American Planning Association (APA) Student Southern AZ Chapter
University of Arizona APA Leadership
APA Arizona Chapter, Southern Section, Student Representative - Brian Sabri email@example.com
APA Arizona Chapter, Board of Directors, UA Student Director - Ben Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
APA Student Representatives Council (SRC) Student Representative - Domenic Martinelli email@example.com
APA Arizona Chapter, UA Faculty Representative - Ladd Keith; firstname.lastname@example.org
APA Arizona Chapter, UA Faculty Representative - Lauri Macmillan Johnson; email@example.com
Past Student Director: 2015 Adam Call
Get started in APA's Early Career Program
APA student members are full participants in our worldwide community of planners and others committed to making great places to live, work, and play. Students benefit from networking that connects them to the world of frontline planning, top professional publications, student-focused programs that complement academic studies, expert career guidance, and much more.
Learn more about APA's Early Career Program.
Connect to peers and pros
APA membership fosters connections among planning's emerging professionals: students, recent graduates, and others just starting their planning careers.
APA-registered Planning Student Organizations strengthen students' connection to their local chapter and foster relationships among planning students on campus.
Chapter-based Young Planners Groups sponsor social, outreach, and educational events where emerging professionals network with each other and with more experienced planners.
Opportunities for leadership
APA's Student Representatives Council promotes student participation in APA and represents students' interests within the organization. Each APA-registered PSO elects or appoints a representative to the SRC who keeps classmates and faculty up to date on APA activities and programs.
One PSO representative from one of APA's six electoral regions is elected to serve on the SRC Executive Committee. Running for one of these regional positions is a sure way to make professional connections and learn key leadership skills.
Scholarships and awards
APA awards two scholarships to student members each year: the Charles Abrams Scholarship and the Judith McManus Price Scholarship. The application deadline for both is April 30.
How to join the Early Career Program
For students in many planning programs the first year in the Early Career Program is absolutely free! Enrollment for those students is managed by the school's APA program administrator.
Learn more and find out which schools participate in APA's free student membership program.