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AICP – CM Cycle and Opportunities

Please note that the grace period for the 2013/2014 CM reporting cycle ends on April 30, 2015.  All planners who are within that reporting cycle must meet their CM requirements of 32 overall credits, including at least 1.5 for law and 1.5 for ethics, by that date or their AICP will lapse.  To view your   

Planetizen AICP CTP Exam Preparation Class

Are you ready to take the AICP* Certified Transportation Planner exam? 2 hours of video training Summary information about each topic The only available online CTP preparation class First time available for May 2015 exam Price: $495Reduced to $245 during 2015 BETA release! More Information *AICP is a registered trademark of the American Planning Association   

Call for Sessions, 2015 APA Northeast Conference

Northeast Region is pleased to announce  that session proposals are now being accepted for the 2015 American Planning Association Northeast Regional Conference in Saratoga Springs, New York! The Getting Ahead of the Future Conference represents a great opportunity to explore breaking trends and acquire the necessary skills required for the “future planner”. Session proposal deadline   

County Planning News, Winter Issue

This issue includes information on the 2015 APA National Conference in Seattle and an introduction to the County Innovation Network (COIN), a social business network that connects County Planners with colleagues and others in local government. Also check out the information on the upcoming free webinars. We are always looking for articles for future issues.    

Planning Jobs with the State

Are you interested in working for the State of Pennsylvania? The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania anticipates having several job openings in the near future related to community and environmental planning. If you’d like to be considered for these positions, you must first complete the necessary Civil Service requirements. Please visit the Civil Service website and complete   

PA Chapter of APA 2014 Annual Award Winners

The Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association (PA Chapter of APA) held its Annual Awards Luncheon in Philadelphia, PA where 500 attendees celebrated the esteemed award winners of this year’s highly competitive program. The following individuals and organizations were honored for their excellent contributions to planning in Pennsylvania.  Congratulations! The following awards were given:   

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