Canadian Institue Of Planners

Shaping our Communities
Sustaining Canada's Future.

Ottawa, Ontario


Volunteer Opportunities

Are you interested in building your network of professionals, strengthening your leadership skills, and implementing new ideas within the planning community? If so, CIP has some incredible opportunities for you.

Members interested in submitting their names for the vacant positions should fill out the online volunteer application form by the posted deadline.


Position Descriptions and Terms of References are available in English only.

The operational language of the CIP committees is English.

CIP celebrates and promotes diversity, equality, and inclusion by offering equal volunteer opportunities to all qualified individuals without regard to race, colour, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or appearance. CIP believes that having volunteers who reflect the diversity of our membership and the Canadian population, makes us stronger.

 

Update your Skills and Specialties for Volunteer Opportunities

Remember to keep your CIP member profile current throughout the year by logging into My Profile and updating your specialties and skills. Volunteer opportunities are based on what is noted by members on their profile and allow CIP to offer members interest/ expertise specific opportunities. As always, your privacy is of the utmost importance to us at CIP, unless you have indicated your preferences under your profile, your peers cannot view your name and information. If you would like to have your contact information reflected in member searches as a networking tool, please ensure that you specify this preference.

If you are interested in being a mentor or sponsor, please contact your Provincial and Territorial Institute and Associations (PTIA) for more information.

Posting Date Volunteer Opportunity Description Deadline Link
05/10/2022 Prior Learning Assessment Recognition (PLAR) Volunteers

 

Are you looking for a way to give back to the planning profession? The Professional Standards Board for the Planning Profession in Canada (PSB) is looking to recruit Prior Learning Assessment Recognition (PLAR) volunteers to help evaluate PLAR applications for their eligibility to enter the PSB’s certification process.

PLAR assessors must be a full (certified) member of a Provincial and Territorial Institute or Association (PTIA) and an RPP or LPP in good standing for at least 7 years. PLAR assessors do receive an honorarium for their time.

If you are interested in becoming a PLAR assessor, please contact Larissa Johnston, PSB Executive Director, at executivedirector@psb-planningcanada.ca and include a copy of your CV/resume.  
  Contact PSB