A collection of memories from our community and their projects that impacted the world
The Project Management for Life (PM4L) is an initiative of the PMI Melbourne Chapter that aims to promote project management as an important skill for school children and teaches them how to incorporate it into everyday life.
The PMI South Africa Chapter teams with Jabulani Technical High School in Johannesburg to teach students skills in project management and ways that they can use them to develop their careers.
PMI Bengaluru Chapter creates STEM program for under privileged girls to teach them the value of science and technology.
PMI Lakeshore Ontario Chapter takes contributions from 20th Anniversary Gala and make donations to Operation Smile to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all ages.
PMI Lakeshore Ontario Chapter participates in the social good project to raise funds for Spectra Helpline Telecheck Seniors Program which provides support for isolated seniors.
PMI North Carolina – Raleigh Chapter joins together to participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
PMI Rio Grande do Sul Chapter works with schools to help educate children and teachers about project management and developing their skills.
The Municipal Council for Youth Rights in São Paulo creates a strong sense of community by providing youth in Pirassununga City with a safe space to socialize.
PMI West Bengal Chapter partners with Rotary Club of Calcutta Suncity to support Thalassemia Prevention and Awareness.
PMI Mumbai Chapter pledges to help students develop skills and plan their careers by providing them with academic resources from community donations.
PMI Montevideo, Uruguay Chapter createsteam building workshops for youth leadership and provides them with the tools they need to deliver effective presentations.
Residents of the Interspaces Gloryfields Apartment volunteer to teach children at the Choodasandra Village.
National Water Works Company of Saudi Arabia pledges to replace water valves in King Khaled Internality Airport.
PMI Mumbai chapter collaborated with iVolunteer to clean up Bandra Beach. Two of the 29 volunteers were PMI Board of Directors member, Tejas Sura, and PMI Mumbai Chapter President, Bharat Bhagat.
Caregiver Alliance Limited: Volunteers in Singapore support the mental health community and commitment to wellness.
PMI Ecuador trains underprivileged individuals to develop organizational and planning capabilities encouraging stimulation of the economy along with added self-esteem and personal growth of those involved.
Clayton Everett Design plans to provide humanitarian aid in Nepal for earthquake victims.
with Los Pantera: Pandilla de Trail support a local, rural school by raising money to buy school supplies and necessary materials in order to prepare a school kit for each student that includes hand-written, motivational cards.