FLIP Partner Toolkit
Thank you for helping us share the Future Leaders in Planning (FLIP) program with high school and college students in your area. This page includes resources your school or organization can use to help spread the word.
Become a Future Leader in Planning
The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) is hosting a virtual Future Leaders in Planning (FLIP) program for high school and college students. The Virtual FLIP Summer Series will meet on Thursdays, from July 16-August 6, and cover topics related to the impacts of planning during COVID-19, water resource management, inequalities in urban planning, and urban street festivals.
We are currently seeking high school and college students for this free leadership development program. This is an exciting opportunity to explore the many ways urban planning affects our lives, meet other students with similar interests, and to learn how to make a difference. Interested students can register here. Registration is open until June 30.
- Today’s students will be leading our region in 2050. Register for #FLIP2020 to help CMAP plan the future. cmap.is/FLIP2020
- Are you a ready to tackle the big issues impacting your community? Learn how you can be part of improving the region in our Virtual FLIP Summer Series. Register today at cmap.is/FLIP2020 #FLIP2020
- Do you know a high school or college student who is passionate about issues impacting their community? Encourage them to register for CMAP’s Virtual FLIP Summer Series! Learn more and register today at cmap.is/FLIP2020 #FLIP2020
- How do you want to shape the future of your neighborhood? City? Region? CMAP invites high school and college students to register for the Virtual FLIP Summer Series! Learn more and register today at cmap.is/FLIP2020 #FLIP2020
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- Session 1: Planning for urban street festivals (square | horizontal)
- Session 2: Planning amid COVID-19 (square | horizontal)
- Session 3: The truth about drinking water (square | horizontal)
- Session 4: How urban planning addresses inequalities in communities (square | horizontal)