MAWSS is excited to announce the inaugural Citizens Water Academy!

We invite area influencers to join us and learn how the Mobile Area Water and Sewer System’s dollars are spent and the strategy behind our “Keep Water Working” campaign. This crash course will educate participants on the history of MAWSS, use and management of water, and treatment and conveyance of wastewater in the Mobile region.

The goal of the academy is to arm graduates with data and information so they understand the workings of a water and wastewater utility. This will empower our new team of ambassadors to educate others about the water we depend on every day.

Academy participants will receive approximately 15 hours of instruction and tours of the water and treatment facilities from our experts. The classes are scheduled for Monday, January 14, and Wednesday, January 30, from 8:30am-12:30pm. The final class and graduation ceremony is on Friday, February 8, from 8:00am-5:00pm. MAWSS will offer this program at no cost to the attendee. We request that when you sign up for the academy, you will commit to the entire program.

Follow MAWSS on social media to find out when applications are available for the Citizens Water Academy. This is an opportunity you do not want to miss.

For more information on Mobile Area Water and Sewer System, visit https://www.mawss.com. Social Media: Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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