Become a Member
This member category is for full-time graduate, undergraduate and PhD students and may be used for a maximum of three years. AWRA conducts regular audits of students and postdoctoral fellows and may, at any time, contact these individuals to request verification of their eligibility. Continued eligibility is based on an individual’s ability to provide suitable documentation.
Explore our member directory to connect with professionals, classmates, and friends in water resources. Membership is required to access the directory.
Each year we offer $7,000 or more in scholarships to student members who are enrolled in a program related to water resources. Learn more about applying.
Volunteer with AWRA and gain real-world work experience. These two opportunities have been filled. Stay tuned for future opportunities with AWRA.
Summer Internship Job Description I - Project Management and Administrative Support
Summer Internship Job Description II - Coordinate Continuing Education Units Program
Offering PDH credits for 10-12 webinars per year, our highly rated webinar program also features an archive of 20+ recordings and presentation slides. Visit our Webinar Center.
Each year, AWRA hosts 3-4 conferences, all with reputations as the most multidisciplinary and inclusive in water resources. Student members are provided special rates. Experience AWRA Conferences.
Containing diverse, solution-oriented articles, IMPACT is a venue to publish your work! Members receive unlimited access to all current and archived issues. Learn more about IMPACT.
Whether expanding your library, or keeping current on the science in our field, this discount helps you save! Membership is required to access Wiley.
Five technical committees offer opportunities to participate in conferences and webinars, as well as create reports, white papers and policy statements. Give back on an AWRA Committee.
Partnered with the Engineering & Science Career Network, our Career Center offers resume writing, career coaching, and more. Discover more on AWRA's Career Center.
Kevin Jiang modeling a litter trap installed on a major storm drain outfall in New Haven.
University of Delaware students cleaning up the coast!
If you actively engage in our community, your career and organization will benefit. We offer multiple opportunities for engagement via conferences, social media, webinars, committees and publications.
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