Enjoy engaging with the movers and shakers of the future? Put your passion to work by taking part in Water for the World workshops held at public libraries across the Greater Toronto Area. Join Engineers Without Borders during National Engineering Month to deliver Water for the World Workshops (W4TW) to students in grade 5-9. By sharing your time, you can introduce students to the issues surrounding global access to clean water. Take a day off from the regular grind and help inspire young minds!
W4TW runs from March 20th to 24th, 2017. Training is provided on February 18th or March 11th and is required to be a presenter.
Sign up for Training on Feb. 18th or March 11th (required to volunteer) – Volunteer Training Eventbrite Sign-up
Sign up to give a W4Tw presentation March 20th to 24th – Workshop Eventbrite Sign-up
Can’t give a presentation in March? Help us prepare on Kit Building Day where we prep all the materials for the presentations on March 11th – contact us for sign up!
For volunteers who are confirmed to deliver presentations, please see the Volunteer Materials Page for the preparation materials!