Student professional organizations allow our students to take their blossoming engineering knowledge out of labs and lecture halls and apply it in practice: through networking, attending conferences, pursuing interdisciplinary projects and more. Some of these groups are student chapters of professional organizations, providing support and events while on campus, and a network of professionals when you enter your career. 

Often, groups take on entrepreneurial or service-oriented projects, such as Engineers Without Borders updating greenhouse space at a South Philadelphia school, or Temple Prosthetics and Orthotics creating a prosethetic leg for a dog. See the full list of organizations at Temple below, and find your fellow problem solvers. 

Temple EWB Updating Greenhouse Space at Furness High School

TemPO creating a prosthetic leg for Jack the dog.