The American Planning Association is committed to providing
opportunities for all to achieve excellence in planning by fostering
equity, diversity, and inclusion in the organization and in the planning
profession. AICP scholarships help make the planning profession
more diverse and accessible to those with financial need. Diversity is
an inclusive concept which encompasses, but is not limited to race,
ethnicity, class, gender, age sexuality, ability, educational
attainment, spiritual beliefs, creed, culture, tribal affiliation,
nationality, immigration status,, political beliefs, and veteran status. Email CCAPA PDO Jeremy DeCarli for information.
CCAPA offers several exam preparation services to its members and others in the region. Learn more about these opportunities, including our annual classroom review and study materials available to Chapter members, as well as information on scholarships. Or, contact our Professional Development Officer (PDO) with specific questions.
You're certified. Now what? Find out more about requirements to maintain your certification, including how to access and report continuing education credits.
Learn more about the AICP College of Fellows, the highest honor that the American Institute of Certified Planners bestows on members.