Further Your Project Management Education Through Social Good
As a practitioner, you are no doubt committed to continuing your project management education in both formal and informal ways. But did you know that PMI’s philanthropic arm, the PMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF), also focuses on project management education? However, PMIEF’s focus is from the perspective of leveraging project management for social good®.
Find out some of the ways you can leverage PMIEF resources and programs for your personal use—or to give back in your community.
Volunteer to lead a training for youth or a nonprofit organization
- No-cost learning resources for youth: Bringing project management to kids helps them develop valuable life skills like communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking. Project managers have skills and knowledge at the professional level, but what’s the right amount of project management knowledge to share with a 9-year old scout group that needs some help planning an event? Or with a secondary school student looking to plan out their college application project? What about the right amount of information to share on career day to help students understand a day in the life of a project manager? Leverage one of PMIEF’s no-cost resources to volunteer your time to deliver a training to benefit a child in your life.
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