All students are considered for a graduate assistantship when they enroll in the Bioregional Planning and Community Design program. There are many opportunities for students to get involved in assistantships that interest them, from web design, research, and program recruiting, to proactively working within Idaho communities.
Activities and Hands-On Experience
The University of Idaho is involved with the Center for Effective Planning and Governance(CEPG) and Learning & Practice Collaborative(LPC). As a student in our program, you'll contribute to this process. You'll gain valuable hands-on experience working with fellow students and faculty. You will help shape educational materials and workshops that give community leaders and professionals the knowledge to guide Idaho's surging population growth.