“We encourage you to engage in dialogue, ask the tough questions, and establish your role in water. In addition, we hope you leave the YP Summit with a refreshed perspective of our industry and feel well-equipped to lead the charge for change. After all, you are the future leaders of water.” -Rocky Craley & Vanessa Borkowski, 2017 YP Summit Planning Co-Chairs
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2020 YP Summit Schedule of Events | February 24, 2020
Hyatt Regency Orange County | Anaheim, California
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Last year at AC18, CWEA SYP Committee hosted a fundraiser for the Water Project as a part of the SYP Community Service Project. We are pleased to share that the fund was allocated to the Western Uganda WaSH Program to Continue reading
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The Student Design Competition promotes real-world design experience for students interested in pursuing education and careers in water and wastewater engineering and science. Join us for an orientation webinar on November 12 at Noon. We’ll answer questions, talk to students Continue reading
Connie Leonard, CWEA President CDMSmith The role of the CWEA Board of Directors is to set the vision and direction of the organization. To that end, we routinely undertake strategic planning at the same time we are continuing the Continue reading
California’s water and wastewater agencies need approximately 6,000 new workers every year and that number continues to grow as more and more water professionals retire. Water careers provide an incredible opportunity for individuals who enjoy working with their hands, working Continue reading
Thank you Student Design Competition Supporters We’ve started an important, new tradition at CWEA. We held our first ever Student Design Competition on Saturday, May 19th. A panel of distinguished CWEA members served as judges and five teams from California universities gave their best Continue reading
The Internship board is supported by CA Water Careers, West Valley College California’s water and wastewater agencies need approximately 6,000 new workers every year and that number continues to grow as more and more water professionals retire. To highlight the wide Continue reading
The CWEA Students and Young Professionals Committee continues their FREE on-line skills building training. Don”t miss it! In this webinar we will explore electronic media as vehicles for professional communication. How you present yourself online and the manner in which you Continue reading
Staff from the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County has worked with the producers of the PBS show Curiosity Quest to develop three new public service announcements (PSA) described below. LACSD will be sharing these via social media in the coming Continue reading