APA divisions are a reflection of you. Are you looking for a community of professionals with opportunities to lead, affect policy, develop professionally, and stay up to date?
APA divisions produce newsletters and special publications, develop conference sessions, collaborate with related organizations, and contribute to policy work.
Where do you see yourself? Do you see yourself in a leadership role? Taking the next step in your career? Advancing ideas that matter? Then you should see yourself in an APA division. Our divisions are communities of professionals with shared interests. They give their members opportunities to discuss ideas, contribute to national policy work, develop conference sessions, build partnerships, and more.
Find out which APA division is a reflection of you. See the list of divisions below or click on the See Yourself brochure icon for more information and complete the application on the last page to join one or more APA division.
On the Radar: Emerging Issues
Planning challenges must be approached from a variety of perspectives. Four areas have emerged as opportunities for divisions to collaborate and share their expertise with members and the public alike — planning for dynamic populations, food system planning, aging and livable communities, and airports in the region (AIR).
Visit On the Radar to learn more.
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