EPICS in IEEE

Students, volunteers, and communities working together to solve challenges through service learning and engineering

EPICS in IEEE

Students, volunteers, and communities working together to solve challenges through service learning and engineering

EPICS in IEEE is one of IEEE’s most effective student centered programs. It enables students to use their newly acquired technical acumen to envision, develop, and install technology solutions IN communities FOR communities.

2024 marks the 15th Anniversary of the program which has involved more than 11,000 students and over 1,000 volunteers in service-learning projects.

Support EPICS in IEEE in its goal to raise funding for 15 projects over the next year as we celebrate the impact this program has had on students and communities over the past 15 years.

 

219

service learning projects

100%

of the students report improvement in leadership &  communications skills

1.5 MM

people impacted globally across 30+ countries

EPICS in IEEE News

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EPICS in IEEE Celebrates 15 Years of Impact

Since its founding in 1995 at Purdue University, the Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) program has been providing nonprofit organizations with technology solutions to improve and deliver services to…

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Raise Your Paws for the First IEEE Foundation Day Celebration

A note from Bruno McDonald, IEEE Foundation Chief Canine: Welcome to the most pawsome celebration of the year! Did you know that 16 February is now IEEE Foundation Day? I’m…

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EPICS in IEEE Positively Impacting Access and Abilities

More than 15 percent of the world’s population (about 1 billion people) live with disabilities, such as hearing, vision, mental health or mobility challenges. EPICS in IEEE engaged the ingenuity…

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