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Engineers without Borders - Engineering Communities and Building Connections

  • 02 Nov 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • ONLINE: Zoom link to be provided in registration reminder email


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Engineers without Borders - Engineering Communities and Building Connections

Presented by

Torin Johnson, Chapter President of Engineers Without Borders- Philadelphia


Engineers without Borders started out as one small project, staffed by a Colorado professor and his students, in a time when interdisciplinary work on a global scale was relatively unheard of. Now, in 2022, EWB has over 500 active projects, in 40 countries, with a wealth of over 14,000 volunteers. Over the past 20 years, EWB has revitalized and optimized global communities through innovative engineering, stable community partnerships and sustainable design and practice. EWB-Philly has done a wealth of both water sanitation and water distribution projects in Rwanda, El Salvador and Guatemala. In the United States, EWB-Philly has done community revitalization projects in Philadelphia, to improve the quality of life for our community neighbors. Through sustainable projects and consistent student chapter engagement, EWB-Philly stands as a pillar within the EWB-USA community.


Torin Johnson is a water resources engineer for the Philadelphia Water Department, and Chapter President of Engineers Without Borders - Philadelphia. Torin has dedicated his life to using his God-given talents in engineering and leadership to improve drinking water infrastructure, both in the United States and globally, as well as mentoring younger engineers to empower the next generation. Torin has been recognized for his hard work and dedication to sustainable design through such honors as Temple University's 30 Under 30 and he continues spreading the word of clean water and EWB through regular speakings at conferences and college campuses.  


This seminar does qualify for 1.0 Professional Development Hour (PDH). A Certificate of Attendance will be available for AWRA-PMAS members only. The meeting price for non-members who wish to receive a Certificate of Attendance for the PDH is $10.00 ($3.00 for meeting + $7.00 for certificate).  

Please note: Presentation is to be given through Zoom at the link below. PDH's will be issued through PDFs. Please allow extra time to register through Zoom and get software set up. Presentation will start at noon. Early participants will be in a Waiting Room until noon. Participants must email to request PDH Certificate after the event.

Presentation link will be provided in registration reminder email. Zoom link should only be used by those who register for the event through AWRA directly. 

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