Water Science Program Purpose: Students taking courses in the Water Science Program will learn the technical concepts underlying the water industry. Program outcomes will include the ability to analyze water chemistry, evaluate sources of contamination, design water delivery and treatment systems, and examine environmental issues related to domestic water use. Courses in the Water Science Program […]Read more "Studying Water Science at Ventura College"
A year has passed since the first family in East Porterville received water provided by the new distribution system connected to the City of Porterville’s water supply. Since August 19, 2016, a total of 321 homes are receiving water from the system and an additional 446 homes are expected to be connected by the end […]Read more "Spotlight Hundreds of East Porterville Homes Connected to Water Supply"
An interview with Ventura College Water Science grad Jose Mendez, he now works for LA Sanitation. Jose grew up near Moorpark. Tune in for some exciting news and tips from someone in the industry. Thank You CA Water Pros!Read more "CAWaterJobs Interviews VC Water Sci Grad"
The Value of Water AWWA works collaboratively with our members and partners in the water sector to advocate for water and the infrastructure that supports it. AWWA is a founding partner in the Value of Water Campaign and works closely with the Water Environment Federation (WEF) to develop tools and resources that will help support […]Read more "The Value of Water"
Experience NEW learning opportunities ONLY offered at WEFTEC Knowledge Development Forums We set the topic and gather the best minds in the sector, along with participants, in one room. What happens next is NOT your average panel discussion. Get ready for lively conversation, directed by completely improvisational audience participation. Instigators will keep the discussions […]Read more "WEFTEC2017"
Drinking Water Week is a time to celebrate and support our water innovators. As a distinguished water professional and AWWA member, you understand the life-changing work of physician John Leal and engineer George Warren Fuller, PE. Teaming up to develop the process of chlorinating drinking water to eradicate several waterborne diseases was an amazing innovation. We […]Read more "Drinking Water Week"
Each utility is responsible for making sure that its system stays in good working order, regardless of the age of its components or the availability of additional funds. Asset management programs with the use of GIS data collection—including proactive operations & maintenance, and capital replacement plans—can be the most efficient method of meeting this […]Read more "“ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS/ GIS SOLUTION STANDARDS”"
Student Employment The Department of Water Resources’ Student Employment Program is designed to acquaint students with the work and employment opportunities that exist within the Department. You can gain on-the-job training in your chosen academic field if you’re enrolled in high school, college, or any recognized school of learning. High school or college students may […]Read more "Department of Water Resources:Student Employment"
Camrosa Water District is a special district covering 31 square miles in southeastern Ventura County, including eastern Camarillo, California State University Channel Islands, and the Santa Rosa Valley. The District serves a variety of customer types, from agricultural to residential to light industrial, via approximately 7,500 potable and 400 non‐potable connections. In addition to […]Read more "WASTEWATER OPERATOR II/III : Job Opening Camrosa Water District"
Camrosa Water District is a special district covering 31 square miles in southeastern Ventura County, including eastern Camarillo, California State University Channel Islands, and the Santa Rosa Valley. The District serves a variety of customer types, from agricultural to residential to light industrial, via approximately 7,500 potable and 400 non‐potable connections. In addition to providing […]Read more "Job Opening :MAINTENANCE OPERATOR"