Current Volunteer Opportunities
APPI Planning Awards Committee
APPI is seeking RPP members who are interested in in serving on the Planning Awards Committee whose primary responsibility is adjudicating the annual APPI Planning Awards that acknowledge meritorious plans and projects, undertaken in whole or in part by members of the Institute, that significantly contribute to the liveability of communities in Alberta, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
APPI is committed to equity and diversity in positions of influence and leadership within the Institute and welcomes responses to this call for volunteers from individuals who identify as First Nations, Inuit, Metis, LGBTQ2S+, persons with disabilities, women and other marginalized or disadvantaged groups. Members who practice and reside in rural communities are also encouraged to consider responding to this call for volunteers, as the adjudication process can be accommodated virtually.
The Institute recognizes and thanks Chris Dulaba, for his past-contribution as a member and Chair of the Awards Committee. APPI also appreciates the ongoing dedication and commitment of the current members of the 2021 Awards Committee: Kellie Lau, RPP, Alberta Municipal Government Board Edmonton - Chair of the Planning Awards, Dale Frietag, RPP, Lacombe County, and Claire Woodside, RPP, Stantec Calgary.
If you are interested in serving on the APPI Planning Awards Committee please submit a brief bio and expression of interest to the APPI office by 12:00 PM on Monday, March 15, via email to [email protected].
Join a Committee
For just a few hours a month, you can further APPI’s mission and vision serving as a member of one of our Committees. For more information, visit the Committees page, which lists the responsibilities and purposes of each one.
Help others on the Road to RPP
Would you like to help young professionals advance their career as an RPP? If you have been an RPP for 3 or more years, you qualify to volunteer as a Sponsor or Mentor to a Candidate Member. You may also volunteer to help evaluate applications of Candidates taking the Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) route. For more information, visit the Volunteer Information Section on the PSB Website.
Volunteer for Regional Events
Have some unique ideas or skills to help plan a professional networking event in your area? Let us know.
Our volunteers have many stories to tell. We choose to highlight an APPI volunteer in each issue of Plan NW. Read the story of our current featured volunteer, Scott Pragnell.