Top Benefits of MWEA Membership
Enhance Your Industry Skills
Stay on top of advances, trends, and proven solutions through WEF’s highly regarded technical publications, Technical Practice Updates, Access Water Knowledge and education.
Facilitate Lifelong Learning
Choose your training and earn CEUs and PDHs through WEF’s educational program, including: WEFTEC®, WEF Conferences, hot topic seminars, workshops and webcasts. Attending the joint MWEA-MSAWWA Conference each year more than fulfills your yearly CEU’s and PDH’s.
Champion Productive Relationships
Within WEF and Member Associations (MAs), our members work together to help each other develop and grow professionally, while building valuable relationships with industry partners and prospects.
Enrich Your Leadership Potential
Gain leadership skills that can be applied to your career by volunteering your service to a WEF and MWEA committee.
Increase Awareness and Recognition in Your Field
Each year, WEF presents awards for outstanding contribution to the water environment profession.
WEF Membership Equips Professionals With Tools To Protect Water
Membership in the Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.) carries many benefits and exclusive perks. Because members help protect and enhance water quality, WEF strives to provide them with access to the knowledge and tools needed for sustainable water resource management, water protection, and water and wastewater treatment.
Benefits include discounts on WEF’s many educational events and various educational products and services, access to technical publications and regulatory updates, unique networking and career-building opportunities, and the ability to join WEF committees and receive WEF awards.
To help facilitate continual learning and help members earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs), Professional Development Hours (PDHs), or contact hours, WEF offers discounts to WEFTEC and other conferences, seminars, and workshops. WEF also offers discounts on books and manuals of practice, as well as online courses in the WEF Knowledge Center.
To enhance networking and professional relationships, WEF provides many opportunities to join discussions with other water-sector professionals through such venues as WEFCOM (the WEF member online workspace) and WEF’s LinkedIn page. WEF members also can build leadership skills through participating in WEF committees. Committees develop and discuss ideas and actions in many fields pertaining to water resources, wastewater, and water quality.
To help advance careers, WEF provides members with the opportunity to nominate or to be nominated for awards. A number of WEF awards, recognizing outstanding contribution to the water environment profession, require nominees to be members. WEF also provides access to the WEF Job Bank.
Because WEF realizes that membership needs vary from one individual or group to the next, it offers a number of different membership categories. Primary membership categories include Professional, Professional Wastewater Operator, Young Professional, and Student. WEF’s Utility Partnership Program enables utilities to consolidate all employee members into a single account and choose the appropriate value packages based on employees’ needs. WEF also offers other opportunities for corporate members and international members.
For more information on WEF membership or how to join today, contact Jessica LaFever at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 684-2400 ext. 7052.