Developing the Water Industry Workforce

A Baltimore initiative recruits unemployed and underemployed young people and trains them for water and wastewater careers.

Developing the Water Industry Workforce

YH20 participant Darrius Pugh delivers remarks at the 2015 closing ceremony to celebrate the completion of the inaugural class of the water mentoring program.

Upon seeing seasoned workers leave for retirement and take many years of institutional knowledge with them, Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., met with department and industry colleagues and came up with a way to address the problem.

At the same time, Baltimore was experiencing widespread...

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