• When do you meet?


EWB-NOVA General Body Meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month at 7 pm EST. We meet at Virginia Tech’s Northern Virginia Campus (7054 Haycock Road, Falls Church VA). It is 0.1 miles from the West Falls Church Metro.

  • What if I cannot attend meetings at the scheduled time?


Please email our chapter at ewbnova@gmail.com and let us know that you are interested in getting involved. A representative from our chapter will contact you to discuss the best way for you to contribute. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to find out about our other events and fundraisers.

  • I am not a member, can I attend the meetings?


Of course! We welcome all to our meetings and support our projects :)

  • I am not an engineer. Can I still join?


Yes, absolutely! We are always looking for professionals with diverse expertise in things like event planning, website design, project management, community and college outreach, grant writing, translation services (especially Spanish translation), and much more!


  • Do you collaborate with student chapters?

Yes, we serve as mentors to the student chapters at South Dakota State University and James Madison University.


  • Do you accept donations?

Yes, you can donate online at any time through Classy.org/ewbnova.


The Northern Virginia Professional Chapter of EWB-USA is a group of professionals dedicated to helping communities around the world achieve a better quality of life through sustainable development and community empowerment. EWB-NOVA was founded in 2014 and includes professionals from the Northern Virginia-Washington DC Metro area.

   Today,  EWB-NOVA attracts over a hundred professionals and students nationwide who are interested in the global cause. Together, we are making significant progress in assisting the people of El Sauce, Honduras, Cedar Gulch, South Dakota and starting our new International Community Project in Dominican Republic.

   EWB-USA partners with developing communities worldwide and continues to improve the lives of people around the world through basic infrastructure projects such as finding solutions to clean drinking water and proper sanitation. EWB-USA includes over 15,900 volunteers who empower communities to meet these basic human needs.

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