CRP Student elected Student Representative with American Planning Association

September 10, 2019

Sean Scoopmire, City and Regional Planning student

Congratulations! Sean Scoopmire was elected to serve as Region 2 Student Representative Council with American Planning Association to begin term of office in January 2020. A Council of APA Student Representatives develops advice to the APA Board of Directors on services to students and on the evolving character of the profession.

Sean is a second year student in City and Regional Planning with Clemson University. “I’m really excited about my election to the APA’s Student Representatives Council because I want to help contribute to the planning profession. Through attending the SCAPA Conference last fall and the APA’s National Planning Conference last spring, I’ve been so impressed with planners’ willingness to share their time and experience to make our cities better” stated Sean Scoopmire.

American Planning Association (APA) is a not-for-profit educational organization that advances planning through leadership in education, research, advocacy, and ethical practice. Within the APA is the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) that is responsible for the national certification of professional planners.
APA has 45,000 members from over 100 countries with 47 chapters throughout the US.

For more information, access American Planning Association South Carolina Chapter

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