EPG AICP prep workshops are coming up! Thursdays at 6pm below in CBEIS, Room 108 – rsvp to Jasmine Forbes and Wendy McGee-Preti so we have a headcount for each date email@example.com
– September 12
What classes are you taking for which you’ll want some extra software how-to know-how? We will want to find at least 2 speakers so we can do 2 Software Superstar Passport workshops each semester. We can offer $50 per speaker for a weekend or weeknight workshop.
“Photoshop” for land use maps?
GIS for census analysis or map making?
Online People Surveys and Newsletter Platforms for Data Collection?
Microsoft Excel or Access for Data Collection?
Other? Tell us!
2. Next happy hours with Emerging Planners Group
Let’s do happy hours – are certain days of the week better for you?
‘Welcome back’ happy hour early Sept. 13? Too soon?
College Park tbd
Salisbury U. non-alcoholic happy hour in Salisbury (Undergraduates) also in Sept – tbd
Two happy hours across the state on the same day Sun-Mon Oct 6-7:
Doors Open Baltimore
APA Maryland Conference in Rocky Gap
3. What’s good to host at the new AIA/BAF Center for Architecture and Design when it opens in Spring?
Welcome back! The School of Architecture and Planning is hosting a CREP Grad Meet and Greet in the CBEIS atrium on Thursday, August 29 from 5:30-6 pm.
MAPS has some cool things in the mix! We’ll have quick sheets for the upcoming EPG AICP prep workshops, polls for what speakers we’ll want for the Software Superstar Passport workshops, and when is good to do some happy hours!
Happy summertime! As the APA Maryland Chapter’s Emerging Planners Group begins to map out its next two years, in anticipation of the Chapter’s upcoming lease with the AIA/BAF Center for Architecture and Design at 1 Charles Center…
Want a job in the Planning field? Finesse your Planning chops! You’ve got a stake in TOD!
Planners’ Professional Development Institute, hosted by MAPS and APA MD- Thu, April 25, 2019 6 PM – 9 PM. Get AICP CM credit! RSVP on Eventbrite (Free)
The event will focus on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) with a keynote by Amtrak’s Terrance Hancock to invite student feedback on Baltimore’s Penn Station Redevelopment, followed by a lively and diverse panel. The panel will introduce Planning students to career professionals and current-day development projects, concepts and models.
Minutes from the March 8th quarterly meetings are now available. If you’re interested in getting more involved in MAPS, please contact Mr. Justin Fair. In addition, students are excited to visit the National Building Museum on Sunday, March 24, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.