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As we face the many challenges of the weeks, and months ahead, we are sure of one thing at NJIT and that is: Highlanders care for each other, our loved ones, our communities, and our world. Wherever you live, all Highlanders share in the spirit of caring, and as a university community, we have the opportunity to show it with messages of kindness, some reassuring words, or as a gift that will have an immediate impact.
In the world’s most challenging locations, NJIT’s Engineers Without Borders (NJIT EWB) is partnering with Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) in communities to assist them with meeting their basic human needs. We’re building footbridges to provide pathways to opportunities.
Our next project in a small village in Ecuador will allow us to dig for water so hope can spring from the mountains and provide the small village with clean water for to the community and allow the community to thrive for years to come.
NJIT EWB and EWB-USA will work together to build a better world through engineering projects that empower communities to meet their basic needs.
Our vision is a world in which every community is provided with the tools to be remain sustainable and viable. Your generosity will make this a reality!
Visit njit.edu for university updates and alternate ways of offering support to NJIT.
• Materials and Building Supplies
• Transportation and Lodging
Thank you for supporting NJIT's students, and for making sure that they have the necessary resources needed to succeed, and continue to be safe and well. #highlandernation
• We need as many people as possible to be talking about your project. Everywhere you can think of!
• Here's an example of the type of thing you might say, to give you some inspiration: "Please share this project with anyone you think would support us, on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, by email, telephone, in a chat over the fence or on your blog."
• Share this with everyone you know as we think it's a great initiative, and the more people who know about it, the more likely we are to make this be a tremendous success in support of NJIT students.^