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The Road to FAICP - Shared screen with speaker view
Tanya Stern
53:44
Years of experience as AICP does not always correlate with years of experience as a professional planner. I have around 18 years experience as planner and in senior management but got my AICP only 3 years ago. How does this affect eligibility?
Michelle Stephens, Bang the Table
59:53
Can the letters of reference be older? (i.e. more than a few months old? 10+ years?)
Michelle Stephens, Bang the Table
01:00:23
Are Chapters limited on how many nominations they can make (other than their resource limitations)?
Lisa Colmenares
01:00:26
Can you have more than one area of expertise? the 15+ professional and 8+teaching mentoring... plus community service
Michelle Stephens, Bang the Table
01:00:56
If we believe a member we should be on the list, but wasn't who should we connect with?
Lisa Colmenares
01:02:07
Can you recommend who should write the letters? Should it be agency heads? Fellow AICP members? Community?
Keren Costanzo
01:06:58
Is there an discussion around changing the FAICP requirements to address the disparities in membership and applicants?
Collette Morse
01:08:52
How many women have or are presently serving on the FAICP selection committee?
Deb Meihoff
01:08:53
It looks like the use of categories has changed for 2022- “career areas will now serve as a resource to nominees rather than required”. What does this mean for evaluation criteria?
Dawn Warrick
01:09:12
If you are not selected is there a waiting period before you can resubmit your application?
Jenn Goldson
01:11:23
I’d love to hear about any tangible benefits of being FAICP. I’m mor inclined to do good work and make a difference than spend time and social capital getting recognition
Vanitha M.
01:15:34
Is there a rule to cap the number of FAICPs nominated every couple of years?
Corrie Parrish
01:18:10
What advice do you have for those who don’t get in? That would be really disappointing given the amount of work
Jennifer Henaghan
01:20:39
What chance does a municipal planner have of being selected? The criteria seem geared toward consultants and academics who work regionally/nationally than most planners whose impact is highly local.
Sarah Fox
01:21:11
Jennifer, I share that same question.
Shai Roos
01:22:54
who can write the letters? does it have to be FAICPs or planners
Luis Nieves-Ruiz
01:24:11
I have done a lot of community work through the years. Should I target the directors of these organizations?
Robin Scholetzky
01:27:12
Would like to hear the efforts of the other Divisions as well if they are known by the PW
Jeff Ray
01:30:08
As the Nebraska Chapter President, we are trying to encourage more woman applicants (and men), but as a small chapter we only have two FAICP members. Any suggestions, on women mentors or letters of support authors?
Jennifer Cowley, FAICP
01:31:32
Jeff if you have someone you want to nominate from the Nebraska chapter that is a professor I'd be happy to serve as a mentor.
Jeff Ray
01:35:43
Thanks, Jennifer. Unfortunately, they are public and private sector planners.
Silvia Vargas, FAICP, LEED AP
01:36:04
Are they members of divisions?
Heather Urwiller
01:36:35
I appreciate the quality of this webinar. I am aspiring to the FAICP. I got some many tips and tricks today. Thank you Jennifer and Siliva sharing your experiences.
Shai Roos
01:36:45
is it recommended to wait until a few years after 15 years as AICP?
Victoria Mason-Ailey
01:36:54
How did you approach your 100 word statement?
irayda ruiz
01:37:06
Thank you for such a great event. Can we get a copy of presentation?
Geraldine Poor
01:37:11
Is there a formal feedback loop from the committee to help guide future applications if not selected?
Heather Lamboy
01:37:18
Thank you for this opportunity for learn about the process as well as get helpful tips. This was wonderful!
Melissa Zornitta
01:37:22
Thank you for putting this together. Very helpful!
Sue Peerson
01:37:29
Thank you. This is extremely helpful. Looking forward to learn the responses to the great questions in this chat.
Shai Roos
01:37:33
thanks Jennifer and Silvia
Katherine Keough-Jurs
01:38:03
Thanks you for putting this together, and thank you for your advice, Jennifer and Silvia!
Victoria Mason-Ailey
01:38:11
Many thanks for sharing your thoughts and experiences!
Emily Goellner
01:38:13
Thank you!!!
Lisa Colmenares
01:38:14
Thank you !
Philip Harris
01:38:24
Thank You!
Marguerite Koehler
01:38:24
Thanks! this was great
Kim Prillhart, AICP
01:38:26
Appreciate all of the great information!