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    (2019-01-01) Weight, Willis; Carroll College Engineers Without Borders
    The Carroll College Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in developing communities worldwide through sustainable community development projects, and preparing future leaders who are well equipped to solve the world's most pressing problems. Current student projects include strengthening a school building against earthquakes in a Mayan community in Guatemala, developing more productive farming at an orphanage in Mexico, improving the domestic water system at a home for the elderly in St. Lucia, and providing clean safe water for a small village in Uganda.
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    Engineers Without Borders - Guatemala - 2012 - 389
    (2019-01-01) Weight, Willis; Carroll College Engineers Without Borders
    The Carroll College Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in developing communities worldwide through sustainable community development projects, and preparing future leaders who are well equipped to solve the world's most pressing problems. Current student projects include strengthening a school building against earthquakes in a Mayan community in Guatemala, developing more productive farming at an orphanage in Mexico, improving the domestic water system at a home for the elderly in St. Lucia, and providing clean safe water for a small village in Uganda.
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    Engineers Without Borders - Guatemala - 2012 - 388
    (2019-01-01) Weight, Willis; Carroll College Engineers Without Borders
    The Carroll College Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in developing communities worldwide through sustainable community development projects, and preparing future leaders who are well equipped to solve the world's most pressing problems. Current student projects include strengthening a school building against earthquakes in a Mayan community in Guatemala, developing more productive farming at an orphanage in Mexico, improving the domestic water system at a home for the elderly in St. Lucia, and providing clean safe water for a small village in Uganda.
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    Engineers Without Borders - Guatemala - 2012 - 386
    (2019-01-01) Weight, Willis; Carroll College Engineers Without Borders
    The Carroll College Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in developing communities worldwide through sustainable community development projects, and preparing future leaders who are well equipped to solve the world's most pressing problems. Current student projects include strengthening a school building against earthquakes in a Mayan community in Guatemala, developing more productive farming at an orphanage in Mexico, improving the domestic water system at a home for the elderly in St. Lucia, and providing clean safe water for a small village in Uganda.
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    Engineers Without Borders - Guatemala - 2012 - 387
    (2019-01-01) Weight, Willis; Carroll College Engineers Without Borders
    The Carroll College Chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in developing communities worldwide through sustainable community development projects, and preparing future leaders who are well equipped to solve the world's most pressing problems. Current student projects include strengthening a school building against earthquakes in a Mayan community in Guatemala, developing more productive farming at an orphanage in Mexico, improving the domestic water system at a home for the elderly in St. Lucia, and providing clean safe water for a small village in Uganda.