Individual members include water utility employees, municipal officials, public health professionals, engineers, scientists, educators, consultants and other professionals interested in water.
Access the water sector’s best resources for expert knowledge and top publications to help you do your job better. And keep tabs on what’s happening right now through our latest news and AWWA Connections.
Get involved in local efforts to improve water quality and have a direct impact in your community. Take part in networking events and be part of an ongoing conversation about water issues.
Use your exclusive member discount to purchase the latest manuals, training guides, benchmarking reports and event registrations for some of the biggest water events in the industry for up to 33% off list price.
Participate in your local Section to help create change in your community and Impact water legislation and regulation at all levels of government for generations to come.
- Pamela Gill | General Manager, Kearns Improvement District Kearns, UT
Learn more about Utility and Service Provider Memberships.
This membership is for operations and administrative staff below the supervisory level at utilities with more than 1,000 service connections OR staff members at utilities with fewer than 1,000 service connections.
Acces the water sector's best resources for expert knowledge and top publications to help you do your job better. Keep tabs on what's happening right now through AWWA Connections.
Gain valuable insights to improve your utility operations with a subscription to Opflow.
Join networking events to connect, share best practices and compete in tapping or Top Ops competitions in your area.
Be part of an ongoing conversation about water issues in AWWA's social media communities.
Earn the CEUs you need to maintain your license at in-person trainings and national conferences. Get access to webinars and other educational materials at significant member discount of up to 33%.
Get the best technical knowledge in the industry, with access to valuable insights and best practices from experts.
Get involved in local efforts to improve water management and have a direct impact in your community.
Affect change in your community with the support of your local AWWA Section.
Young professional members are individuals who are age 35 or younger.
Take advantage of AWWA's career center for access to the newest job postings in your field.
Connect with water industry leaders at local and regional networking events. Get recognized for your professional work with one of our AWWA awards.
Access current news and expert knowledge to help you do your job better. Keep tabs on what's happening right now in the water sector through AWWA Connections. Learn from industry experts in AWWA's acclaimed publications Journal AWWA and Opflow.
Access the best technical knowledge in the industry and learn from thought leaders at some of the biggest events and conferences in the water sector.
Use your member discount to purchase the latest manuals, training guides, and benchmarking reports at up to 33% off the list price.
Build management and decision-making skills by working on YP Section Committee, Community Engineering Corp project or technical committee.
Get involved in local efforts to improve water quality to have a direct impact in your community. Be part of a conversation about water issues through AWWA's social media channels.
"Any professional in the water industry will benefit from the educational and leadership opportunities that AWWA membership offers. My involvement in the Ohio Section has propelled my career forward by introducing me to professionals, technologies and opportunities I wouldn’t have otherwise had access to so early in my career."
- Mike Giangiordano | Project Engineer, CH2M Columbus, Ohio
Student members must be currently enrolled in a minimum of nine credit hours in a water-related education program.
Effect change in your community by volunteering for a Community Engineering Corp project and participating your local Section.
Help ensure a better world through better water with a comitment to improving water quality for everyone.
Join (or start) an AWWA student chapter at your college or university! Apply for academic scholarship and achievement awards to advance your studies.
Take advantage of special discounts, networking events and conferences to get your career off to a quick start.
- Larry Latour | Assistant Engineer, Hazen and Sawyer Fairfax, VA
International memberships are for people and organizations that reside in countries other than the United States, Canada and Mexico.
International members enjoy nearly all of AWWA's individual member benefits. You will receive electronic subscriptions of AWWA publications.
Do you live in a country designated as high income by the World Bank?
Do you live in a country designated as medium to low income by the World Bank?
Do you live in India?
Are you a student and currently enrolled in a water-related program?
Download an International Individual (PDF) or International Student (PDF) membership application.
Learn more about the International Utility and Service Provider Memberships.
To enjoy the same benefits as an individual member at a reduced cost, you must:
Retiree Membership with Electronic Periodicals (E-Periodicals only)
Retiree Membership with Print Periodicals.
"AWWA helps keep our most precious resource clean and safe for all of us.”
- Marc Rosso | Project Manager, Tetra Tech, Inc. Nebraska
Please contact customer service for Retiree Membership at 800.926.7337 or firstname.lastname@example.org