Volunteer for UrbanPlan
UrbanPlan thrives due to the generosity and commitment of ULI San Francisco’s members and sponsors. Volunteering with Urban Plan is a great way to interact with students, share your subject matter expertise, and connect with fellow ULI members. More ULI members volunteer through UrbanPlan than any other ULI program. Volunteers make a huge impact in the classroom and have the flexibility to work around demands on their schedule.
Volunteer Training Requirement
Before serving as a classroom volunteer, members first participate in a required day long training session, where they are assigned roles on a development team and engage in a “lightning-round” version of the exercise. Once trained, you are encouraged to sign-up for opportunities to volunteer in the classroom, which range from 1 to 3 hours.
UrbanPlan volunteer training sessions are held 2-3 times per year and are typically scheduled at the start of each new semester. The next UrbanPlan trainings will be:
Friday, September 22nd, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, San Mateo, Sares Regis
Thursday, September 28th, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Downtown San Francisco, Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass LLP
Interested in Volunteering?
* ULI San Francisco’s Fall 2017 UrbanPlan training sessions are now full. To be considered for future trainings please submit an application below. Spring 2018 trainings will take place in late January of early February and will be officially announced later this Fall.
Applications for the upcoming sessions will be accepted on a rolling basis until August 25th. You can expect to hear back on your admittance to the training by August 31st. To be considered for upcoming training opportunities, please submit an application and your resume by 8/25 using the form linked here: Volunteer Application.
If you do not have a LinkedIn profile please send your resumer/cv to firstname.lastname@example.org and cc email@example.com for your application to be finalized.
Current UrbanPlan Volunteers – find the most current resources, curriculum and class schedules here.