Leveraging the membership of Community Engineering Corps’ alliance partners – American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Water Works Association, and Engineers Without Borders USA – we bring more than 200,000 technical professionals and students together to serve communities across the United States. These individuals volunteer their time and expertise to assist communities that do not have the resources to access engineering services. With a strong commitment to community-driven projects, our volunteers work alongside community members to design solutions to identified problems.
MissionCommunity Engineering Corps brings underserved communities and volunteer engineers together to advance local infrastructure solutions.
VisionAll communities in the United States have the infrastructure they need to thrive.
Develop projects collaboratively with communities and advance engineering solutions in a way that is honest, transparent, and ethical.
Engineer solutions based on genuine community engagement that consider technical, managerial, and financial capacity along with environmental stewardship.
Foster an environment of learning so volunteers, communities, and staff have the tools and training to address the challenges they face.
Provide quality volunteer experiences and cultivate highly trained engineers.
Effectively and efficiently use resources to serve communities and volunteers.
Clare leads the CECorps Program and looks to strategically grow and expand its impact through successful partnering and engaged volunteers.
Ellie supports the partners, volunteers, and CECorps staff in reaching the full potential of the CECorp mission.