Student Volunteer Week 2020: Your Turn

It's the end of Student Volunteer Week! Let's look at the lessons we've learnt and how you can start your student volunteering journey!   
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Student Volunteer Week: Gina Yukich

It's almost the end of Student Volunteer Week but we're still going strong! We have a special feature on an ex-Student volunteer: Gina has graduated and she shares how important volunteering has been for her career  
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Student Volunteer Week: Bryan Busby

It's Day 3 of Student Volunteer Week! Today we're hearing from Bryan AKA Busby about how his unique 4 years of EWB shaped his university journey  
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Student Volunteer Week: Mercy Lin

Introducing our first student volunteer! Find out how Mercy started from wanting to meet new people to being an In Schools Outreach Coordinator.   
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Student Volunteer Week 2020

Celebrate our hardworking student volunteers! Find out what Student Volunteer Week is all about and what we're planning for the week.   
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Walk for Water 2020

20/3/2020: Carrying water is a daily reality for women and children around the globe. Help us support these communities and challenge yourself to our 6km walk with up to 20L of water!
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People of EWB: Jules Scott-Hansen

This month, we caught up with one of our overseas volunteers, Jules Scott-Hansen. Read on to find out how she got involved with EWB and her volunteer experience.
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EWB+VSA Wellington Speaker Night

22/10/19: Join us to hear Charlotte Welch-Cropp, an Activity Manager with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, talk about her inspiring career journey
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Volunteering Overseas: Story & Info Night with Richard Green

Join us for a night of stories from Richard Green, and learn more about volunteering overseas with EWB and VSA.
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Humanitarian Engineering Conference 2019 - A Student’s Perspective

One of EWB’s yearly highlights is the Humanitarian Engineering Conference, and 2019 was no exception. All those who attended heard from many amazing speakers and had the opportunity to talk with other like-minded individuals about humanitarian happenings. The general consensus seems to be that everyone had a great time. But what was it like for a student member who attended for the first time? One such student offers their thoughts on the day.
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