CCTC establishes first WEF chapter in South Carolina

SUMTER, S.C. – Last week at the South Carolina Environmental Conference, Central Carolina Technical College was recognized for establishing the first Water Environment Federation (WEF) Student Chapter in South Carolina. There are currently seven members in the WEF Student Chapter at CCTC.

WEF’s Student Chapters are professional organizations for students with an interest in the environment or becoming more active in the water industry. Student Chapters provide an avenue for the exchange of information and ideas between students, academics and members of the Water Environment Federation.

(right to left): Water Environmental Federation President-Elect Jenny Hartfelder presents Department Chair of Environmental & Natural Resources Joshua Castleberry and Dean of Workforce Development & Continuing Education Elizabeth Williams with a certificate of recognition.


Central Carolina Technical College has been monitoring the weather and based on the Governor declaring a State of Emergency, all CCTC campuses are closed on Friday, Jan. 21, 2022 due to inclement weather. Further announcements will be available on social media and

Last Updated: Thursday, January 20th, 2022 at 12:51 PM

See Alert History
Scroll to Top of Page