Welcome to VA AWWA

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Welcome new members:     Daniel Pomeroy, Hatch Mott MacDonald     -      Richard Kincheloe, Dewberry      -      Mary Martin, Loudoun Water      -      Maryann Conroy, Draper, Aden & Associates      -      Brician McWilliams, Keller America Inc.      -      Candee Ramsey, Keller America Inc.      -      Robert Pearce, Newport News Waterworks      -         Kayla Townsend         -         Chelsea Green, CDM Smith         -      Paul Ruess     -      Whitney Robertson, Chesterfield County Utilities      -      Keith Lipes, City of Covington      -      Emily Garner, Virginia Tech      -      Jacque Hatcher, Appomattox River Water Authority

Every journey begins with just a few steps.  Those steps are reflections of our goals, expectations and influences.  So, wouldn’t it be great if the journey had signs directing us to the most effective route to success?  Sometimes they do.  And when they do, often times that signage comes in the form of a mentor.  If you’re a student or young professional with under ten (10) years of water/wastewater experience and looking for a little guidance from someone who’s been there, check out this new program.  If you’re a more seasoned professional and would enjoy reaching back to help a young profes... read more

The Virginia Section AWWA (VA AWWA) Student Activities Committee is pleased to announce its annual scholarship program.  These scholarships are awarded annually by VA AWWA to students enrolled at a Virginia university in an environmental engineering or science undergraduate or graduate program.  The objectives of the scholarships are to support our local universities and to promote student participation in VA AWWA.  The following scholarships will be awarded in 2014:  Undergraduate Engineering Scholarships 1st place - $2,000 2nd place - $1,500 3rd place - $1,000   Undergraduate Non-Engineering... read more

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The Virginia Section AWWA is continuing to explore the need for a Training Coordinator to assist in identifying how the Virginia Section can better address YOUR training needs.  Please click on this link to take our training survey.  If you already participated in the survey, we wish to say Thank You! Your feedback is very valuable to us and is helping to determine future training for our Section.  If you didn't participate in this survey, please take just a few moments to answer 8 short questions.  Your responses provide us with a better understanding of the training you currently receive, as... read more

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