The Engineers in Action (EIA) Bridge Program provides engineering students with international service-learning opportunities through design-build footbridge projects. The conventional project model relies on an implementation trip as a primary learning activity. Prior to the pandemic-caused cancellations of all implementation trips in 2020, EIA resources were already being allocated to increase on-campus learning activities in an effort to improve the inclusivity of the program to students without the financial means to travel and forego paid internships. Online courses were developed using OpenedX(https://eiaeducation.org) and the focus of students was shifted from preparing themselves to implement the bridge projects in person, to aiding local staff and communities to implement the projects without EIA students onsite. All student chapters remained actively engaged in their projects through the adapted project preparations and online courses. The successful adaptation of a service-learning project to an online format suggests that students still highly value these educational experiences. In the future, service-learning projects should consider offering online formats to engage more engineering students across a wider range of institutions.