The Water Tower serves all of its stakeholders from water industry personnel to the general public to policy makers. We recognize that by engaging the customer/public with timely, accurate, and actionable information, these important stakeholders can be brought into the overarching policy discussions while utilities improve their overall transparency. This starts with the development of a platform, or ecosystem, where the public can learn about water and their role in its management, as well as gaining an understanding of the technological and financial considerations that go into delivering a high-quality product.
The Water Tower will offer specific engagement opportunities with water-related experts from around the world and right here in Gwinnett, STEAM-related workshops and camps, and space for the public to see research and technology demonstrations in practice.
The Water Tower developed water science videos with experts across the U.S. to provide teachers with educational material for their digital learning days. View the videos on The Water Tower's YouTube channel.
The Water Tower attends local job fairs and hosts job shadowing events to foster interest in water industry careers for students in middle school, high school, and beyond. Learn more.
Each year, The Water Tower collaborates with the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology teachers and students for a water engineering design competition. Learn more about this year's competition.
The Water Tower regularly provides members of the public with interactive tours of the world renowned F. Wayne Hill Water Resources Center in Gwinnett County.
Every other month The Water Tower hosts a virtual book club, featuring a water-related book. The author joins us live to talk about their book and answer our questions. Learn more.
Each quarter, The Water Tower hosts a "Women, Water, & Wine" (W3) networking event for local women in the water industry to connect and expand their networks.