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PMI Dashboard - Certification Status
It's been more than 4 days now and every time I log into my PMI account, and go check my certifications status, I get this message displaced instead:

"Please try again later. Your myPMI dashboard will be available shortly. We appreciate your patience during this process."

Am I the only one getting this or we are all in the same boat ?

Thanks !
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I received this message when I logged in today.
Same here!
Yes, getting same message for past couple days.
Yes confirmed.
Same here!
Perhaps, they are updating the system!
I have a question, what is the best way to get into the Project Management Field? I am studying for the CAPM exam currently.
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2 replies by Mary Sullivan and Rami Kaibni
Mar 13, 2019 12:31 AM
Rami Kaibni
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Patricia, getting the CAPM is a good first step as it will expose you to the theoretical / knowledge side of PM. Alongside that, working as a project coordinator for starters will expose you to the different aspects of the projects from a practical point of view. Hope this helps.
Mar 19, 2019 4:31 PM
Mary Sullivan
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Patricia, I second Rami thoughts. I would add that depending on your current job function, if you are currently not acting as project coordinator, look for opportunities in your current role to manage smaller efforts as micro projects. Don'tbe afraidto speak up and say I can track this or I would to lead this effort. A good example might be a corporate event or celebration or something smaller like a client onsite or managing submissions for a quarterly newsletter. Good luck!
Thank you all for confirming. They most probably are having major updates. I just got suspicious because it’s been more than 4 days now.
Mar 13, 2019 12:24 AM
Replying to Patricia White
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I have a question, what is the best way to get into the Project Management Field? I am studying for the CAPM exam currently.
Patricia, getting the CAPM is a good first step as it will expose you to the theoretical / knowledge side of PM. Alongside that, working as a project coordinator for starters will expose you to the different aspects of the projects from a practical point of view. Hope this helps.
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1 reply by Patricia White
Mar 19, 2019 11:05 PM
Patricia White
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Thank you, Rami, but my situation is a little different. I have been teaching for about 25 years as a College Professor and worked for DOD for a year as a Courseware Developer and we worked on projects here. The other job that I held was a Social Media Analyst. After deciding to get out of teaching, I found it difficult to find a job. I decided that I needed to get certifications since my Ph. D. is in Information Systems. I recently lost the Social Media job due to company letting 50 people go. Now I am teaching as an Adjunct Professor and studying for the CAPM. Presently, I am finding it difficult to get a job. I am being told that I am over qualified; so I removed the Ph. D. and MBA off my resume. Then I am being told that I do not have enough skills; although, I have taught myself Tableau and still learning it. I taught myself Sales Force and I am teaching myself SAS. If all goes well, I will take the CAPM exam in April. I will be finished with the course tomorrow. So I am just stuck. I was told once I get the certification, I will definitely be able to find a job. I hope so. Patricia
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