Join the humanitarian student project, AgriCycle, and work alongside international partners help international rural communities create useful energy from agricultural waste by building low emission cookstoves. You'll apply what you’ve learnt in class and gain technical and soft skills to help progress your professional career and make a difference in communities.
You'll have the freedom to bring all your creative ideas to the table and choose what you'd like to work on. This might include:
- Literature and lab research
- Managing AgriCycle's social media presence
- Building and refining the cookstove prototype.
This opportunity is open to UNSW students across all disciplines, though engineering students with 2+ years left of study are strongly encouraged to get involved. AgriCycle is taking applicants on a rolling basis.