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|Join NC AWWA-WEA|
We are glad you are interested in joining NC AWWA-WEA!
As you will see below, you have several options in exactly how you join NC AWWA-WEA. Regardless of how you come to NC AWWA-WEA, you will find a great list of benefits.
See below for AWWA and WEF application information.
Become a Member
Through AWWA or WEF
When you join either of our parent organizations, AWWA or WEF, based on your address, you are automatically assigned to a local Section of AWWA or Member Association (MA) of WEF. For addresses in North Carolina you are assigned to, and become a member of NC AWWA-WEA. If you don’t live or work in North Carolina, then you may request and pay to join an additional Section or MA, and if you request to join the North Carolina Section or MA you become a member of NC AWWA-WEA. Within AWWA and WEF there are multiple types and levels of membership.
For the most up-to-date information on joining AWWA and/or WEF, and a list of specific benefits provided by these national organizations, please contact each organization directly.
NC State Level Association Membership (NC SLAM)
If you aren’t currently interested in membership at the national level, then you can join NC AWWA-WEA at the state level only. State Level Association Membership is referred to as SLAM. There is currently only one level of membership for SLAM and you join directly through the NC AWWA-WEA office in Raleigh. As of January 1, 2017, membership dues are $65 for one year (12 months). SLAM provides membership benefits only within the NC AWWA-WEA.
Both AWWA and WEF offer student membership types at a reduced membership fee and with benefits unique to these groups. Students at UNC Charlotte and NC State University also have the opportunity to join their school’s college chapter.
If you are currently a member of the national AWWA and/or WEF with an address in North Carolina or you paid for a dual membership in North Carolina, it is unnecessary for you to join SLAM. You have already paid for, and should be receiving, benefits from the NC AWWA-WEA. Because AWWA, WEF and NC AWWA-WEA are separate associations it is not possible to transfer membership between the organizations. If you have questions about your membership, please contact the NC AWWA-WEA office at (919) 784-9030.
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2017 Spring Symposium (Previously the Spring Conference)
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