How Volunteers Impact Communities

By Kevin Howell Volunteering has a significant impact on people and communities. And it’s not just developing nations that benefit greatly from volunteers, as even developed countries need assistance. But what are the measurable impacts of

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Ways EPICS in IEEE is Changing Africa

By Kevin Howell While Africa has made strides economically in recent years, the continent is struggling to train individuals in STEM fields, which is a cause of concern for leaders. At the Engineering a Better World

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How Engineering Improves the Lives of Disabled People

By Kevin Howell One billion people—about 15% of the world’s population—experience a disability. Disabilities are even more prevalent in developing countries. Disabled people in both developed and developing nations on average have less education, higher unemployment

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How to Turn an Internship into a Full-Time Job

By Kevin Howell Internships are a great way to gain experience in the engineering field, rub shoulders with professionals, and boosts your resume for employment once you graduate. According to the National Association of Colleges and

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5 Valuable Leadership Tips for Young Engineers

Young man presenting is ideas to colleagues during meeting in conference room. Leader showing business plan to colleagues during a meeting. By Kevin Howell Being a leader has less to do with age and more to do with ability, insight, and innovation. In today’s tech-driven world, young professionals are starting successful companies and taking on key leadership

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