YP Summit 2024

The WEF/AWWA Young Professionals (YP) Summit is the premier water and wastewater industry workshop for young professionals. Join other young leaders by exploring your role in water and discussing how you can best serve the water sector at large.

This is a skills development workshop that provides supplemental training and networking opportunities to emerging leaders and students in the water sector. 

All students and young professionals in water-related roles are encouraged to join. 

Registration is required.

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YP Summit attendees in Portland, Oregon on February 13th, 2024.

Registration Housing Program Sponsors Local Host Guide  Pre-Summit Activity YP WORKSHOP DAY  JUSTIFICATION LETTER 

 YP Utility Scholarships Save the Date  SPEAKERS 

       SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES  Volunteer

  

Registration

Details coming fall 2024.

Housing

Details coming fall 2024.

Program

Details coming fall 2024.

Sponsors

Details coming fall 2024.

LOCAL HOST GUIDE

Details coming fall 2024.

Pre-Summit Activity

Details coming fall 2024.

YP Workshop Day

Details coming fall 2024.

Justification Letter

Details coming fall 2024.

YP Utility Scholarships

Details coming fall 2024.

Save the Date

Details coming fall 2024.

Speakers

Details coming fall 2024.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Details coming fall 2024.

Volunteer

The WEF/AWWA YP Summit wouldn't be possible without the dedication and hard work of our volunteers. Aimeé is currently a company leader for Providence Engineering and Environmental Group LLC in Baton Rouge, La. At Providence, Aimeé leads the Air, Water, Waste, Ground Water, Environmental Engineering and Remediation teams as their company leader, and is responsible for an awesome team of employee owners.

- Local Host Committee
- Marketing Committee
- Programming Committee
- Sponsorship Committee

If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about YP Summit 2025, please email WEF Staff Ama Richardson.

 

 

 

 

February 11, 2023

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