The mission of the National Association of Wastewater Technicians (NAWT) is to unify the voice of the sanitary liquid waste management industry, while increasing its professionalism and public image through education of industry members and the public, and the development and national representation of individual, state, and regional chapters, allowing our industry to exchange ideas and concerns for the betterment of our members, the environment, and the general public. Throughout their generosity, NAWT offers scholarships.
Scholarship applicants must be enrolled in an accredited university offering a bachelor degree in the following fields related to wastewater transport and treatment, such as Natural and Environmental Sciences, Biological sciences, Agricultural and Civil engineering or Management/Business. Applicants must also have completed at least one year of study and have attained a cumulative grade point average above the average for the university in which you are enrolled. Recipients will receive their scholarship during the WWETT Expo during the NAWT Association Breakfast. Dollar amounts may vary, so inquire with NAWT for further details.