How Can PMI Help?

The military community has various funding options available to assist with certification preparation and certification fees. In addition, PMI’s program offers access to the resources you need to be successful in your transition or current military role. The program is open to veterans, active duty, National Guard/Reserve, Retirees and Spouses.

Certification exam fees may be covered by the Post 9/11 GI Bill, military branch Credentialing Opportunities OnLine (COOL) programs, or other scholarship and military funding programs

*Other funding opportunities are available from Military and Veteran Service Organization grants, scholarships, and programs.

PMI global membership provides access to helpful resources in preparing for certification and on-going professional development

  1. PMI’s gold standard, the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)
  2. webinars and online learning
  3. discounts on certifications and on-going professional development opportunities
  4. access to PMI chapters
  5. our online community ProjectManagement.com

and much, more…

Local chapter membership for the first year at no charge to you. Chapter membership offers a local community of like-minded professionals that can offer mentoring, help with skills identification and translation, study groups and certification preparation, and finding a job. Over half of U.S. PMI chapters have a Military Liaison/Military Transition Volunteer who can help you through your journey into project management.

*PMI membership is required to join a local chapter.

Have questions about the program? Want to learn more about certification and membership?

 

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Contact our Military Concierge today at military@pmi.org or complete the contact form to learn more about PMI’s Military partnership and take the next step in your professional career!