Attending NPC17? There are plenty of sessions to learn about AICP, from studying for the exam to discussing career advancement opportunities.
Are you currently enrolled in a PAB program or a recent graduate?
On Sunday at 11:30 a.m. in the Exhibit Hall, attend an info session about the AICP Candidate Pilot program presented by AICP Commissioners. Stop by the APA Pavilion at any time to learn more.
Interested in becoming AICP?
Engage recent AICP members at the Becoming AICP facilitated discussion. Attendee participation in the discussion is encouraged.
Planning to take the exam?
We have you covered at the AICP Exam Prep Workshop on Sunday afternoon. The nearly three-hour session covers the application process and new exam outline.
Did you recently become AICP and Find Yourself Eager to learn more about the value it adds to the planning profession?
On Sunday morning, discuss the importance of AICP with Professional Development Officers at the Now that You're AICP discussion. Agenda topics include certification maintenance and ethics requirements. Attendee participation in the discussion is encouraged.
Want to learn about giving back to the profession through volunteering?
Attend one of two sessions about the Community Planning Assistance Team program: a recap of the CPAT in Belize City, Belize and a session with team leaders from four different CPAT projects.
Finally, join a discussion with APA members about Progressing in Your Planning Career, a great opportunity to begin the process of taking all of the knowledge gained and put it into practice when you return to your community.
Contact AICP@planning.org with questions.
Top image: National Planning Conference attendees. Photo by Joe Szurszewski.