Student Outreach Network

Welcome!

The Next Generation of Public Works Leaders

Welcome to the Student Outreach Network webpage! Student Outreach is one of the most important initiatives for APWA as attracting and retaining the next generations of public works leaders is a priority for APWA at the National and local levels.  As a result APWA has identified a need to increase its presence in colleges and universities, and to educate students about career opportunities in the public works field. The Student Outreach Network is working to: 

  • CONNECT students with APWA professionals as well as professional growth opportunities.
  • EDUCATE students about Public Works and APWA at colleges,universities and technical colleges
  • SUPPORT students form APWA student chapters at their schools
    • Currently there are student chapters at: Everett Community College, University of Washington, Washington State University Everett, Western Washington University

Interested student and current APWA members can contact me at any time to ask questions or to find out how to get involved.  Join us as we work to Educate, and Inspire the next generation of Public Works leaders!

Jordan Ottow
Student Outreach Network Chair
City of Monroe
jottow@monroewa.gov, 360.863.4546

Committee Member Information available by clicking on the member's name in the right column.

Meetings
The Committee members connect via conference call on the second Tuesday of each month at 3pm. There is also an in-person meeting at the spring and fall conferences. Contact the Chair for details.

Scholarships
SME Education Foundation Scholarships
Deadline: February 1, 2019

SME Education Foundation Scholarships are open to all students who are pursuing post-secondary degrees in an engineering discipline closely related to manufacturing or a technology field of study related to manufacturing.

Total Award Amount: Scholarships range from $1,000 – $6,000.

Events
Student Outreach Network has a series of volunteer events and other socials throughout the year. Email the Chair to be part of our email list.

MLK Day - Plant Trees to Save Salmon

Monday, January 21, 2019. 10am - 2pm. 

Al Borlin Park, Monroe. All tools, gloves, snacks and water are provided.  

Make a difference for salmon! Join Sound Salmon Solutions for a Day of Service on MLK Day 2019! Plant native trees, remove invasive plants such as knotweed, ivy & blackberry near the Skykomish River at Al Borlin Park in Monroe, WA. Native trees lower the temperature of the river, reduce erosion and provide food for macroinvertebrates which in turn benefit salmon. Individuals, youth and families as well as groups are welcome! Youth ages 14 & up are requested, or ages 6 & up with parent/guardian supervision.

Carpooling requested, Event will be held rain or shine, dress warmly for the weather, no experience needed.
For more information, please contact APWA student liaison:
Tyler Christian, tchristian@monroewa.gov, (360) 863-4520.

Past Activities
2018 - Spring Conference Presentation "A Students Perspective on Sustainability" - WSU Everett Student Chapter 

2016 - Spring Conference Presentation - UW Student Chapter

Links and Resources

Student Membership FAQs Student Membership Facts

Learn more about the Student Outreach Network - download the Program Brochure

Additional Resources and Templates can be found on the National website

    Total Member : 6
  • Mrs. Lauren J. Behm
  • Mr. Jordan Ottow
  • Mr. John Tyler Christian
  • Mr. Casey Nelson, PE SFP
  • Blake Everett Lewis Nelson
  • Gregory Piland
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