Become a Member of WAMOA!
An organization of educational facilities maintenance professionals in Washington State.
To promote diversity and foster the highest degree of professionalism in its members engaged in the management of maintenance and operations in educational facilities; to enhance the professional competence of members through education.
Thank you for wanting to be a part of WAMOA! There are two ways that you are able to register:
• Register Online
• Download the Membership Application and mail it to PO Box 1955, Deer Park, WA 9906
WAMOA holds a three day, statewide Conference every October. The conference offers workshops focused on management skills and techniques.
Throughout the year, WAMOA sponsors workshop training opportunities designed for the school district maintenance professional.
WAMOA hosts the largest School Maintenance Trade Show in the state. Hundreds of Vendors from companies both small and large are available to present solutions to school facilities administrators. Vendor-sponsored workshops and demonstrations provide a great opportunity to learn what is new in the marketplace.
Quarterly Newsletter / Magazine
WAMOA publishes a quarterly news magazine that focuses on timely maintenance issues, changing regulatory requirements, and upcoming meetings and events.
WAMOA offers a professional certification program for school facilities personnel. This certification is through a board comprised of the Washington Association of School Business Officials, the Washington Association of School Administrators and the Washington State School Directors' Association
WAMOA's Annual Membership Directory contains the names of all members and vendors. Designed to be a networking tool, it cross references members by school district and name, listing titles, fax numbers, and e-mail addresses. A resource section provides contact information for various agencies. Vendors may advertise near their listing in the Vendor section.
WAMOA is affiliated with and is a part of the National School Plant Management Association.
WAMOA website features services and information, providing members with yet another networking tool.
WAMOA's nine regions are consistent with the boundaries of the state's Educational Service Districts. (ESDs) The regions meet monthly, allowing members to focus on matters of local importance.