The first group of the 2018 cohort of students enrolled in the Community-based Project Module (code: JCP) completed their project. This year there are 1499 students enrolled in the module. The Community-based Project Module is a compulsory module for all undergraduate students of the Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and Information Technology. Students have to option to complete the 40 hours of work from February to October. They also have to do various reflection assignments on the Learning Management System, a presentation on the outcomes of their project as well as a report and a YouTube video. The group consisting of Constantinos Andrianatos (BSc - Computer Science), Matthew Charles, Dietmar Marggraff and Gary Summerfield (all BEng - Computer Engineering) did a renovation project at Whispers Speech and Hearing Centre. The feedback from the principal of the school, Mrs Brenda Schmid was very positive, and she indicated that they are young men that are willing to go above and beyond of expectation. We are very proud to have such passionate students, community workers and ambassadors for the University in the module. Please view their YouTube about their project.