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All NYC Planning Schools Virtual Open House

Thu, Nov 9, 2023    4pm

Attend the All NYC Planning Schools Virtual Open House to learn more about a career shaping cities with MSUP Director Weiping Wu and GSAPP alumna Emily Junker (MSUP ‘20), alongside a panel of peers.

Join us for the first-ever open house bringing together all eight planning programs in the New York City region. We’ll hear from inspiring alumni about what a planning degree allowed them to do in their careers and from program directors about what makes their programs unique. Start your search here, then attend a future program-specific information session to get more details.

Are you passionate about making cities more livable, equitable, and sustainable? Do you want to be a part of creating thriving places that are healthy for people of all generations and backgrounds? Do you want to help decarbonize cities and help them adapt to a changing climate? Are you concerned about congestion, gentrification, and displacement; the lack of affordable housing; and creating fairer processes of deciding what is built, where, and for whom?

Then you should consider a career in urban planning, a unique field that brings together policy, design, economics, environment, and social processes! Planning students learn about how and why cities look and work the way they do, the different policies and strategies to shape and transform cities, and skills like GIS, design software, economic modeling, and facilitation. Start or build on your career in local, state, or federal government agencies, in the private sector, or with non-government agencies helping communities within the U.S. or abroad.

Hosted by Cornell AAP, please register in advance to participate.