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The Texas Section AWWA is committed to education of not only our water and wastewater professionals but of our youth and Young Professionals who will become the leaders of the water community.

To meet our goals, we provide a multi-faceted approach to Education.

K-12+ Education

Understanding the value of water is essential for a thriving State and like all things important for our future, education at all levels is essential. As a leader in the Water Community, Texas AWWA is not only committed to classroom education on all aspects of water, we are recognized as a leader in providing Scholarship opportunities to our members to support future leaders in higher education.

Over the years, the Texas Section AWWA has provided nearly $500,000 in scholarships, and every year on a Statewide and local basis through our Chapters provides thousands of dollars of support to higher education.

You can help us continue this program by contacting us at or by purchasing our unique Conservation License Plate at

We also need your support to advance our K-12 Education programs throughout the state either with your financial or volunteer commitment to our programs. Your financial support is directly applied to providing water education resources to teachers statewide. Your volunteer support can help us coordinate and present water education programs.

To learn more, please visit the K-12+ Education Page.

Member Education

Providing our professional members with exceptional educational opportunities that include specialty workshops, webcasts, and the Largest Regional Water Conference in the U.S.™, the Texas Water Conference is an essential to advancing their knowledge of the water industry. The expertise provided at our training events by our members is second to none. See our upcoming TRAINING here.

To learn more about Member Education Program or to request a training course, please visit the Member Education Page.

Partnership Development

To facilitate our education goals, we partner with like-minded organizations to leverage our training to a larger audience.

To learn more about our Partnerships and to provide assistance, please visit the Partnership Development Page.


The Texas Section AWWA is an avid supporter of science fairs and other opportunities where students at all levels can compete to demonstrate their proficiency in water education.

For more information, please visit the Competitions Page.

Consumer Outreach

We believe that an educated consumer is one that understands the value of water, protecting water resources and the expertise that is provide daily by water professionals to ensure that every drop of water that reaches the tap at home and at work is the highest quality it can be. And the safest.

And, we believe that an understanding of how water professional also treat wastewater and protect the environment is an essential part of being good stewards of our water resources.

You can learn more about our CONSUMER outreach here or by contacting:

Karen Menard
(940) 781-8977