PMI Educational Foundation Awards –Don’t Miss This Opportunity
Do you know a student with a bright future in project management? This is your chance to help them shine in 2018.
The James R. Snyder International Student Paper of the Year Award and Donald S. Barrie Award are two valuable accolades that can help students shape their future. The deadline is: February 15, 2018. Benefits include:
Honor and recognize your peers through nominations for PMI Academic Awards. The call for nominations closes on 1 March 2018, and includes:
PMI Professional Awards
Honor the best in project management when you nominate someone for one of these prestigious awards and have them recognized at PMI® Global Conference or PMO Symposium. Deadline is 1 March 2018.
WHAT: A global day of giving
WHEN: 28 November 2017
WHERE: Everywhere. Organizations all over the world participate
HOW: Online at https://pmief.org/campaigns/2017-giving-tuesday
On this global day of giving, we are grateful for people like you who choose to support our mission to promote project management for social good®. We are focused on building PM knowledgeable youth, PM capable nonprofits, and a PM ready workforce. Watch a video about our efforts!
PM Knowledgeable Youth
Project management skills have been valuable in your life. What if you had learned them earlier? Do you remember your favorite teacher?
At the PMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF), we’re dedicated to teaching project management skills to young people and teachers around the world — giving them the tools and processes they can use to make a difference in their own communities.
PM Capable Nonprofits
Nonprofit organizations do so much good in our world.
At the PMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF), we know they can be even more efficient and effective at accomplishing their missions if they deploy project management skills.
That’s why we work to build the project management capability of nonprofit and non-governmental organizations, especially in recovery efforts to rebuild after disasters strike.
Your generosity will be enable us to further extend our profession beyond the business setting — to youth, teachers, and nonprofit/non-governmental organization (NGO) leaders worldwide.
A gift to PMIEF of just $25 by year-end will have a ripple effect on the youth, teachers, and nonprofit/non-governmental organizations (NGOs) we work with who make a difference in our communities every day!
Together we’ll change the world, one project at a time!
Two familiar names in the project management and education world have teamed up to release a new unique book called Project Management for Education: The Bridge to 21st Century Learning (“PM4Ed” for short). Bernie Trilling and Walter Ginevri have decades of educational and project management experience between them and work globally to build fundamental bridges between project management and education. Their innovative new book is a perfect representation of their valuable collaboration…and now you can benefit from their impressive wealth of knowledge!
So, what makes this book so cutting-edge? PM4Ed is actually two books in one: an Educator Guide and a Project Manager Guide bringing the advantages and benefits of project management’s powerful and practical principles and practices to the world of primary and secondary education.
By flipping this book over, you can switch between the two guides to explore how both educators and project managers (PMs) are increasingly moving toward the same goal—to help all students become more successful 21st century learners, and be well-prepared for future work, citizenship, family, and community life.
After reading this book both teachers and project managers will be able to answer the critical question, How do we manage learning projects, and how can we help students be more effective designers and managers of their own learning?
Click here to learn more about the book, watch a short video and purchase a copy now!
All proceeds from the book will go to the PMI Educational Foundation as the authors have graciously agreed to forego royalties.
Welcome to our annual open house! All day long, in celebration of #GivingTuesday, and in collaboration with the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (PMIEF), we are highlighting how you can use project management to give back.
We are thrilled to open up our community today to all project professionals around the world to continue the conversation around making a difference through the use of project management. We have a recorded webinar, a LIVE webinar (open to all), and plenty of articles, blogs, and discussions focused on how people just like you are utilizing their project management skills to create lasting change in their communities.
Find out what content we have in store for you today by downloading the PM for Social Good® Open House Program Guide! You can also find a listing of today's content below:
But wait...there's MORE!
TODAY ONLY: For all of those who download the program guide on Tuesday, 28 November 2017 as part of your participation in the Open House, you will receive a special badge for your ProjectManagement.com profile!
We hope that you become inspired to give back to your community and make a difference, no matter how big or how small. In the spirit of celebration and togetherness today's content is open to anyone and everyone so invite your friends and colleagues to join in on the fun!
Help us celebrate #GivingTuesday with the PMIEF and enjoy the day!
Join us on 28 November 2017 for an Open House based on Project Management for Social Good®, a collaborative event between ProjectManagement.com and the PMI Educational Foundation, the philanthropic arm of PMI®. Project managers have a unique skill set that they can use to bring value to their communities through partnerships with youth, teachers, and nonprofit organizations. During this event, we’ll explore content from practitioners that are leveraging their skills and knowledge to deliver a huge impact.
Check out articles from students who have benefited from learning about project management as a life skill, and learn about resources available to start a similar initiative in your own local schools. Meet an author who is writing fiction books for youth exploring PM concepts as his “Project Kids” build a tree house, create a haunted house, and plan a Valentine’s Day Dance. (Plus download your copies at no cost!) Learn your role as a project manager in building the pipeline of future PMs. Plus, meet individuals and chapter leaders that use their PM skills in a pro bono capacity to magnify the impact of their community nonprofit organizations.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to explore opportunities to give back in your community with your practitioner skills. We’ll unlock webinars, blog posts, and articles around this important theme, and open the floor for discussion about how to get involved and – more importantly – why it matters. Download our program guide to receive a unique one-day-only ProjectManagement.com Open House digital badge on 28 November.