PMI Portland Outreach
By Regina Koli, Director of Academic Outreach
News from PMI Portland
It’s that time again! PMI Portland is sponsoring an Academic Scholarship up to US $2,500 for 2-year, 4-year and graduate students attending an accredited academic institution pursuing degrees in project management or a related project management programs. To apply for this scholarship, complete the Academic Application for Undergraduates and Graduates. When you complete this application, you will be considered for all academic scholarships for which you meet the criteria, so separate applications are not required for individual scholarships. The application opens on January 1, 2018, and closes on May 1, 2018. All notification of application status will be made to the email address you provide in your scholarship application. Find out more about the scholarship guidelines here and apply! Deadline is May 1, 2018.
And we have a surprise for you! The Project Management Institute has donated a PMI Chapter Milestone Professional Development Scholarship in honor of the PMI Portland Chapter for reaching its 35-year milestone! The scholarship, valued up to US $3,000, may be awarded in whole or in part to one or more individuals. To apply for this scholarship, please complete the Professional Development and Training Scholarship Application. When you complete the application, you will be considered for all professional development scholarships for which you meet the criteria, so separate applications are not required. Find out more about the scholarship guidelines here and apply! Deadlines are April 1, 2018, and July 1, 2018. You heard it here, don’t wait apply to both today!
News from PMI Academic Network
By Faculty For Faculty…download your copy here. The PMI Curriculum and Resources offer 30 knowledge modules that can be combined in different ways to guide the design of up to eight courses in project management. Designed “by faculty for faculty,” the guidelines and teaching resources can be used to introduce a basic course or integrate project management topics and concepts into existing courses. The flexible guidelines and teaching materials can be customized to reflect your disciplinary focus, teaching approach, student profile, and course structure.
In the Know with PMIEF News
Lean more here How a PMIEF Scholarship Boosted My Confidence, Opened New Doors and Took My Career to Another Level and meet Jitendra Shinde, the recipient of a PMIEF professional development scholarship. It’s not too late to apply!
About the Author
Regina Koli, Director of Academic Outreach
Regina is an industry professional in Finance, Insurance and Mortgage. She held professional licenses in the finance industry, series 6 and 63, and also health and Life. Her mortgage and banking industry background stems from a Teller to Senior Banker to Home Equity and 1st mortgage underwriter. Regina earned her CAPM during her studies at The Oregon Institute of Technology then graduated and holds a BS in Operations Management. Additional certifications include Business Analysis, and Agile methodologies. She looks forward to bringing the knowledge of project management and PMI into our local colleges and universities