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|Notre Dame Students Empowering
through Engineering Development (ND SEED) was formed
in February 2008 at the University of Notre Dame
when six civil engineering students decided to
combine their academic interests with service. By
following the example of Continental Crossings, a
group of students from the University of Iowa, ND
SEED formed a partnership with the non-profit
Bridges to Prosperity (B2P) and was able to
empower a rural Honduran community by providing it
with a footbridge.
The success of the first ND
SEED team's project and its alignment with the
University of Notre Dame and the College of
Engineering mission statements, encouraged a second
team, ND SEED 2010, to form in order to continue the
tradition. This team built a bridge for a community in Palquí,
Guatemala. Like the first team, they were responsible
for fundraising the cost of the project and for
designing the bridge with the help of B2P and the
faculty in the Civil Engineering department at the
University of Notre Dame. The next team, the third ND SEED team, was formed in the spring of 2010 and was assigned, by Bridges to Prosperity, to build a bridge in Villa el Carmen, Managua, Nicaragua.
ND SEED provides students with
an amazing opportunity to aid the developing world
while utilizing their engineering knowledge, but it
would not be possible without the help of sponsors.
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