Building a better world one community at a time

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Building a better world one community at a time. ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS USPHS Engineers as Professional Mentors to Student Chapters of Engineers Without Borders. ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS VISION - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Building a better worldone community at a time</p></li><li><p>ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERSUSPHS Engineersas Professional Mentors to Student Chapters of Engineers Without Borders</p></li><li><p>ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERSVISION</p><p>Our VISION is a world in which the communities we serve have the capacity to sustainably meet their basic human needs, and that our members have enriched global perspectives through the innovative professional educational opportunities that the EWB-USA program provides.</p></li><li><p>ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERSMISSIONOur MISSION -- EWB-USA supports community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating transformative experiences and responsible leaders. </p></li><li><p>ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERSCategory Day 2012 Theme:USPHS Engineers in Prevention:Designing Healthy, Safe and Sustainable Communities.</p></li><li><p>EWB-USA Student Chapter Professional Mentor Responsibilities</p><p>The mentor(s) is responsible for the technical oversight of the project, and the project process.</p><p>The mentor(s) must travel with the students on all assessment, implementation and monitoring trips.</p></li><li><p>EWB-USA Student Chapter Professional Mentor Qualification Requirements</p><p>Level 1 Project </p><p>Impact of Failure: Failure of the project may result in death, severe illness, injury, or significant damage of property.</p><p>REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL MENTOR QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed Engineer with at least 7 years of direct experience in design and construction of infrastructure similar to that proposed in the project. Each mentor is subject to approval by EWB-USA project managers. </p></li><li><p>EWB-USA Student Chapter Professional Mentor Qualification Requirements</p><p>Level 2 Project </p><p>Impact of Failure: Failure of the project would not result in death, severe illness or injury. However, some damage to property is possible. </p><p>REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL MENTOR QUALIFICATIONS: Professional with at least 5 years of direct professional experience (post bachelors degree) in design and construction of infrastructure similar to that proposed in the project. Each mentor is subject to approval by EWB-USA project managers. </p></li><li><p>EWB-USA Student Chapter Professional Mentor Qualification Requirements</p><p>Level 3 Project </p><p>Impact of Failure: Failure of project would not result in significant damage beyond limited economic loss. </p><p>REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL MENTOR QUALIFICATIONS: Professional with 3 years of direct professional experience in design and construction of infrastructure similar to that proposed in the project. Each mentor is subject to approval by EWB-USA project managers. </p></li><li><p>ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERSPROJECT DELIVERY MODEL</p></li><li><p>ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERSPROGRAM vs. PROJECT</p></li><li><p>ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERSPROGRAM/PROJECT PROCESSStep 1: Community Submits Program Proposal to EWB-USA NationalStep 2: Chapter Adopts Program Minimum 5 year commitmentStep 3: Chapter Opens Communications with CommunityStep 4: AssessmentStep 5: Alternatives AnalysisStep 6: Preliminary DesignStep 7: Final DesignStep 8: ImplementationStep 9: MonitoringStep 10: Program Close Out</p></li><li><p>Some People Should Not Apply!Sleeping Less-Than-Beauty</p></li><li><p>EWB-USA Building a better world one community at a timewww.ewb-usa.org</p><p>*Partners with developing communities to help meet their basic human needs</p><p>Implements sustainable engineering projects</p><p>Develops internationally responsible engineers</p><p>Welcomes students and professionals from all fields including: science, architecture, public health, anthropology, geology, business, and communications </p><p>*Partners with developing communities to help meet their basic human needs</p><p>Implements sustainable engineering projects</p><p>Develops internationally responsible engineers</p><p>Welcomes students and professionals from all fields including: science, architecture, public health, anthropology, geology, business, and communications </p><p>*Partners with developing communities to help meet their basic human needs</p><p>Implements sustainable engineering projects</p><p>Develops internationally responsible engineers</p><p>Welcomes students and professionals from all fields including: science, architecture, public health, anthropology, geology, business, and communications </p><p>*Partners with developing communities to help meet their basic human needs</p><p>Implements sustainable engineering projects</p><p>Develops internationally responsible engineers</p><p>Welcomes students and professionals from all fields including: science, architecture, public health, anthropology, geology, business, and communications </p><p>*The first project team consisted of: 8 students, 1 faculty advisor, and 1 professional *The first project team consisted of: 8 students, 1 faculty advisor, and 1 professional *The first project team consisted of: 8 students, 1 faculty advisor, and 1 professional *The first project team consisted of: 8 students, 1 faculty advisor, and 1 professional *Partners with developing communities to help meet their basic human needs</p><p>Implements sustainable engineering projects</p><p>Develops internationally responsible engineers</p><p>Welcomes students and professionals from all fields including: science, architecture, public health, anthropology, geology, business, and communications </p><p>*Partners with developing communities to help meet their basic human needs</p><p>Implements sustainable engineering projects</p><p>Develops internationally responsible engineers</p><p>Welcomes students and professionals from all fields including: science, architecture, public health, anthropology, geology, business, and communications </p><p>*Partners with developing communities to help meet their basic human needs</p><p>Implements sustainable engineering projects</p><p>Develops internationally responsible engineers</p><p>Welcomes students and professionals from all fields including: science, architecture, public health, anthropology, geology, business, and communications </p><p>***</p></li></ul>

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