Join Engineers Without Borders at CCNY

Now we are ready to embark on a new project in Eyek, Cameroon. The project is a partnership with deserving community of a population of about 1000 people in Eyek to build a very much-needed community center. This community center will house a potable water system, market stalls for farmers to sell their produce, and also a small medical dispensary. The center will also be a place for young people to learn trade skills, while providing EWB students skill-building opportunities in several engineering disciplines, including civil, mechanical, environmental, and electrical.

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Remembering "Rev"

The Reverend Eugene Callender—or “Rev” as he insisted we call him—served as the very first New York Life leader-in-residence in the early years of CCNY’s Colin Powell Center. He embraced the opportunity of working with our students with incredible joy and energy, and was particularly committed to bringing the lions of the civil rights struggle—people like Derek Bell and Vincent Harding—to campus to meet our students. He was a mentor and a leader to our students, and to many of us who had the chance to work with him.

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