American Water Works Association and the 43 sections across North America have come together to create the One AWWA Operator Scholarship to support continuing education within the water industry.
AWWA’s Water Equation matches funds raised at the section level to provide books, tuition, training, education and certification to operators at water and wastewater treatment plants.
Celebrate the Water and Wastewater Operators by wearing this t-shirt at all of your local section events! T-shirts are $15 each and funds raised support the One AWWA Operator Scholarship.
Contact your AWWA local section to apply for a scholarship!
Donate to One AWWA Operator Scholarship
Young Professional and Student Programs
Young Professional and Student programs
Provides support for young and new professionals who want to add to their skills set through conferences and courses. In 2018 Water Equation is raising funds for leadership training and the DC Fly-in.
DONATE to Young Professional programming.
Community Engineering Corps
AWWA Deputy CEO Paula I. MacIlwaine (L) with
Lynn Williams Stephens (R) from Brown
and Caldwell at ACE18 in Las Vegas, NV.
Lynn helped launch the CECorps effort in 2015 in the Pacific Northwest Section.
Thank you, Lynn, for all of your hard work and congratulations!
Community Engineering Corps is an alliance between AWWA, American Society of Civil Engineers and Engineers Without Borders-USA.
The alliance combines the strengths of three organizations to provide technical expertise to underserved communities in the United States and ensure that their infrastructure meets their community's needs.