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  1. Represents the PWO Members in the Association.
  2. Responsible for organizing and executing Operations Challenge Competion at the Annual Conference. Coordinates the entry of the team from NWEA at the National WEF Conference and fund raising efforts, if necessary, for the expense of sending a team to WEF.
  3. Represents the Association as a voting member on the Tri-State Conference Committee.
  4. Organizes operator training seminars.
  5. Provides input to policy decisions of the Association.
  6. Assists the President as requested in the formulation of the goals of the Association.
  7. Serves as voting member of the Board.
  8. Promotes membership and involvement in the Association.
  9. Attends WEF/MA Exchange Meeting.
  1. Prepares an annual budget and goals for the committee.
  2. Solicits technical papers, meeting schedules, editorials, state organization information, and any other articles of interest for inclusion in the Associations Quarterly Newsletter, The Silver State Water Environment News, which shall be published in January, April, July, and October.
  3. Establishes advertising rates and sells advertising space in the newsletter.
  4. Oversees the development and maintenance of the Associations Internet Website. This includes oversight of a contracted Web Master to keep information current and easily accessible.
  5. Informs members of the Board of Directors, committee chairs and others of newsletter deadlines. Assembles and edits the newsletter.
  6. Coordinates the timely printing and mailing of the newsletter.
  7. Works with Membership Committee to prepare an annual membership directory. The directory is prepared in time to be distributed at the Annual Conference.
  8. Works with the Annual Conference Committee to prepare the program for the Annual Conference. This may include solicitation of sponsors for the program.
  1. Sponsors educational programs to enhance the knowledge of the general public, students and organizations on the water environment.
  2. Maintains a supply of educational materials (provided by WEF or otherwise) and web sites that can be used by WEF members or secondary school educators to increase awareness on water environment topics, and to provide information on careers in the field.
  3. Maintains and publicizes a list of speakers that can be used as a resource for schools and other organizations interested in information on the water environment.
  4. Solicits NWEA member volunteers to judge high school science fair projects. The committee will acquire and present awards.
  5. Evaluates applications for and awards the Stockholm Junior Water Prize for NWEA.
  6. Works with community Engineering Week committees to prepare displays, school presentations, and other elements of public awareness regarding water environment issues.
  7. Develops a display that can be used in various types of meetings and conferences to increase public awareness and enhance the image of NWEA.
  8. Prepares statements and provides technical information for the news media on various water environment topics. Any statements reflecting the views of the NWEA or WEF should have review and approval of the Board prior to publication.
  9. Prepare an annual budget and goals of the committee

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