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Mentor needed for ERAU PM course
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Hello Fellow PM's,

I am currently working towards my M.S. in Project Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University online, while working full time. I am looking for a mentor who would be willing to spend about 30 minutes a week for the next 8 weeks (starting Monday, Jan 7) answering questions about their experience. An individual who has their PMP license, and has worked internationally would be ideal! The course is called PMGT612, Leading Projects Across Cultural, Corporate, and International boundaries.

I do have a PDF of mentor topics for anyone who may be interested. I really appreciate your time! Thanks much.

Regards,
Jamie
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Jaime, As much as I would like to help but it is a very busy period for me but I would like to give you a piece of advice which is to contact your local chapter for mentoring opportunities, I believe it will be easier to find someone local o mentor you. Just a suggestion - Good Luck !
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Jan 07, 2019 9:55 AM
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Thank you Rami! I appreciate the advice.
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I agree with Rami. Local chapters have registered volunteers that are ideal for mentorship.
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Hello Jamie,

I received my MSPM from ERAU in 2016 and am also PMP certified. I've been a project/program manager for over 14 yrs, though none of that was international (all my international experience was while I was on active duty in the USAF). I am currently a Lead Acquisition Program Manager with the USAF on a major weapon system acquisition program. I may not meet your specific course requirement for a mentor, but if you think i can help you, drop me a line.

John
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Jan 05, 2019 3:51 PM
Replying to Rami Kaibni
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Jaime, As much as I would like to help but it is a very busy period for me but I would like to give you a piece of advice which is to contact your local chapter for mentoring opportunities, I believe it will be easier to find someone local o mentor you. Just a suggestion - Good Luck !
Thank you Rami! I appreciate the advice.

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