Work in Water Resources for Utilities


Why host a Work in Water program in your community?
Dan Riney, Water Reclamation Facility Superintendent for the City of Ottawa, Kansas has the answer.



Engaging Schools Workshop Internships Evaluations How to Host the Work in Water Program 

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Engaging Schools

Fully customizable graphics, templates, and scripts can assist utilities in engaging high schools to promote careers in water.









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Hands-on experience can help students understand the many facets to working in the water industry.






Evaluate Your Work in Water Program

Feedback from utility staff and students can help build your Work in Water program to be engaging, educational, and inspiring.


Bring the Work in Water Program to Your Utility

Learn how to implement the Work in Water Program at your utility.  These resources explain how to get buy-in from your decision-makers, how to engage with schools, explore Work in Water resources, and the details of the Work in Water curriculum.

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The Work in Water materials on this webpage were developed under Assistance Agreement No. 97765701 and No. 97754201 awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. They have not been formally reviewed by EPA. The views expressed in these documents are solely those of the EFC WSU, and EPA does not endorse any products or commercial services mentioned in these publications.