City planning aides help with city planning. They collect data for city planners.
• Read map, books, investigations and reports for a planning project.
• Do field visiting.
• Support planning team.
• Research and analyze data.
• Prepare and manage records and databases.
• Do interviews and Surveys.
• Handle mail and post public notices.
• Schedule meetings and appointments.
Where and When:
• They usually work indoors with the planning team but they often do field visiting.
• They work during normal business hours but may work evenings or weekends.
What or Who They Work With:
• City planners
• Drafting scales
Education and Training:
Master's or Bachelor's degree
Related School Subjects:
WE THE KIDS: THE PREAMBLE TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES by David Catrow
MY SENATOR AND ME: A DOG'S EYE VIEW OF WASHINGTON D.C. by Edward Kennedy
BEING A GOOD CITIZEN: A BOOK ABOUT CITIZENSHIP (WAY TO BE!) by Mary Small and Stacy Previn
WHAT'S A MAYOR? by Nancy Harris
RYHME: A PIG IN POLITICS by Will Maks
MADAM PRESIDENT: THE EXTRAORDINARY, TRUE (AND EVOLVING) STORY OF WOMEN IN POLITICS by Catherine Thimmesh
WORKING AT CITY HALL (21st Century Junior Library: Careers) by Lucoa Raatma