Accreditation offers periodic self-evaluation, assessment and improvement opportunities for the educational institution. Higher education institutions should handle accreditation projects with utmost care—and use it as a chance to refine their plans to offer the best services for their students and community.
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Accreditation is a major quality assurance and compliance project for any higher education institution, serving as a catalyst for establishing internal QA systems and related policies and procedures.
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Casablanca Chapter of Dell Volunteer Project Management Program Makes a Difference Through PM Trainingby
Dell Inc., a longtime supporter of the PMI Educational Foundation’s (PMIEF) social good efforts through its Dell Volunteer Project Management (DVPM) program, is continuing to set the pace for pro bono outreach on a global level.
2020 has been quite a year—not just for PMI and the PMI Educational Foundation, but across the world. But our community has learned that “socially distant” doesn’t have to mean “disconnected.”
In September of 2020, F1 in SchoolsTM—one of the world’s largest STEM educational programs and a PMIEF partner—hosted a virtual event in place of its highly anticipated UK National Championship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joslyn Sato—the Academic Outreach Director for the PMI Honolulu, Hawaii Chapter—knows the importance of teaching youth project management as a life skill. It’s not only a key part of her role, it’s a key lesson she shares with her kids every day.
Public relations officer Akierah Binns is often asked to collaborate with stakeholders when it comes to communication management. The only problem? She never learned how project management could help effectively streamline some of her processes. Enter PMIEF to help...
One of the co-founders of PM4L—an initiative aiming to provide early education and awareness to students about project management not only as a career choice, but also to provide learning experiences and outcomes that can be applied in daily life—shares how PM skills are necessary at nearly every age.
In this article, four dedicated PMIEF advocates and donors to the PMI Educational Foundation share their thoughts on the impact of the foundation and why they feel it’s critical for youth to learn and practice a project management skill set.