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COVID-19 EXTREME HARDSHIP CM EXEMPTION AVAILABLE TO MEMBERS IN THE 2018-19 GRACE PERIOD
MEMBERS WHO QUALIFY WILL RECEIVE A FOUR CREDIT REDUCTION OF THEIR GENERAL CREDITS (1.5 LAW AND 1.5 ETHICS ARE STILL REQUIRED)
Factors that may determine extreme hardship related to COVID-19 may include the inability to pay basic and reasonable living expenses, homelessness, death of an immediate family member, or a physical or mental health situation that affects the member or an immediate family member for whom the member is the immediate care giver. To apply and/or learn more, go to https://www.apacalifornia.org/news/covid-19-extreme-hardship-cm-exemption-available-to-members-in-the-2018-19-grace-period/
New Prep Program and Scholarships to help APA Central Section Members prepare for the AICP Certification Exam!!
Prepare for your AICP exam remotely - and even get help paying for it! Click Here to access on-demand training, application assistance and scholarships to help Central Section APA members prepare for the AICP Certification Exam.
Short on funds to take the AICP exam? The Central Section is offering two AICP scholarships. Scholarships will be awarded on a “first-come, first-serve” basis. Click Here to learn more.
Questions? Contact Carolina Ilic, APA CA Central Section Professional Development Officer, at 619-621-1499, or via email at email@example.com
Fresno State Offers New City and Regional Planning Degree
Fall Semester - 2017
Fresno State students can now earn a degree in city and regional planning. The Bachelor of Science degree program, effective in the fall 2017 semester, is the only such planning program in the Central Valley.
The new program, which replaces an option within the geography major that has been offered since 2014, will require completion of 120 units (including 42 units in major requirements).