top of page

The VERY UNofficial





Black and White Skyline

Latest Episode

Episode 37

Booked on Planning

We're taking a short break to let you know about a new planning podcast coming your way.  Booked on Planning is a podcast that goes deep into the planning books that have helped shape the world of community and regional planning.  Stephanie Rouse, AICP - Professional Development Office of the Nebraska APA and host of the upcoming podcast - joins to talk about how the podcast came to be, what it's all about, and how it can help out AICP hopefuls and planning veterans alike.




After preparing, studying for, and passing the exam in November of 2019, I realized there weren't a whole of FREE materials that helped provide some guidance through the certification process from start to finish.  I couldn't find much relating to the application process (mostly the criteria questions), and while there were some free materials available online, I found it hard to find the time to set aside to study.

And that's how this podcast was born.  It serves as a free resource for people to prepare for the AICP certification, from start to finish, all in an audio format that you can listen to while commuting to or from work (your first or second job), while doing chores, going for a run, taking care of family, or anything else.  Help with certification should be available to anyone, regardless of the financial ability to purchase study materials, or their ability to have the free time to study.

Enjoy the Podcast?

If you enjoy the podcast and believe in our mission to help bring a free resource for the planners of tomorrow so they can learn some material for the AICP exam, consider donating to help keep the website and podcast hosting services up and running.  Any contribution will help offset some of those costs so that this resource can stick around for the future AICP hopefuls.


Thank you so much!

Want to be a sponsor?

The VERY UNofficial AICP Study Guide Podcast was started as a free resource for planners studying for the AICP exam.  In order to keep it free, we rely heavily on donations, and have recently opened up the potential for sponsorships.

If you're interested in more information about sponsorships, send us an message and we'll get back to you with all the details. You get your brand in front of planners, and planners keep getting their AICP information regularly and free.  That's what we call a win-win.



Jonathan Miller, AICP, GISP

Executive Producer & Host

bottom of page