"Promoting human development through access to technology."
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Rockin' the Coat Check for Charity

Submitted by Kelly Paton on 10 October 2007 - 9:12pm    
Western Development Museum

EWB has a wicked opportunity to raise some solid cash.  On Monday Oct 15, we've volunteered to run a coat check for an event at the Western Development Museum.  Our chapter is guaranteed $1 per coat checked, and we're also setting out a jar for a silver donation.

There's a schedule all set up for volunteers already.  We start at 6 pm and end around 1:30 am; shifts are 1 to 1.5 hours long, and require anywhere from 2 to 8 people.

Freezer Burn Ultimate Frisbee tournament

Submitted by Kisa Elmer on 9 October 2007 - 8:50pm    
Beside Football Stadium- USask

Freezer Burn Ultimate Frisbee tournament
The details are as follows:

$15 a person and included in the price is a beer night.
If people can only make it to the beer night or want to just come to 
the beer night, it is $10.  
To sign up a team email freezerburn@ewb.usask.ca
There will be prizes and the winning team gets a trophy!

Welcome New Directors!

Submitted by Dean and Heather on 9 October 2007 - 8:49pm    

The exec just got back from exhaustive discussion about where to put our new fabulous directors! Congratulations to all new directors! We are all very excited to work with you in the coming months and see what we can achieve! Just a quote of inspiration for you all that I grabbed off of myewb:

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." -Margaret Mead

Way to go everyone! Here's to a great year filled with action, impact, and change!

Applications for Junior Fellowship Positions

Submitted by mark on 9 October 2007 - 6:19pm    
The Junior Fellowship in International Development is a unique opportunity to participate in Engineers Without Borders renowned development program and contribute directly to the organization’s overseas work. See the application form for details: http://usask.ewb.ca/files/JFApplication2007EN.doc Applications due October 24, 2007.

EWB National Office visits USask!

Submitted by mark on 3 October 2007 - 3:20pm    
Arts 241
George Roter, co-founder of Engineers Without Borders Canada, will be speaking this Wednesday at the University:

Wednesday, October 3
Arts Building, Room 241
Session starts at 5:30 PM

EWB Director Applications

Submitted by mark on 20 September 2007 - 10:08pm    
Engineers Without Borders is a human development organization that works to alleviate poverty through access to technology. Every year we send one or two members overseas to work directly in communities, but we also do a lot of work here in Canada. Director positions are a great way to get heavily involved with the Chapter and make a positive impact. Here's some areas of our work where directors are crucial: High School Outreach:

Members Meeting

Submitted by Kisa Elmer on 18 September 2007 - 3:02pm    
Meet outside 1B71
New People always welcome!

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