Abigail graduated from St. Mark's High School in Wilmington, DE. She is attending the University of North Carolina Wilmington where she is pursuing a degree in business, which she hopes to apply in the water industry.
The Aaron Thomas Memorial Scholarship, funded by CSAWWA and Hazen and Sawyer, is available to Baltimore City and Baltimore County high school/home-schooled seniors interested in a career in the water utility industry. One $3,500 scholarship is available. Click the button below for more information and the application Google form.
The CSAWWA Water Works High School Scholarship Award is available to MD, DC and DE high school or home-schooled seniors interested in a career in the water utility industry. Three $1,000 scholarships are available. Click the button below for more information and the application Google form.
Brianne graduated from Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Laurel, MD. She is attending Howard University where she is studying genomic medicine and its impact on the water industry.
CSAWWA is now accepting applications for three scholarship awards.
Details and eligibility requirements for each scholarship can be found below.
The deadline for all scholarship applications is March 31, 2024.
Joshua graduated from Perry Hall High School in Baltimore, MD. He is attending South Carolina State University where he is pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering.
New for 2024, the CSAWWA Water Works College Scholarship Award is available to college, university or trade school students enrolled in an engineering, science, environmental, or construction program with an interest in a career in the water utility industry. Three $1,000 scholarships are available. Click the button below for more information and the application Google form.
Who is Aaron Thomas?
Aaron Thomas’s more than 25-year engineering career was exemplified by countless instances where he went above and beyond to solve a water system’s challenges, even when it required getting dirty by fixing filters and chutes with his own tools and hands. His hands-on approach to improving water and wastewater treatment facilities throughout the Mid-Atlantic region included preparing the next generation of engineers to do the same. Mr. Thomas took pride in introducing children to how water and wastewater systems work through classroom presentations and supporting interns and young engineers by guiding them through real-life engineering obstacles.
Chiemela attends Eastern Technical High School in Essex, MD and will attend college in the fall where she plans to major in civil engineering.