The EWH Summer Institute is a two-month program where engineers live in a developing country with a local family, learn a new language, and use newly-acquired technical skills to improve healthcare in the community. This year's programs will take place in Nicaragua, Tanzania, anad Rwanda.
Accepted students will receive one-month of language training, as well as the chance to learn the knowledge and skills necessary to work in a hospital in the developing world. Participants will also spend one month helping the local population by providing much needed medical aid and expertise--this is your chance to really make a difference in the world!
To learn more about the program, please see the EWH website, or attend one of the upcoming information sessions:
Thursday, November 21, 5pm EDT
Tuesday, Devember 17, 12pm EDT
Friday, January 31, 5pm EDT
Click here to register! Or email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications are due FRIDAY, FEBRARY 7, 2014.
School of Engineering and Computing Sciences
Harry Schure Hall, Room 226C
1855 Broadwayst St., Room 810B
701 W. Georgia St., Suite 1700
c/o NUPT, 66 Xin Mofan Malu
+86 25 349 2393
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