Chapters are the beating heart of EWB. Across Canada chapter members are taking thoughtful and strategic actions to create profound social change in their universities, companies, and communities.
We are a tight-knit community looking for leaders who ask tough questions and who strive for continuous growth – what are you looking for?
Open to all faculties (not just engineering!), EWB U of T is the largest student chapter in Canada. We work both locally and globally to address the root causes of poverty and inequality. Now, you may be asking yourself what does that look like? Well, it looks like a few things:
- Five incredible portfolios, where students engage in learning, advocacy, and action
- Weekly community learning sessions (ft. fair trade snacks, lovely company, and some cool insights)
- Monthly chapter workspaces, which include a chapter hot-seat where we ask each other tough questions about chapter happenings
- A summer fellowship program, where we send 1-2 students to apply their knowledge internationally
- Opportunities to interact with the National EWB Community, through conferences and other events throughout the year
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Running weekly learning sessions and other events throughout the year, the Community Learning Space strives to create a community of open-minded and thoughtful students, who think critically about global issues and have the resources and abilities to learn on their own.
Portfolios are where students take what they have learned through the Community Learning sessions and apply it to socially-minded initiatives. Each portfolio has three components: learning, advocacy, and action through which members are able to develop their skill sets and create change within the community!
The Junior Fellowship program is a summer experience like no other with the opportunity to work in one of EWB Canada’s ventures at home or abroad.