Congratulations to U.S. Water employee Amanda Findlay-Harris on being nominated by the Florida Rural Water Association as an Outstanding Apprentice. Apprentices nationwide were nominated by their State Rural Water Associations to be recognized by the National Rural Water Association (NRWA) during National Apprenticeship Week.
The NRWA is the largest public drinking water and sanitation utility organization representing the interests of more than 31,000 water and wastewater utilities nationwide. NRWA provides training and technical assistance through 49 affiliated State Rural Water Associations dedicated to supporting and promoting the water and wastewater professionals that serve small communities across the United States. NRWA and the State Affiliates provide training on operator certification, financial sustainability, environmental compliance, utility management and governance to over 80,000 water professionals annually in all 50 states.
The NRWA Apprenticeship Program develops knowledgeable, passionate people who strive to deliver clean drinking water to their community and treat wastewater before returning it to the environment. This program starts as a job and emerges as a solid and secure career as either a water operations specialist or wastewater operations specialist. For more information on the NRWA Apprenticeship Program, visit https://apprenticeship.nrwa.org/pub/index.htm and Watch Amanda’s fellow nominees in the NRWA 2022 Outstanding Apprentice Video.
Great work Amanda!