FOR THE NEXT GENERATION
PLAN Sac Valley is a dynamic and challenging one-on-one and group mentoring forum for personal and professional growth and development. The program matches planners (mentees) just starting their careers with established technical and policy planning professionals (mentors) that will share their invaluable knowledge and experience to help mentees:
The program curriculum addresses topics such as:
The 9-month PLAN program (October 2018 – June 2019) also integrates participants with other Sac Valley Section and YPG events, including the holiday party and the Section Awards Night.
Join the APA Sac Valley Section and YPG as we launch into the 8th year of the APA award-winning PLAN Sac Valley (Planning + Leadership + Advancement + Networking) mentoring program. PLAN Sac Valley is a dynamic and challenging one-on-one and group mentoring forum for personal and professional growth and development.
Receive Mentoring – Do you want to develop technical, leadership, and networking skills to advance your career? PLAN Sac Valley provides emerging planners, with less than 5 years of career experience, the exposure and a greater understanding of the tools and resources available to be a successful professional planner.
Be a Mentor – Have you always wanted give back and be a mentor to emerging professionals? PLAN Sac Valley is looking for established technical and planning policy professionals to volunteer as mentors and share their knowledge and experience.
View the 2018-19 Program Calendar At A Glance
The mission of PLAN Sac Valley is to provide the next generation of professional planners with a dynamic and challenging one-on-one and group mentoring forum for personal and professional growth and advancement. PLAN is dedicated to providing young planners new technical insight into planning and other related fields, professional development tips, leadership skills, networking strategies, exposure to community service, and so much more. Participants with PLAN Sac Valley gain a greater knowledge of the professional planning sphere and build an extended network of peers and mentors that serve as a priceless resource during and beyond the program experience.
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