Whether you want to share how learning project management can help youth build key life skills or want to help a local youth-serving nonprofit learn more about project management, PMIEF learning resources can help. See the featured resources for volunteers below.
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Your local PMI chapter is a great way to find local volunteer opportunities, and the chapter's youth and social impact coordinator can help connect you to youth and nonprofit volunteering opportunities.
The PMI Educational Foundation is led by a ten-member volunteer Board of Directors. Each year, vacancies are available. All vacancies are posted in PMI’s VRMS system in March or April of each year.
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Helpful resources to support your volunteering
Project Management in NGOs
Since 2008, the PMI Mumbai Chapter has been helping to build the capacity of grassroots non-governmental organizations (NGOs) through project management training.
To date, they’ve trained more than 85 employees from at least 37 organizations. Members of the chapter created a training course utilizing a variety of resources, one of which was PMIEF’s PM Skills for Life®. These members shared this resource with PMIEF, making this course accessible for the general public on PMIEF.org.
Project Management Skills for Life® is a guide that provides an introduction to the basics of project management as well as tools and techniques to help develop skills to become a great project manager leading successful projects.
The Tower Game is a fun project management exercise that can be used by students of all ages, as well as adults.
The game teaches participants to consider time, cost, quality and risk. The game can be used as an ‘ice breaker’, a stand-alone exercise or as part of a class. Watch the fun video below to learn how Pablo Lledo, PMIEF Board Chair, uses the Tower Game resource to teach his kids the importance of project management.