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CWEA Membership Demographics Report for 2022

CWEA and WEF are undertaking large, strategic initiatives to bolster diversity, equity, and inclusion within the water and wastewater profession. WEF is rolling out new initiatives, and CWEA has developed JEDI-Openers – stories about diversity that can help leaders start meetings with a short diversity moment. We recently pulled our membership demographic data and found…

Social Media Takeover for California Water Professionals Appreciation Week

Once again, we are hosting a social media takeover with our members in honor of California Water Professionals Appreciation Week. Watch for details for our Instagram takeover and Twitter takeover. These members will give you a first hand look into their lives as wastewater professionals and we can’t wait to see what they share! Be…

2022 Water Week: California Water Career Fairs

Join one of our virtual, regional water career fairs coming up on October 3-6. California’s water and wastewater agencies are hiring right now for a variety of exciting and interesting roles. A career in water offers numerous benefits, including: family sustaining wages and benefits; opportunity to work on a great team; and serving your community…

2022 Water Week: Path to Power Panel Discussion, Oct. 4th

We are pleased to welcome these impressive women in water for an insightful conversation about their professional journeys. Join us as we hear how they navigate challenges and balance their professional and personal priorities, share their best advice, and answer audience questions. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH 11:00 to Noon FREE for everyone REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR…

CWA at 50 Webinar: What’s Next for California Clean Water Laws?

The Clean Water Act and Porter-Cologne provided California’s water professionals and regulators the support and funding needed to make monumental clean water achievements. Rivers, bays, and beaches across the Golden State are cleaner than ever and enjoyed by millions of residents and tourists. Now 50 years old, and entering middle age, what’s the future of…