Water Education for Teachers

Project WET LogoProject WET

Project WET (Water Education Today) is an international, award-winning nonprofit that publishes activities and provides training workshops for K-12 educators. The program promotes awareness, appreciation, knowledge and stewardship of water resources through its classroom-ready teaching aids. The Water Education Foundation is the coordinator for Project WET in California.

Virtual Project WET Workshop

Hands-On Water Education in an Online World

We typically sponsor an in-person training once a year in November. In lieu of in-person training, for the last couple years we've taken our workshop into the virtual world. This free, online workshop is part at home at your own pace and part ‘live’ online experience engaging you in Project WET activities in both the digital and physical realms. You’ll also experience a variety of digital learning tools and techniques and learn about Project WET activity connections to current education standards. All attendees will receive a free copy of Project WET Guide 2.0 with access to over 110 water education activities and detailed NGSS correlations upon completion of the workshop, plus an opportunity to register for CEU credit. 

Interested in future workshops?

Contact Justin Fivella, CCWD Education Coordinator, at 925-688-8307 or jfivella@ccwater.com.

Watch the video below of our 2019 in-person workshop with local teachers.