missing out or getting overloaded by volunteering!

See what other students say about this project

"Having one kid say "this really changed my life" was amazing!"
Lampojan Raveenthiranathan is a final year Engineering student and leads two of our Student-Led Volunteering projects; Engineers without Borders (an outreach project that inspires pupils to consider engineering as a potential career path) and Origami Volunteering Project (which teaches children in hospital wards how to make origami).
"... it's all about teamwork in engineering"
Rachel is a second-year biomedical engineering student at UCL, a few months ago we had a lovely chat with her about her role as a Project Leader for the student-led project Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Outreach, part of the EWB society.