Planning Jobs and Internships
Each year the Planning Program places about 40 graduate planning students in part-time, generally paid work with local planning offices, consulting firms, state agencies, and non-profit organizations. Also the program annually places about a dozen undergraduate planning students on unpaid internships, usually with non-profit and community organizations. Added to the impact of over a hundred alumni working in planning related jobs in the Capital Region, the program is beginning to play a significant role in land-use planning, local economic development and community revitalization in the region.
School, college, division or unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department or subunit: Department of Geography and Planning