OAPA needs members with a variety of skills and experience to serve on upcoming CAPP projects. Volunteers will be selected based on the expertise required to address each community’s needs. CAPP teams typically have 4-6 planning volunteers, including an assigned leader who will be responsible for assembling the team, organizing the work, and coordinating with the host/client community. To be considered, interested candidates must complete the Volunteer Form and submit a resume.

Each CAPP project will generally take a few months to organize and complete. Volunteer team members should expect to spend 20-40 hours with the team preparing for and actively participating in a CAPP project. CAPP volunteers agree to offer their time and expertise pro bono and OAPA or the client community will cover travel and other incidental expenses.

Complete the CAPP Volunteer Form

AICP CM Credits for Pro Bono Planning Service

Pro bono planning service is an option with self-reported CM credits. More details are available on the CM Credit for Pro Bono Planning Service page in the AICP section of the APA website.

For More Information

Contact Deb Meihoff for more information on OAPA's Community Assistance Planning Program.