Updated: Jan 2
Female planners only comprise of 22% of the FAICP College of Fellows membership within APA. While there is a gradual increase in the number of female nominations and inductees throughout recent years, the current gender disparity of membership is alarming. The AICP College of Fellows program, which began in 1998 to “recognize planners whose career exhibits excellence,” is regarded as the highest honor the AICP bestows upon a member. Join the APA Women & Planning Division for a lively discussion highlighting the importance of supporting, amplifying, and inducting more influential women planners into the FAICP class. A panel of distinguished women planners will discuss the importance of FAICP, the rigorous nominations process, the importance of nominating women, will share their own experiences in creating submissions as well as what the experience was like to be inducted into the College of Fellows. Panelists will provide key insights to strong nominations, when in your career to consider applying and the importance of telling a strong story in the nominations application.
This FREE webinar is hosted by APA's Women and Planning Division and is part of the American Planning Association (APA) Chapter Webcast Series.
Fri, Mar 1, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM CST
The APA-IL is a member of the of the Planning Webcast Consortium which consists of APA Chapters and Divisions that produce educational webinars for the urban planning community. Members of the Consortium may view any of the webcasts for FREE! Planners that need to maintain their professional certification (AICP) may also receive professional development credits when viewing the webinars live.
The American Planning Association - Ohio Chapter generously administers the Consortium and the schedule of webinars can be viewed on their website. Be sure to check the schedule periodically since webinars are announced throughout the year. Illinois planning officials are always welcome to register! Can't watch the live webinar? No problem! Recordings of past webinars are available via the Consortium's You Tube Channel at www.youtube.com/planningwebcast. Pdf's of past presentations can also be found on the Ohio Chapter webpage.