The Engineers Without Borders-USA Film Festival is a one-night-only event that showcases EWB-USA projects across South Asia, Central America, and West Africa. Each film is made by EWB-USA chapters across the United States in an effort to document and raise awareness about their respective projects. Chapters then submit their film to EWB-USA, who then chooses the best and most telling films. These selections result in the EWB-USA Film Festival. This Film Festival stands as a great opportunity for the immediate community to learn what EWB-USA is, what their projects look like in the countries that they work in, and meet representatives from some showcased chapters at the event itself.
The event will be held at E-Town Hall from 7:00pm to 9:00pm (doors at 6:00pm) on Friday, April 25. Ticket proceeds will directly fund the various projects of the CU Boulder and Rocky Mountain Professional EWB Chapters.
Watch. Learn. Build.
About Engineers Without Borders:
Engineers Without Borders-USA began in 2000 with the goal of creating positive change for developing communities through the combined efforts of students, faculty, professional engineers and community members. In the process of working to advance developing communities, EWB promotes the development of globally aware and internationally responsible students and professionals. Since its incorporation in 2002, EWB-USA has grown from approximately eight engineering students and a civil engineering professor to an organization of over 12,000 students, faculty and professionals. Today, EWB-USA's membership continues to grow, limited only by the organization's infrastructure and ability to ensure the quality and sustainability of the community programs.