Calling all Volunteers! PMBOK(R) Guide--Seventh Edition Development & Review Team Members

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Want to get involved? Apply now to participate in the development of the PMBOK® Guide—Seventh Edition.  We are now looking for volunteers to be part of both the Development Team and Review Team for the latest edition. This opportunity is open to potential volunteers until 19 July 2019. Check out VRMS to review this amazing opportunity! https://vrms.pmi.org/OpportunityView/OpportunityView/?opId=24520&volunteerView=true

Posted by Kimberly Whitby on: June 25, 2019 02:12 PM | Permalink

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Kimberly, This is a great opportunity. However, the volunteer opportunity does not differentiate between Development Team Member and Review Team Member. How can we apply for either or ?

Hello Rami - you are correct, the opportunity does not differentiate because our Standards team is acquiring volunteers for both opportunities via the same list of applicants. However, if you would like to just be considered for one (development or review) please reach to Kristin Vitello at Kristin.Vitello@pmi.org, and she will note your request. Hope this was helpful!

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