Engineers for the Greater Good (EGG) is a weekend long competition where engineers and business students (and any other majors) team up to create, prototype, and build a business around a product. All products will be based on the idea of social good.
On Sunday afternoon, the teams will pitch to a panel of experienced judges & the best teams will be awarded money (up to $2,500) for further prototyping! All majors are welcome!
Throughout the weekend, teams will have access to Free 3D prototyping, mentors & tons of free food!
This Year’s Mentors/Speakers/Judges:
For any questions, please email Jack McCullough.
Engineers for the Greater Good is opened to all undergraduate & masters students at Northeastern. Entrants can be from all majors, and you can either apply alone or intend to work with people you already know – this will be decided on the first night of the EGG.
Attendance to all 3 days of competition is critical to the success of your product. Participation is absolutely free of cost to all Northeastern students.
Applications will be available Monday, March 11th
All participants will receive an email of acceptance the week of the event.