First Graduating Class of CWDE Program
Jeremiah Alvarez and Hayden Asbell received their water/wastewater certificates Saturday, May 15, 2021.
*Not pictured: James Pyatt and Robert Taylor
Thank you to Bronson HS Counselor, Genny Foshee, who has been instrumental in her students’ success.
“I chose to get into this field because there is a lot of opportunity for growth, and you don’t have to go straight to college right out of high school.”
City of Cape Canaveral
“There is a great deal of opportunity for growth in this business. You can be content with working a shift as an operator with your C license, or if you’re motivated, you can push and look forward to getting your B license and your A license and pushing into Management.”
City of Venice
“What I love most about my job is it’s something different every day.”
Clay County Utility Authority
“If the economy fell out right now, wastewater operators, water operators are going to have a job. You always need water to drink; the toilets are never going to stop flushing.”
City of Eustis