We're always on the lookout for passionate individuals eager to contribute to sustainable urban development and inclusive community planning. If you don't see a current opening that aligns with your expertise, don't let that hold you back - share your resume with us! We invite professionals of all levels – whether you're just starting out, at mid-career, or a seasoned expert – get in touch by emailing us at Careers@CPplanning.ca.
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We deeply value the role of student research in enhancing our understanding of urban planning challenges and potential solutions. Our Founder and Executive Director, Cheryll Case, began her impactful journey with a research project during her undergraduate studies, leading to professional recognition and contributions to the field.
We are committed to fostering emerging leaders in urban planning. To this end, we're excited to share research questions that spark our interest but are beyond our current research capacity. These questions have not been fully vetted for feasibility, but we welcome any insights that students can provide, expanding our collective knowledge.
If you're a student engaged in research with at least two months of design and writing time, consider exploring these thought-provoking questions:
Should you decide to tackle these inquiries, please preserve your research and data files and reach out to us at Connect@CPplanning.ca. We're eager to learn from your findings. While we're exploring this student collaboration model and may not serve as direct advisors, we're open to providing feedback and sharing our expertise at a mid-point consultation.