Find an Internship through our partners at CWEA

https://www.cawaterinterns.org

Independence High School Water Testing

Students are introduced to careers in the water industry through water testing experiments at Independence High School. read more

CACE Water Certification Class

Success stories from the Water Certification class at Campbell Adult and Community Education. read more

Career Interview Series

Megan Johnson, Santa Teresa Water Treatment Plant – Women in Water Series

Interview with Megan Johnson, Control Systems Technician at Santa Teresa Water Treatment Plant in San Jose, CA. read more

Robert Herrera, San Jose/Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility

Robert Herrera, Mechanic at San Jose/Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility, speaks about his career in the water industry and his job duties. read more

George Henry, San Jose/Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility

George Henry, Mechanic at San Jose/Santa Clara Regional Wastewater Facility, speaks about his career in the water industry and his job duties. read more

In the News

Congratulations to Cuyamaca College!

Congratulations to Don Jones and Cuyamaca College in San Diego for launching the first above-ground water treatment, distribution, wastewater treatment and underground wastewater capture system for hands-on use educating the next generation of water professionals. The Field Operations Skills Yard (FOSY) was made possible by generous industry donations and support… read more

WCP and CWEA jointly back water industry student internships

Water Career Pathways (WCP) and California Water Environment Association (CWEA) join forces to provide a single space for water internships in California.  With the impending crisis in water industry workforce reliability, the need for student internships to gain industry access and exposure are essential for not only industry growth but… read more

James Lick High School Chemistry Water Challenge

During the 2016-2017 school year, James Lick High School from East Side Union High School District (ESUHSD) took the water challenge into their own hands. In the larger intra-district water challenge, Water Career Pathways (WCP) sponsored approximately four hundred students from four different high schools, including James Lick, from two… read more