|Cuyamaca’s innovative Water & Wastewater Technology Program provides pre-employment training as well as advanced courses in water and wastewater technology for those wishing career advancement.
Courses prepare students for certification examinations administered by the State of California as well as those administered by professional associations within the water and wastewater industry.
Current instructors are experienced water and wastewater professionals, expert and up-to-date in best-of-breed industry practices. Classes are built around practical examples of real-world scenarios, demonstrations, and field trips whenever possible to maximize understanding of subject matter. Internships are available, too.
The Water & Wastewater Technology Program
invites you to join the
Cuyamaca College AWWA Student Chapter.
Kickoff meeting scheduled for Tuesday, August 26, at 4:30 pm in Room
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AWWA Student Membership Discount
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Click on the links below for detailed information about the Program
Water & Wastewater Technology Program Overview & Highlights
Water & Wastewater Technology Program Majors & Course Information
For additional information about the
Joe Young at
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (619) 660-4789
or (619) 609-9001
Recent News about the Water and Wastewater Technology Program
New Water & Wastewater Technology
Program Coordinator: Beginning Fall of 2013, the Water and Wastewater Technology Program
is now under the direction of a new Program Coordinator, Joe
Young. Mr. Young recently retired from a 35 year career
with Helix Water District, where he had worked in both the
Engineering Dept. and in Operations, the last 18 years as
Helix's System's Operation Manager. Mr. Young brings real
world industry experience and know-how to the Water & Wastewater
State Grant funding has expired: The $535,000 state grant
Cuyamaca College to lead a
partnership of seven California community colleges to provide job training in the water and wastewater field
expired in December '13. The Water & Wastewater Technology
Program will be looking for additional grant funding in the coming