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Topics: Career Development, International Development, New Practitioners
Looking for a PM Mentor (Class Requirement)
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Greetings,

My name is Dennis and I am currently pursuing my masters in Proj Mgmt through Embry-Riddle. My current course focuses on the challenges of international proj mgmt. One of the course requirement is that each student select a mentor with (1) PMP or equivalent certification and (2) international experience. I would greatly appreciate any offered assistance. Mentorship is strictly discussion of the weekly topics: The input of the mentor is essential for the student to understand lesson application. If anyone is interested and can spare the time, please reply.

Respectfully,

Dennis Quinn
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Hi Dennis,

Did you contact your PMI local chapter ? I think the students will benefit a lot if you get them in touch with the local chapter.

Cheers,
RK
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1 reply by Dennis QUINN
May 31, 2018 2:17 PM
Dennis QUINN
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Thank you for the advice sir/
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I would do it, but I don't have a PMP and I don't think my working with offshore teams for US based projects would qualify as international project experience.

But if you ever need Agile help, I am your guy.
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1 reply by Dennis QUINN
May 31, 2018 2:18 PM
Dennis QUINN
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I appreciate your offer sir
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May 31, 2018 10:56 AM
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Hi Dennis,

Did you contact your PMI local chapter ? I think the students will benefit a lot if you get them in touch with the local chapter.

Cheers,
RK
Thank you for the advice sir/
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May 31, 2018 11:02 AM
Replying to Joshua Render
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I would do it, but I don't have a PMP and I don't think my working with offshore teams for US based projects would qualify as international project experience.

But if you ever need Agile help, I am your guy.
I appreciate your offer sir

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