|Engineers for a Sustainable World
||Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW) mobilizes students through education, training, and practical action, building collaborative partnerships to meet the needs of current and future generations.
|Engineering World Health
||Engineering World Health (EWH) Northwestern seeks to inspire and mobilize the engineering community, to improve the quality of healthcare in vulnerable communities.
|Global Water Brigades
||GWB connects water professionals with community leaders and empowers motivated villages by providing the seed capital and resources needed to attain safe drinking water and create sustainable change in underserved communities. Check out their 2012-2013 promo video
||GlobeMed is a network of university students that partner with grassroots organizations around the world to improve the health of people living in poverty.
|New Life Volunteering Society
||NLVS works to serve those in need through community service, education, and health care with an ultimate goal of achieving peace, love, and happiness amongst the community at the local, regional, national, and global levels.
|Northwestern Emergency Medicine Organization
||Northwestern Emergency Medical Organization (NEMO) is a new group on campus targeted towards students interested in emergency medicine. NEMO's purpose is to train students, faculty and staff in essential life-support skills (CPR, basic first aid, through Alcohol Awareness firesides, etc.) while providing members with opportunities to apply these skills in the community through Emergency Reserve Corps, volunteer assignments, etc.
|Northwestern Rotaract Club
||Derived from "Rotary in Action," the organization emphasizes a strong commitment to promoting world understanding and peace through the development of leadership among youth.
Eileen Dominic, 2012-2013 Co-President
Adriana Stanovici, 2012-2013 Co-President
|Northwestern Community Development Corp (NCDC)
||Northwestern Community Development Corps (NCDC) is a student-run organization that seeks to engage students in community development at Northwestern University, in Evanston, and throughout Chicago.
||Stephanie Kim, 2012-2013 Co-Chair
Amalia Namath, 2012-2013 Co-Chair
|NU Alternative Spring Break
||Alternative Student Breaks is a student-run service-learning organization that sends Northwestern students on week long trips during Winter and Spring breaks and Pre-Wildcat Welcome Week to locations throughout the country to do volunteer work at various service-learning organizations.
|NU Pre-Dental Society
||The Northwestern Pre-dental society (NUPDS) strives to unite NU undergraduates interested in learning about or pursuing careers in dentistry and oral health-related fields and serves as a resource as these pre-dental students explore careers in oral healthcare or prepare to enter dental school. NUPDS is focused on educating students about career options in dentistry and offering support to undergraduates navigating pre-dental preparations including course requirements, volunteer opportunities, and DAT test preparation. NUPDS also aims to strengthen networking connections with dental professionals and students in the greater Chicago area as well as within the NU community.
|NU Pre-Optometry Society
||Northwestern Pre-Optometry Society (NUPOS) is dedicated to supporting, educating, and promoting pre-optometry students. NUPOS hopes to offer information about optometry schools, contacts in the profession of optometry, and helpful hints and insights about the application and interview process.
|NU Pre-Veterinary Society
||The NU Pre-Veterinary Society is a newly founded group on campus dedicated to supporting students interested in a career in veterinary medicine. Through guest lectures, meetings and community service trips, NU's Pre-Veterinary Society hopes to stimulate or strengthen an interst in the veterinary field. The group's mission is to assist students with the admissions process, promote connections between pre-vet students and provide resources and guidance. Whether you know the specific type of veterinarian you want to become or you hope to pursue an animal care career, the group is open to students of all majors.
|One Step Before (OSB) Pre-Medical Society
||One Step Before serves the minority pre-medical students of Northwestern by providing valuable information which premedical students need prior to attending medical school through meetings, workshops, events, etc. OSB works diligently to stimulate the interests of premedical students at NU in the medical field by encouraging and promoting all minorities in medicine.
Crystal Martinez, 2012-2013 Co-President firstname.lastname@example.org
Calvin Poku, 2012-2013 Co-President email@example.com
|Peer Health Exchange
||Peer Health Exchange's mission is to give teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions. We do this by training college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in schools that lack health education.
|Phi Delta Epsilon
||Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity aims to provide a mentorship, networking and support base for medically intersted students on NU's campus. PhiDE's guiding principles are philanthropy, deity, and education thorugh fellowship, service, mentoring, and formal training in leadership, science, and ethics (from http://www.phideorg/about.cfm).
||Interested students are encouraged to fill out the form on the PhiDE webpage (under FAQ) or email PhiDEnu@gmail.com.
||Team HBV is a national oganization dedicated to increasing awareness about hepatitis B and liver cancer through fundraising projects, clinics visits, and special speaker events. Join the fight against Hepatitis B by being part of the NU Chapter of Team HBV.
|Undergraduate Premedical Society
||UPS strives to unify the pre-medical student body of Northwestern, provide resources for potential medical school applicants, and offer opporutnities for members to better their understanding and appreciation of the medical field.
|Unite For Sight
||Unite for Sight is a nonprofit global organization that aims to improve eye health and eliminate blindness by providing free eye care services to more than 200,000 people worldwide each year.