2019 Watershed Congress: Student Facilitator Application
The Watershed Congress Planning Committee is now accepting applications for Student Facilitators for our 2018 program.

Watershed Congress Information
The Watershed Congress advances the best available information and techniques for protecting and restoring watersheds. The focus on networking across disciplines means that Watershed Congress melds science, policy, and practical applications into one program. Every year, a growing and changing group of individuals attends the Congress to gain new knowledge, acquire tools, and practice techniques that will allow them to take active roles in the stewardship of their natural resources.

Every year, the Watershed Congress program includes a keynote panel discussion, concurrent session, poster and exhibits by watershed organizations, environmental consulting firms and government agencies.

Watershed Congress participants hail primarily from Pennsylvania, but New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland are regularly represented as well. New York and Virginia have occasionally been represented among our audience.
What is a Watershed Congress Student Facilitator?
During the Watershed Congress, concurrent sessions are presented in classrooms to small groups ranging from 20 to 40 participants. Concurrent sessions are led by Student Facilitators who help to keep the program running smoothly.

The Watershed Congress Planning Committee offers these roles first to college students in the region with the goal of introducing students to watershed issues, the Congress event, and encouraging them to consider becoming presenters in the future.

The Student Facilitator opportunity is not a paid position, but those selected will receive complimentary registration to the Watershed Congress. In addition, the Student Facilitator role allows opportunities for networking with professionals in the environmental field.
The application deadline for is 11:59 pm, Sunday, February 10, 2019.
Refundable Registration Deposit
Facilitators are given complimentary registration for the Watershed Congress. However, a $35 refundable registration deposit is required of students selected to serve as facilitators.

Students will be asked to submit a registration deposit of $35. Checks are the preferred form of payment and must be received by the Delaware Riverkeeper Network by Friday, March 1, 2019

Registration deposit fees will be refunded to student facilitators at the Watershed Congress. However, student facilitators who are no-shows are not eligible for a refund of the deposit.
View a session from the 2018 Watershed Congress.
Video from the 2013 through 2018 Watershed Congresses can be found online on the Delaware Riverkeeper Network's YouTube Channel, https://www.youtube.com/DelawareRiverkeeper/. See here the 2018 presentation: EnviroDIYSensor Stations for Monitoring and Education in The Delaware River Basin
Thank you for your interest in being a Student Facilitator at the 2019 Watershed Congress.
The 2019 Congress will be held Saturday, March 9th, at the Montgomery County Community College-West Campus in Pottstown, Pennsylvania.

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