Working overseas with EWB

Engineers Without Borders works in Ghana, Burkina Faso, Malawi, and Zambia. We work to promote better governance and a more accountable and effective public service, to build the capacity of small-scale farmers, to ensure clean water is available to everyone, and to develop the private sector such that it creates more opportunity for constituents.

And we’re  not just engineers – currently, about 1/3 of our staff overseas come from a diverse background, including public policy, environmental management, the bio-sciences – even a few with a background in international development.

We are committed to ideas that work. This means we’re working to identify the systemic challenges, to understand and address root-causes, and champion high-potential ideas.

If any of this sounds interesting, or you’ve ever thought about going overseas, I’d really encourage you to apply! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

For more information, check out these links to the EWB website:

What you can do

Working Overseas

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