Engineers Without Borders - Rocky Mountain Professionals EWB-RMP(EWB-RMP)

News:

Note: Our monthly meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month.

 

Next meeting:

The next EWB RMP general meeting is Wednesday, October 8th at 7:00 PM in ECCE 1B47 (Engineering Center on CU's campus.. see directions below). This is the regular room.

Agenda:
  • Our recent presentation to EWB-USA, next steps for implementation
  • Fundraising, prep for spring grant cycle, winter donor letter
  • Our next site assessment, call for help on the 521 document
  • Some chapter wide organizational issues. We need to submit a chapter profile to EWB-USA by next week, and there are some topics that require chapter input. If you want your voice heard, come to the meeting, skype in, or send me an email directly and I can send you the chapter profile/areas of input.

Directions to ECCE 1B47 (next to ECCE 1B41)

From the parking lot at the corner of Regent and Colorado, walk west towards the Engineering Center.  Continue through the courtyard past the ITLL building on your left (lots of glass/windows) and enter the doors on east side of the building (facing the ITLL building).  You'll be a kind of dreary, long hallway on the basement (ground) level.  Walk to the end of the hallway, and ECCE 1B47 is the second to last classroom on the right. 

 

We have raised over $1000 for our Nepal project, to help out, go to:

Reload-able grocery cards:

For those of you with Safeway or King Soopers EWB-RMP grocery cards, keep spending! We need to get our totals to $5000 before February in order to collect our 5% rebate. Also, please note that if your card is spent down to a zero balance and not reloaded for 90 days, the card will be deactivated and can't be reloaded after that.

Nepal Spring Before

Who We Are
Rocky Mountain Professionals (RMP) is as Colorado-based chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) - USA. Our group of highly skilled engineers, economists, environmental policy specialists, and project managers are dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals living in impoverished countries through sustainable, equitable, and economical solutions.

If you have questions, please email us at info@ewb-rmp.org

Projects
Niono, Boy
Donate
Pushing Bus in Peru

Nepal Project

We are in the process of starting a project in Nepal.


Engineers Without Borders - USA (EWB-USA) is a non-profit humanitarian organization established to partner with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life. This partnership involves the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while involving and training internationally responsible engineers and engineering students.

 

Film Festival:

Engineers Without Borders University of Colorado at Boulder and Rocky Mountain Professionals Chapter jointly held The Engineers Without Borders Film Festival Festival on Friday, April 25. The event was held at E-Town Hall in downtown Boulder.

The event was a huge success and raised money for direct support the implementation of rainwater catchment and spring-source protection projects of the University of Colorado and Rocky Mountain Professional Chapters of Engineers Without Borders.

More information about EWB projects can be found at www.EWB-CU.org  andhttp://www.ewb-rmp.org/ projects.html

 

 

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Last updated October 8, 2014 3:14 PM