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The Sanitation Districts provide several education programs for schools, community organizations, and others. All programs are free and available to the communities we serve. Browse through this area of the website to learn more about these programs, play fun and educational games, and read our interesting facts!
The Bixby Marshland, a 17-acre marsh, located to the northwest of the Joint Water Pollution Control Plant (JWPCP) near the intersection of Figueroa Street and Sepulveda Boulevard in the City of Carson, has recently been restored by the Sanitation Districts.
The Sanitation Districts offer many free programs to elementary, middle, and high school students in our service area.
The Sanitation Districts' produce a number of brochures that highlight our facilities, programs, and services.
STUDENT ENGINEER PROGRAM
The Sanitation Districts' Student Engineer Program allows engineering students to gain valuable experience working with Sanitation Districts' engineers in areas such as: research, air and water quality monitoring, design, geotechnical engineering, hydrogeology, planning, construction, operations, industrial waste, and financial management.
CEE UNDERGRADUATE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
The program provides fellowships of $2,000 to $5,000 per year for two to five undergraduate students at each participating university.
MASTERS FUNDING PROGRAM
Designed to encourage students to obtain a Master's Degree, Environmental Engineers of the Future offers funding for students attending one of 67 outstanding universities in the U.S., in return for a two-year employment commitment.
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