The MIS-699 project capstone is a course at Metropolitan State University in which students are placed into project teams consisting of four to five team members. Here, a community faculty member shares his experience from teaching.
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More and more people are leaving school and college with some form of project management education. But how do you really teach people to be ready for the world of projects?
In this exclusive article presented by the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation, project managers share their thoughts on teaching PM skills to youth and why it's a vital tool for the future.
In the second part of this series, members of the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation Community Engagement Committee share their thoughts on teaching PM skills to youth—and why it's a vital tool for the future.
Each year, PMIEF honors those excelling in our field with the Kerzner Award for Excellence in Project Management. We had the opportunity to interview last year's winner, Sudhakar Ravada, on how the award helped him advance on his career path.
With guidance from the PMI Educational Foundation, a program called PMIK-UDAAN was formed to provide continuous support to more than 200 families supported by Pallium India.
When Farm2Food Foundation—a nonprofit organization that teaches agricultural entrepreneurship to students in an innovative project-based school learning program—joined forces with PMIEF, it's success reached new heights.
Partners for Education at Berea College: Using PM Skills to Transform Lives Through Community Serviceby
Read how a community prospered when PMIEF awarded a grant to Partners for Education (PFE) at Berea College in Berea, Kentucky for “The PMIEF – PFE Promising Appalachian Leaders in Service (PALS) Initiative."
In this new series, PMIEF will showcase social good efforts from around the world, all working toward one common goal—to enable youth to realize their potential and transform lives through project management.
Many people don’t learn to utilize their PM skill set—or even realize they have one—until their mid- to late-twenties. Imagine if you had learned project management when you were younger. In what ways (big and small) would your life be different?