Engineers Without Borders Canada

Engineers Without Borders Canada

Helping people use-technology for improving their lives.

Accelerator/Incubator | Global | Capacity Building

 

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Engineers Without Borders Canada and their first mission statement was founded in 2000 by CEOs, George Roter and Parker Mitchell on a napkin in a coffee shop. With a dream of an organization that would enable engineers to contribute something other than another bridge or another electrical grid, they started off with biweekly meetings in George’s parents’ living room. By the end of 2000, over 1000 members had joined and a handful of chapters were starting. And in January 2001, EWB’s first volunteer left for a four month internship in India.

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Jul, 2017

 $40K Seed Equity

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Headquarters :

312 Adelaide St. W
Toronto, ON M5V 1R2
Canada



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