Community Engineering Corps is engaged throughout the United States with projects that are making a difference in your communities. Find a project near you by clicking on the map, or search by your location.
Community Engineering Corps has projects that are looking for the right team to help. Take a look at the list of unassigned projects and find the best fit for your team, or build your own project! To submit an application for an unassigned CECorps project, sign up for Volunteer Village! For more information or assistance, please reach out to email@example.com.
This organization, serving East St. Louis, is requesting assistance on a Renewable Energy Initiative with the ultimate goal of creating an energy independent Smart City. There are multiple components to the project including solar, wind, hydro, and energy conversion methods. While both student and professional teams are eligible, teams must have a high level of professional participation.
For more information, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a multilateral initiative to implement neighborhood-scale green and gray infrastructure projects and training programs to address combined sewage flooding and improve water quality. The community wishes to convert several vacant and abandoned lots into park space and develop a walking trail while reducing runoff into the watershed.
For more information, please email us at email@example.com.
Want to create a project in your own community? Most of our projects come from collaborative efforts made by our members working with organizations in their area. Yours could be next!
How do you get started? If you are not already familiar with an appropriate partner in your community, some of the best places to check in with are local nonprofits, neighborhood associations, social service providers, or other community-based groups. They will often be able to identify needs either within their group or with their partners and constituents.
Once you identify and establish a solid community partnership, the community can submit a 541 Community Application (found on our Resources Page) to kick off the project!
For more information, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
rainwater harvesting. irrigation. runoff control. hydroculture. cold chain.
roads. bridges. rails to trails projects.
solar. alternative energy sources. energy audits.
GIS mapping. project management systems. construction management systems.
automating systems. HVAC. lighting.
roofing. buildings (community centers, sustainable building, etc).
solid waste. recycling.
drinking water. water resources. wastewater. compliance issues. leach fields. alternative toilets.
mobile food banks. show us your innovative spirit and pitch a unique project!