PMI Education Foundation (PMIEF)
PMI Columbus, Ga Chapter is passionate about giving back to our members and our community through efforts to leverage project management for social good. We maintain a close relationship with the PMI Education Foundation (PMIEF), and encourage you to learn more at www.pmief.org.
Our Social Good Program leverages PMIEF resources to:
Support Youth-Focused Non-Profits
Young people are tomorrow’s leaders, and project management education helps youth learn how to think critically, collaborate, and make confident decisions. We are interested in partnering with Inland Northwest non-profits to deliver project management training, mentoring, and support using proven resources from PMIEF. Also we can connect you with local project managers interested in volunteering their skills to help support your organization. For additional information, please contact our PMIef Liaison.
Help Project Managers Give Back
We’re always looking for generous project managers willing to use their time and expertise to give back to the community. Whether you are interested in teaching, mentoring, or offering pro bono project management to area non-profits, we can use your help. Email our Chapter President so we can discuss your interest and connect you with a volunteer opportunity.
Provide Access to Scholarship Opportunities
PMIEF maintains a directory of academic scholarships for undergraduate and graduate project management-related degrees. Professional development scholarships through PMIEF are also available for current project managers and non-profit staff interested in project management training.
Fancy Cimmerer is our PMIEF Liaison, and she serves as a vital communications and activities link between the PMI Educational Foundation and the PMI Columbus, Ga Chapter. As a liaison, Fancy is knowledgeable about PMIEF initiatives and resources. Please reach out to our PMIef Liaison with questions about volunteering opportunities or learning more about PMIEF.