A benefit of locating the Water Action Volunteers program on a college campus is that students of all majors can join our program and gain insight into potential careers. The UW–Whitewater Sustainability Office student volunteers are a perfect example of this opportunity. With stream monitoring sites located near the campus, Wesley Enterline, Sustainability Office Coordinator, has provided countless opportunities for students to be involved in monitoring three streams since 2013. In 2018, students Max Grueneberg and John Roberts completed training and and led three volunteer sessions a month from April through October, introducing 30 new students to stream monitoring. Max noted that not only was their goal to teach volunteers to monitor the stream, but also to "realize the importance of their work." By participating, students are not only learning about and helping Wisconsin's streams and rivers, but they are also engaging with the community through field trips and summer camps for Whitewater Middle School students.