What is Engineers for a Sustainable World?
Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW) is a national nonprofit that seeks to forge innovative, lasting solutions to local and global sustainability challenges. The heart of our organization is in our 50+ collegiate student chapters, which implement hands-on domestic and international sustainability projects. Through our professional membership and educational programs, we further seek to build a global network united by shared environmental and social values.
What do ESW student chapters do?
ESW’s action-oriented student chapters design and implement sustainability projects. These chapters are largely autonomous in their interests and scope, working on a mix of both technical and non-technical projects. Chapters have traditionally focused on projects on campus and in their local communities, with many chapters also engaging in international projects. Examples include:
What are the benefits of starting a student chapter?
What are the requirements for starting a student chapter?
What are the chapter dues?
Annual dues are $450 for large chapters (10+ members) and $225 for small chapters (< 10 members).