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Submit Your Job to APA-IL's Job Board


Submittal: Submit all job advertisement requests to the American Planning Association - Illinois Chapter by filling out the form at the link below.


Posting Fee:

  • APA-IL Members: $100

  • Non-members: $125

  • A discounted rate of $25 is offered for paid internships.

  • All unpaid positions are posted for free.


Fees include publication in our newsletter, job board webpage, and social media pages. Invoices are sent via PayPal after posting, from finance at The email address specified in the submittal form will receive the invoice.


Making Payment: Payment for job postings can be made online (see your invoice for a link) or via check. Please make checks payable to "American Planning Association - Illinois Chapter" and send to:


American Planning Association - Illinois Chapter
c/o NIU Center for Governmental Studies
148 N. 3rd St.
DeKalb, IL 60115


Late Fee: Effective May 1, 2019: A non-refundable late fee will be assessed to each outstanding invoice after nine weeks. Late fees are $25 for full-time positions and $5 for paid internships. The late fee will be added to the original outstanding invoice and an updated invoice will be sent to the customer.

Publication:  Website updates occur within 24-48 hours. Jobs posted to social media pages remain part of the respective pages but show a posting date along with a link to Ads may be edited for length, content, and arrangement.  Please notify the Webmaster at if your position has been filled prior to the removal deadline.



The link above will take you to a Qualtrics Form with an NIU domain. If you have issues with the form please email your advertisement to We are no longer using Google for job ads.

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