Urban Planning Career Resources
The Urban Planning Program and GSAPP offer career development resources to students including resume reviews, lunchtime lecture series, an annual speed networking event, and employer information sessions.
Post a Job:
Share freelance, full-time, part-time, and volunteer positions with us to be posted in our Weekly Student Newsletter
You do not have to be located in the New York area to post a job with us. Our weekly email is accessible to students and alumni all over the world!
Participate in our Employer Information Sessions:
Employer Information Sessions are a great opportunity to educate current Urban Planning students about your organization and share potential job opportunities. These sessions can be held Monday through Friday as a morning session from 8:30-10am or in the evening from 5:30-7pm.
If you are interested in providing an Employer Information Session about your organization, contact Charlotte Egerton.
Interested in getting involved?
- Contact Charlotte Egerton, Communications Coordinator, to learn how to get involved with our career lunchtime lecture series or annual speed networking event.
- You can also contact the Alumni and Development Office for more information.
Connect with other Alumni:
- Use Columbia's Alumni Directory to search for other Urban Planning and GSAPP Alums
- Join other Urban Planning Alumni on LinkedIn
General Urban Planning
American Planning Association
Note: Many APA chapters websites post local job listings.
Planetizen – Urban Planning Newsletter
Cyburbia – Urban Planning Portal
Planning Jobs Links – Private Sector Jobs for Planners
Government and Public Policy
Local Government Jobs
General Government Jobs
Public Policy Jobs
Economic Development Jobs
Downtown Renewal Jobs
Non-Profit, Environmental, Social Services and Affordable Housing
Community Career Center
Environmental Jobs via EcoEmploy and Waterwire
Idealist: Nonprofit Jobs
Affordable Housing Jobs via Fair Housing and NHI
Regional Transportation Planning
Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals
Design and GIS
Association of Community Design
Utilize Columbia University's Career Education resources for masters students: