APA invites you to sharpen your skills at conferences, workshops, lectures, and symposiums. Find all the big planning events here.
Two Online Calendars of Events
This calendar gathers together all APA-sponsored events: workshops, lectures, conferences, and other education activities.
AICP members: Search this online calendar for Certification Maintenance education opportunities, and log your credits.
APA's annual event focuses on what planners can expect from Washington, culminating in Planners' Day on Capitol Hill.
AICP sponsors regular symposiums on a variety of topics vital to practicing planners.
Join APA in Chicago and in Washington, D.C., each month for this free after-work lecture and discussion series.
APA and the National Building Museum present this annual lecture to draw attention to critical issues in U.S. city and regional planning.
The nation's premier planning event brings together more than 5,000 planners each year for sessions, workshops, and networking.
These web-based sessions present experts who offer insights on current issues facing communities across the country.
PTS workshops bring you the latest intelligence from leading planning researchers and practitioners.
The Daniel Burnham Forum on Big Ideas is a series of discussions on concepts and trends that will shape America during the next 50 years.