The “Doctors Without Borders” Student Chapter at Rutgers University- New Brunswick is an interdisciplinary organization dedicated to advocacy and the principles of humanitarian medicine that aims to advance medical ethics and improve access to healthcare. This organization brings together like-minded students from business, engineering, law, and health sciences backgrounds to host collaborative outreach campaigns for the international “Doctors Without Borders” non-profit organization. Unlike the American Red Cross and other humanitarian groups, “Doctors Without Borders” is a non-governmental organization that refuses to remain silent in the face of human suffering and takes action to deliver life-saving healthcare to those in need. This organization will implement the values of critical discussion and internal debate by encouraging students to advocate against humanitarian crises at events like “Speak Out!” and raise awareness about the severe inaccessibility of healthcare in underserved regions like the Democratic Republic of Congo. Members will have the unique opportunity to apply their technical knowledge for a charitable cause learning how engineers, policy makers, financiers, and doctors create the infrastructure required to deliver healthcare in situations like the Ebola Epidemic. Through integrated events like Outreach Drives, Expert Speaker Events, and Crisis Simulation Projects, members will participate in health advocacy campaigns like “Access Vaccines,” gain insight on the experiences of the real fieldworkers of “Doctors Without Borders,” and recreate humanitarian crisis simulations to understand how fieldworkers develop the supply chain required to save victims from health issues caused by war and disaster conditions. This club will bridge the gap of teaching students about humanitarian medicine at Rutgers University and encourage members to collaborate with a diverse member base to raise awareness for a single purpose, broadening members’ interpersonal skills and encouraging them to consider working with non-governmental organizations post-graduation.