MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE

Duties

The ACWWA Membership Committee looks after all matters related to membership within the association. The committee carries out this mandate through recruiting programs in cooperation with AWWA and WEF, promoting membership at ACWWA events, publicizing membership benefits in the ACWWA magazine and recognizing current members through recognition programs.

The Membership Committee falls under the Membership Director and is comprised of:

 

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR

Julie Stokes, NB

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AWWA MEMBERSHIP CHAIR

Gabriel Belliveau, NB

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WEF MEMBERSHIP CHAIR

Sean Chillibeck, NL

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NEW MEMBERS / VOLUNTEERS CHAIR

Melissa Fraser, NS

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Membership Corner

VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITY – We need people like you!

  

Volunteering could be the best professional and personal investment you've made in years. Professionally, you will make valuable contacts, enhance your resume, and increase your knowledge of the water and waste water field. Personally, you can expect new friends, fun, and personal growth. Volunteering in ACWWA is also one more way to demonstrate your commitment to providing water and wastewater services for everyone.

  

There are lots of opportunities to volunteer with ACWWA both short term and long term. 

  • Periodic - help out during the annual conference, be available 1-2 hours every so often if the need arises

  • Small - sitting on a committee and be given tasks that might require regular attention such as 1-2 hours per month

  • Medium - acting as a committee chair.  In this role, you would have a set list of duties and work under the direction of a Director. 

  • High - acting as a Director.  This role usually comes after you have been involved in another form.  This can be a very rewarding role.

  

Here are the areas that you can help with: 

  • Membership

  • Volunteer

  • Government Affairs

  • Education

  • Young Professionals

  • Water For People

  • Communications (magazine, website, public relations)

  • Scholarships

  • Technical Papers (reviewing submissions for fall conference)

  • Cross Connection Control

  • Operator Involvement

  

If you have any questions about volunteering or about ACWWA, please do not hesitate to contact myself, Melissa Fraser at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or our Membership Director, Julie Stokes atThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

 

We would be happy to answer any questions.