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SeedStories: Run to End Poverty

30. November 2012

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SeedStories: Run to End Poverty

Sunday, Oct 21, saw hundreds of runners and walkers turn out for the Tour des Trois Sommets Brébeuf, a twisty-turny trail run over hill and vale for distances ranging from five to 40 kilometres. A fair number of these runners were decked out in EWB’s signature bright orange tech shirts.

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Engineers Without Borders: changing the world

18. July 2012

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Engineers Without Borders: changing the world

Can international development be sustainable? The McGill chapter of Engineers Without Borders Canada thinks so, and is trying to help make it a reality with its Junior Fellowship (JF) program. The JF program spans 18 months; students are trained here at McGill, spend the summer in various African Countries to work on a variety of projects, and then share what they have learned when they return to Canada

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Introducing Engineers Without Borders

11. March 2010

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Introducing Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders was created to lend a hand to people in developing communities. No blindly throwing money at difficult situations, hoping they’ll go away. It’s all about giving people access to skills, knowledge and attitudes that will improve their lives.

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Introducing Seeds of Change: McGill’s newest philanthropic fundraising group

7. December 2009

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Introducing Seeds of Change: McGill’s newest philanthropic fundraising group

McGill students and alumni, please let us introduce ourselves – we’re Seeds of Change, the newest initiative from the McGill Alma Mater Fund, created solely to help the people driving grassroots projects raise funds to make McGill, Montreal, and the world, a better place to live.

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