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Get involved

There are plenty of opportunities to get involved with the WA Branch. You can get involved by becoming a mentor, a contributor for our bi-monthly state newsletter, or a Program Partner. Find out more below.

Program Partner Opportunities

Becoming a program partner for a WA Branch event supports core values around sustainability, innovation and collaboration while being highly cost-effective. Organisations in general have few opportunities to build trust, establish rapport with their customers and prospects. Getting involved with an event, or the Branch, being seen as a contributor and participant will accelerate this process. Attending an event is important but standing out in the crowd by being a program partner will highlight you and your business with a highly engaged audience. Active participation with the Australian Water Association (AWA) presents an opportunity for you to develop local and national networks, build relationships with members, industry leaders, key stakeholders and peers. Partnering with the AWA will expose your organisation to key decision makers and WA market participants. There are many Program Partner options available to suit a range of marketing needs. For more information download the Program Partnership Prospectus.

Source WA – The bi-monthly WA branch newsletter

The WA Branch publishes a newsletter on a regular basis providing branch news and announcing upcoming events. If you would like to contribute please send information to the WA Branch Manager.

WA Mentoring program

The annual WA Mentoring Programs take place from July through to June the following year. Communication regarding the program commences to our member/subscriber database in April with applications by mentors and mentees taking place in May, then matching taking place in June each year. In this facilitated program, Young Water Professionals are paired up with a water industry mentor and guided throughout the program to get the most out of the mentor/mentee relationship for the upcoming 12 month period. 
To find out more about the program, please contact Kyllie Whitehead.