Get Involved

You want to make a difference in the world.  We have opportunities for a wide range of skilled professionals, and everyone has a part in this team effort.  Whether it's planning and executing our projects abroad, leading a team, or helping with a fundraiser, we're interested in helping you get more involved.  Become a member and join 16,000+ engineers nationwide working to make lasting differences in communities.

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Get Started in Four Steps

Do you want to start getting involved in our chapter?  Wondering what's next once you've signed up for a membership or our email list?  Here's four easy steps to get you started:


1. Get your membership

You must be an officially registered member to travel on project trips and take advantage of other EWB-USA opportunities. Your dues are an important donation to help our and other chapters' work.

2. Join Volunteer Village

Volunteer Village drives our collaboration. This is an interactive platform for sharing questions and information, even with chapters across the country.  Volunteer Village is also is the site for managing our international project management and administrative tasks in real time.

3. Come Meet Us

Attending any of our meetings is the best way to get involved.  Click on any event below for details, or visit our full calendar.

6:00 pm EWB Project Search Committee @ Location Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 572 055 8457
EWB Project Search Committee @ Location Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 572 055 8457
Oct 3 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Join us to our next Project Search Committee Meeting! Our team will review[...]
4:30 pm EWB Secretary Role
EWB Secretary Role
Oct 4 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Join with Google Meet: (US) +1 225-629-3048 PIN: 248982334# More phone numbers:[...]
6:30 pm EWB Board Meeting
EWB Board Meeting
Oct 10 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Agenda: -Elections -Project Search Committee -November Social Event -Website -ASU Mentoring Join with[...]
4. Learn More

Joining any new organization requires some learning, but we want to provide you with as much information as possible to get you up to speed.  Send us an email or contact us below and we'll gladly send you more information about our chapter and projects.

Interested in mentoring students?

The Arizona State University Student Chapter in Tempe is always looking for mentors. You can use your expertise and experience to help a passionate team of students make a difference in the lives of others.   The ASU Chapter currently has projects both locally with the Navajo Nation and abroad in India, providing a variety of opportunities.