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|About NC AWWA-WEA|
Welcome to the web site of the North Carolina American Water Works Association and the North Carolina Water Environment Association (NC AWWA-WEA). Formed in 1928, NC AWWA-WEA is a volunteer association operating jointly under one Board of Trustees as a Section of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and a Member Association (MA) of the Water Environment Federation (WEF).
Who We Are & What We Do
As defined by the 2013 Strategic Plan adopted by the Board of Trustees May 9, 2013
To enrich the expertise of water professionals in North Carolina.
CORE ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES
Respect for diverse perspectives
We have an inclusive culture that seeks alternative points of view in dialogue and deliberation and we enjoy the satisfaction of equal relationships among peers, mentors and friends.
Value and respect for volunteer service
We understand that family and job responsibilities take priority and appreciate the time contributed to the association.
Affordable, high quality products and services
We carefully balance cost, price and quality.
We demonstrate transparent decisions, honest actions and ethical behavior.
We appreciate the power of working with others to achieve a common vision.
VIVID DESCRIPTION OF A DESIRED FUTURE
Chosen – for high quality, affordability, convenience, practical value and expert safe water trainers
Our Professional Development
Delivers extensive opportunities – networking, information exchange and collaboration opportunities
Everything you need – core certification to emerging technologies
Our Continuing Education
Recognized and accredited
Tomorrows Professionals – through scholarship, student activities, public outreach programs
Recognized Nationally; Recognizing Locally
OUR VOLUNTEERS – MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!
GOALS FOR THE NEXT 3-5 YEARS
#1 – Training and Continuing Education
The Association will provide high quality, affordable training and continuing education that is convenient and of practical value to users.
#2 – Professional Development
The Association will improve networking opportunities, relevant information exchange and peer collaboration to enhance participation in the water industry profession.
#3 – Volunteer Engagement
The Association will provide appropriate and meaningful opportunities for volunteers.
#4 – Membership
The Association will be a growing and diverse organization that will provide valuable benefits to our participants.
11/28/2016 » 3/31/2017
2017 Maintenance Technologist Certification Renewals
4/2/2017 » 4/4/2017
2017 Spring Symposium (Previously the Spring Conference)
4/3/2017 » 4/5/2017
2017 Utility Management Institute - April
Summer 2017 NC Currents Content Due