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Old August 30th 07, 10:12 PM posted to rec.bicycles.misc
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Default Greenhelm Engineering Opportunities

Greenhelm Engineering is looking for volunteers who wish to make a
difference by applying their engineering and technical skills. To get
involved in the Greenhelm projects or to learn more about the
organization, please visit www.greenhelm.com .

Greenhelm Engineering is a non-profit professional organization that
works to strengthen communities and eradicate poverty through
implementing engineering solutions that improve life conditions.

Greenhelm was founded in June 2007 by a group of engineering students
from Canada and Germany willing to apply their knowledge and their
ideas to help people in need.

Our goal is to apply our knowledge and engineering skills to implement
basic technological improvements in regions where people's well being
depends on them.

Greenhelm volunteers are trying to balance the fulfillment of human
needs with the protection of the natural environment, thus
contributing to a safe and sustainable development.


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