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  • Title: EWB MUN
    Descriptive info: .. We are Memorial Universitie s chapter of Engineers Without Borders.. Home.. About.. Team.. What You Can Do.. Junior Fellowship Program.. General Info.. David in Ghana.. Seth in Ghana.. Maria in Malawi.. Evan in Ghana.. Nushka in Burkina Faso.. Steph in Ghana.. Jill in Malawi.. Gillian in Ghana.. Ian in Ghana.. Cool Websites.. my.. ewb.. ca.. wiki.. EWB MUN Facebook.. EWB MUN Twitter.. EWB Canada.. Resources.. Everything else!.. Event Calender.. Contact Us.. Take a Look at David s Blog.. [28 Apr 2012 |.. No Comment.. | 0 views].. Our 2012 Junior Fellow, David Browne, recently launched his blog.. This will be a great way to keep up with him while he is ghanaway this summer.. http://davidsghanaway.. wordpress.. com/.. Read the full story.. Come to EWB s Bake Sale on Monday, March 12th.. [12 Mar 2012 |.. | 389 views].. Learn about Fundraising at our General Meeting.. [25 Jan 2012 |.. | 423 views].. Fair Trade Coffee Club.. [18 Sep 2011 |.. | 821 views].. Sign Up (for weekly emails).. [27 Feb 2011 |.. Advocacy.. We advocate to improve Canada’s policies related to human development and Africa.. Education.. We find creative ways to engage Canadians in educational dialogues about human development.. Events.. We are a busy group, and usually always have something interesting happening.. Check here for updates!.. News.. Click for exciting chapter updates, new initiatives, and big announcements in Canada or abroad.. Overseas.. We build capacity among local entrepreneurs and organizations in Africa.. Together we can tackle the challenges of poverty.. Weekly Update.. ».. Visit Our Coffee Club on February 23rd for a Free Coffee!.. [19 Feb 2012 |.. | 333 views].. In this update:.. Coffee Club is Opening on February 23rd Come get a Free Coffee!.. Contribute to our meeting with Jack Harris on February 20th.. Volunteer at our Grocery Bagging Fundraiser on Saturday, February 25th.. Get to Know Mina, our African Learning Partner.. Weekly Update (October 17, 2011).. [16 Oct 2011 |.. | 787 views].. Here s a quick update on what s going on in the chapter this week:.. Come to Our General Meeting on Monday.. Support the IATI Come to Our Black Box Event on Monday.. Register for EWB s National Conference.. Apply for a Junior Fellowship in Africa.. Get Involved with Global  ...   general meeting will take place on Monday, September 19th, at 6:00PM in The Landing.. - You can support our Fair Trade coffee club every week day from 8:30AM to 12:00PM.. - We need volunteers for the Get Involved and Volunteer Fair on September 21st, from 11:00AM to 3:00PM.. - Our next general meeting will take place on Monday, September 19th from 6:00PM to 7:00PM in The Landing (UC 3018).. Page 1 of 9.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. Last.. MUN Junior Fellows.. Evan Walsh Overseas.. Ian s Travels.. Nushka s Summer in Burkina Faso.. EWB MUN Tweets.. Super excited for our meeting with @.. ScottAndrewsMP.. this morning! It s always great talking to MPs about.. #ewb.. and our work!.. 1 week ago.. We will be at Trapper Johns tonight! Stop by anytime after 10.. 30 and help support our programs! See you there!.. 2 weeks ago.. Our thoughts go out to our friends at @.. EWBUofA.. today, wishing you and the entire.. #UAlberta.. community strength and support.. 1 month ago.. wishing @.. davidcbrowne.. all the best on his village stay! We can t wait to hear all about it!.. @.. EWBEdmonton.. thanks for the follow! Best of luck with the fire ice gala!.. EWB Tweets.. mcollinknight.. Very cool.. Relaxation room at.. #ewb2013.. ?.. 11 hours ago.. [jobs] intern opportunities at.. : MT @.. annahopkins.. Applications now open for Fall 2012 Social Change Fellowships:.. http://t.. co/IkaiiwOq.. rebeccadrakes.. Sounds interesting.. Can you send us an e-mail?.. info@ewb.. We re honoured! MT @.. Scott_Gilmore.. just interviewed re.. failure.. Focused on @.. EWB.. : They re the king of failures.. No one fails like EWB.. Post Categories.. (5).. Conference 09.. (1).. (6).. (14).. Featured.. (4).. Headline.. (20).. (7).. Uncategorized.. (2).. (29).. Meta.. Register.. Log in.. Entries.. RSS.. Comments.. WordPress.. org.. Most Commented.. National Conference Update.. EWB-MUN Chapter Meeting - Read for Details - Wed.. , Sept.. 9, 5:30pm!.. Pre-departure Learning Part 1.. Weekly BBQs and Coffee Club Finished for the Summer Semester.. Most Viewed.. Public discussion: Who Said Aid is Dead?.. - 6,531 views.. - 3,451 views.. EWB-MUN Chapter Meeting Read for Details Wed.. - 2,953 views.. Weekly Update (September 20, 2009).. - 2,771 views.. Website Revamp!.. - 2,238 views.. Powered by.. |.. Entries (RSS).. Comments (RSS).. Arthemia.. theme by.. Michael Hutagalung..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » About
    Descriptive info: Engineers Without Borders is a movement of professional engineers, students, overseas volunteer staff, and supporters across Canada.. Together, we are almost 50,000 strong.. We believe that the next generation of rural Africans should have the same opportunities to improve their lives, that we have right here at home.. To help make this a reality, our members and volunteers apply all the creativity, technical skills and problem-solving approach for which engineers are known.. In Africa, our committed and innovative volunteers work in  ...   innovative ways to apply them.. Our work is focused on enabling rural Africans the opportunity to access clean water, generate an income from humble farms, and access critical infrastructure and services.. At home, EWB is leveraging our network of 34 professional and student chapters to create lasting change across Canada.. We engage Canadians, our government, companies, and universities on a widespread scale, to build their connections to Africa and make choices that better promote and contribute to human development.. Comments are closed..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » Team
    Descriptive info: Engineers Without Borders welcomes students from any faculty.. If you re passionate about making the world a better place, we want to meet you! We offer many opportunities to get involved with our chapter.. Feel free to ask us any questions! You can find our info on the.. Contact Page.. !.. Meet our fantastic team for the Fall 2011 semester!.. Maria Adey.. Co-President, Returned Junior Fellow.. Maria is a civil engineering student at MUN who was in Malawi in September 2010 for a 4 month placement.. When she is not busy with school work, you can likely find her tickling the ivories.. Amy Stapleton.. Co-President.. Amy is in her final year of Ocean Engineering.. In her spare time, she loves traveling, painting, and playing in the great outdoors.. Picture Coming Soon!.. Seth Bennett.. Member Learning Team Lead, Returned Junior Fellow.. David Browne.. Fair Trade Team Lead.. David is a third year Civil Engineering student at MUN.. When he is not doing school work or volunteering with EWB, you can find David playing basketball or salmon fishing on Pond #2 (it s in Hare Bay).. Carly Bigelow.. Carly is a Sociology/Psychology student, When she isn t doing school,.. volunteering or working she  ...   any subject.. Matthew Pilling.. Communications Team Lead.. Matthew is a Mechanical Engineering student here at MUN.. When he’s not studying, working, or volunteering with EWB, he enjoys programming and taking long walks.. Matthew Bannister.. Finance Team Lead.. Catherine Woodford.. Coffee Club Director.. Aaron Lemkow.. BBQ Director.. Aaron Lemkow is the advocacy team lead at MUN EWB.. He joined EWB because it combines critical thinking with practical solutions better than any other organization.. Joining the advocacy team is a great way to learn to how affect systemic change through political lobbying, both behind the scenes and out in the open.. Evan Walsh.. Youth Engagement National Distributed Team, Returned Junior Fellow.. Evan is a political science student who’s been involved with the chapter for a number of years.. He loves to travel and enjoys acting occasionally!.. Aaron Ryan.. Corporate Engagement Team Lead.. Aaron is a mechanical engineering student at MUN.. He enjoys running, drinks too much green tea for his own good, and has an odd fascination with hippopotamuses.. Sean Kennedy.. Fundraising Team Lead.. Sean is a first year Biology student at MUN.. When he s not doing school work or helping out with EWB, he enjoys going on adventures, both near and far..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » What You Can Do
    Descriptive info: Here is a breakdown of how EWB functions at MUN.. Take a look at the positions, figure out what you are best suited for and let us know (.. mun@ewb.. ).. EWB Team Positions:.. Positions in red are filled.. The rest are open for your application!.. President.. Filled by Evan Walsh.. School Outreach Team Lead.. Responsible for overseeing entire school outreach program and for keeping team members accountable.. Currently filled by Carly Bigelow.. Materials Organizer.. Responsible for purchasing, stocking, and distributing SO materials.. Teacher Relations.. Organizes presentations with teachers, provides resources.. Youth Engagement.. Explores new ways to engage youth and helps develop new resources.. Presenters.. Not elected, welcome to everyone!.. RADHOC Rep.. Attends RADHOC (Conference organized for high school students) meetings on behalf of EWB.. Member Learning Team Lead.. -Responsible for overseeing entire member learning program and for keeping team members accountable.. Currently filled by Seth Bennett.. Workshop Coordinator.. Manages and recruits people to do idea workshops.. Learning Partner Liaison.. Communicates with LP, and connects them to the chapter (a learning partner is a long term overseas volunteer).. Currently filled by Amy Sturge.. Junior Fellows.. Already selected (Seth Bennett).. Make sure you apply next year!.. Responsible for overseeing all fundraising activities and for keeping team members accountable.. Currently filled by Sarah Muise.. University Funding.. Maintain communication with the engineering faculty.. Coffee Club Coordinator.. Organizes weekly coffee club members and supplies.. Volunteers.. Everyone welcome!.. External Funding.. Seek corporate donors.. Special Events.. Oversee bake sales, grocery bagging, barbecues, etc.. Responsible for ensuring appropriate communications positions are filled and that members are always informed.. Currently filled by David Browne.. Internal  ...   for meetings and meeting minutes.. Outreach Team Lead.. Responsible for overseeing entire outreach program and keeping team members accountable.. Workplace Engagement.. Offer advice to work term students (and other working individuals) on how to engage co-workers.. Public Outreach.. Promotion to the public.. Fair Trade Rep.. Represent EWB at Fair Trade Coalition meetings.. University Outreach.. Promotion in the University (Fair Trade).. Advocacy Lead.. Oversee team members, and take responsibility for positions that are not filled.. Currently filled by Luke McCain.. MP Communications.. Meet regularly with MP s, connect members to MP s.. Be creative!.. Awareness Campaigns.. petitions, videos, campaigns, again, be creative!.. Curriculum Enhancement.. Getting the idea of being a global engineer into university curriculum.. Currently filled by Lisa Burke.. University Relations.. Primarily with the Engineering faculty.. So we have QUITE A FEW OPENINGS!!! Let us know if you are interested.. These positions are not exclusive to what you can do as a member of Engineers Without Borders.. Come and talk to us at a general meeting if you are interested in joining the group in a different capacity (or if you just want to talk to us).. Leave your response!.. Add your comment below, or.. trackback.. from your own site.. You can also.. subscribe to these comments.. via RSS.. Be nice.. Keep it clean.. Stay on topic.. No spam.. Name (required).. Mail (will not be published) (required).. Website (optional).. You can use these tags:.. a href= title= abbr title= acronym title= b blockquote cite= cite code del datetime= em i q cite= strike strong.. This is a Gravatar-enabled weblog.. To get your own globally-recognized-avatar, please register at.. Gravatar..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » Junior Fellowship Program
    Descriptive info: The Junior Fellowship Program includes a four month volunteer placement overseas.. This program is open to EWB chapter members who will be returning to their chapter for at least one year following their summer abroad.. While the four month placement overseas is the highlight for many, the program also includes the completion of learning modules prior to going overseas, a week-long pre-departure training, and a commitment to sharing their experiences and lessons learned with their community and chapter upon their return.. The Goal.. These placements offer an introduction to development and a rigorous leadership training to members.. They are as much about building great leaders and providing members with their first exposure to development work as they are about having impact overseas.. We understand that four months is a short time to have a lasting impact overseas ;while our volunteers will  ...   about the urgent need for development overseas.. Who Should Apply.. We are looking for applicants who:.. have a proven commitment to excellence.. are committed to building a better world.. have the ability and inclination to assume leadership positions.. are committed to taking on a leadership role in their chapter upon return.. are excited to promote learning about development in Canada and share their experiences with others.. have a thorough understanding of the principles of good development.. demonstrate strong problem solving skills.. We encourage engineering and non-engineering students alike to apply for these positions as well as people with no previous experience overseas.. Applications are made through the university chapters—if interested please talk to your chapter executive.. Blogs of EWB-MUN Junior Fellows:.. Summer 2011.. Fall 2010.. Summer 2009.. Summer 2008.. Steph Power.. Jill Pittman.. Summer 2007.. Gillian Langor.. Summer 2006.. Ian Froude..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » Cool Websites
    Descriptive info: Here is a list of EWB websites:.. The hub of EWB.. Connect and learn from EWBers from across Canada!.. ca/.. EWB s Orange Wiki of Change.. Contains a junk load of information about EWB!.. EWB MUN on Facebook.. EWB MUN on Twitter.. www.. ca.. EWB Canada s main website.. chapters.. Chapter hub.. Home of a bunch of resources.. sites.. Every other EWB site!..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Our Location.. The EWB MUN Chapter office is located at the MUN St.. John s campus, in the Engineering Building, in room EN2061.. You can find it by going in the engineering cafeteria, going through the door towards the back (next to the vending machines), taking the first right down that hallway, and knocking (or going in through) the second door on your right.. Our office is next to the Engineering Society s office.. View the.. EWB MUN Chapter location.. on a map.. You can swing by our.. (Fair Trade) Coffee Club.. if you want to talk to us.. It is located in the EWB Office (EN2061), Monday through  ...   Advocacy Team Lead.. aaron.. lemkow@mun.. mpilling@mun.. bannistermr@gmail.. catherine.. woodford10193@gmail.. atkryan@mun.. sean-kennedy@live.. One Comment.. mona.. said:.. dear friends,.. May I say, you are doing a great job here.. Well done.. I know you are having fun!.. I might have a few ideas.. I just liked your website.. your articles are so cool and really good…awsem….. your welcome to this site do like it.. http://www.. onlineafrica.. us.. facebook.. com/pages/Online-Africa/182552898434069.. the link is about actually it is an African portal.. dedicated to serve the african community that provides all sorts of services.. my pleasure if you like it.. May God Bless you and take care.. Thankyou.. # 16 March 2011 at 8:52 am..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » Blog Archive » Come to EWB’s Bake Sale on Monday, March 12th
    Descriptive info: ,.. 12 March 2012.. 390 views.. Want to keep up-to-date? Visit EWB-MUN s.. Event Calendar.. Come to EWB’s Bake Sale on Monday, March 12th.. On.. Monday, March 12th.. , we ll be having a bake sale! The bake sale with take place on the third floor of the UC (just outside the food court, beside the stairs), from.. 10:00am to 3:00pm.. So come out and support MUN s chapter of EWB!  ...   David Browne (our Junior Fellow this year) to work in Ghana.. So to recap:.. WHAT:.. Bake Sale!.. WHEN:.. Monday, March 12th, 10:00am to 3:00pm.. WHERE:.. Third floor of the UC, outside the food court, and beside the stairs.. You can follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.. You can also read EWB s African blogs!.. Having trouble viewing this post? Click.. here.. to read it as a pdf!.. (No Ratings Yet).. Loading..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » Blog Archive » Learn about Fundraising at our General Meeting
    Descriptive info: 25 January 2012.. 424 views.. Learn about Fundraising at our Second General Meeting.. Our general meeting this week will be all about fundraising! We re having an interactive session where members can learn all about EWB s volunteering and fundraising opportunities, as well as take part in planning them.. Every suggestion helps to make great fundraisers even better so come out and add your two cents worth!.. The meeting will take place this.. Thursday, January 26th.. It will be  ...   you have any questions, or would like to get more involved with our fundraising team, then please click the Learn More button at the bottom of this email.. So, to recap:.. Fundraising General Meeting.. Thursday, January 26th, 5:30pm to 6:30pm.. The Loft (UC 3013 the room with the glass walls).. There will also be an executive meeting from.. 6:30pm to 7:30pm.. , immediately following the general meeting.. Anyone is welcome to attend this meeting.. Hope to see you all there!..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » Blog Archive » Fair Trade Coffee Club
    Descriptive info: 18 September 2011.. 822 views.. EWB’s Fair Trade Coffee Club offers Fair Trade at a Fair Price.. It runs from 8:30 to 11:30 am each weekday in the Engineering Building, room EN 2061 (the EWB office).. Patrons of the club can purchase a number of hot drinks including coffee, tea, and hot chocolate.. Beverages in disposable cups cost $1.. 50, but people with refillable cups can buy them  ...   $6.. 00, $20.. 00, and $60.. 00 respectively.. Our coffee club is always looking for new volunteers, so if you’d like to get involved, even if it’s only for an hour a week, click the “Get Involved!” button below.. If you’d like to learn more about Fair Trade products in Canada, then click the “Learn More” button.. So come out and support our coffee club and Fair Trade!..

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  • Title: EWB MUN » Advocacy
    Descriptive info: Archive.. Articles in the Advocacy Category.. Support the IATI – Come to Our Black Box Event on Monday.. | 514 views].. WHAT: Black Box Event to Support the IATI.. WHERE: The Loft in the UC.. WHEN: Monday, October 17th, from 10:00AM to 2:00PM.. The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) aims to make information about aid spending easier to find, use and compare.. It is intended to ensure that those involved in aid programs will be able to better track what aid is being used for and what it is achieving.. This stretches from taxpayers in donor countries, to those in developing countries who benefit from aid.. Improving transparency also helps governments in developing countries manage aid more effectively.. This means that each dollar will go as far as possible towards fighting poverty.. EWB Days (March 14-18, 2011).. [11 Mar 2011 |.. | 647 views]..  ...   at the Event Calender to find out what EWB-MUN is doing to promote the International Aid Transparency Initiative during EWB Days.. Visit http://yourvoice.. ca/en/ to take action.. [5 Mar 2010 |.. | 6,531 views].. Engineers Without Borders invites you to a public discussion:.. Who said aid is dead? How Canada can improve the effectiveness of our development aid.. Speaker: Glen Pearson, MP for London North Centre and Critic for International Cooperation.. When: Monday, March 15, 3:30pm-4:50pm.. Where: Memorial University, A-1043 (in the atrium of the Arts building).. Admission is free.. All are welcome.. Following a talk by Mr.. Pearson there will be plenty of time for Q and A.. It will be a non-partisan, open discussion focused on how the Canadian government can better contribute to alleviating global poverty, and the role parliament and citizens can play in bringing about.. Page 1 of 2..

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