PMIEF Annual Report 2015 - Page 10

Inspiring PMI Chapter P Around t PMI Southern Alberta Chapter Deliver project management training, including coaching using a free online PM tool, to local nonprofit organizations. The nonprofit organization can leverage the training to become more efficient in delivering their nonprofit missions. PMI Chicagoland Chapter Deliver project management training to young women served by Ladies of Virtue, a nonprofit organization dedicated to instilling virtuous characteristics in young women while preparing them for college, careers and adulthood. PMIEF is proud to maintain close relationships with PMI’s glob project management expertise to give back to their local to youth, teachers, and nonprofit organization sta lives and increasing This is a sampling of the creative ways that project managem a selection of P PMI Keystone Chapter Deliver project management training to youth at local middle schools. After piloting the training at one location, the training has now been delivered at three additional locations. PMI Dallas Chapter PMI Honduras Chapter Address community problems by leading project management training with an after-school organization. The youth plan community improvement projects including planting gardens with native plants, leading workshops on Internet safety, holding community cleanups, and tutoring. Lead project management training at a local high school, engaging the students in delivery of a final project that brings arts and crafts activities to the Children’s Medical Center of Dallas. PMI Augusta-Aiken Chapter Use a PMIEF no-cost resource to lead project management training at the Megiddo Dream Station, a nonprofit focused on addressing training needs of individuals who have been out of work for a year or longer. 100% of graduates from the Megiddo Dream Station program maintained employment one year after their graduation from the program. PMI São Paulo Chapter Train over 900 students using multiple PMIEF resources, including The Tower Game, Careers in Project Management, Project Management Skills for Life, and project management fiction books. PMI Montevideo, Uruguay Chapter PMI Nuevo Cuyo Chapter Deliver a three-hour PM training to the CONIN Foundation, a nonprofit committed to fighting hunger in children. The initial training reached nearly 200 nonprofit professionals, who will use those skills in delivering services to thousands of children. 9 www.pmief.org Deliver project management training to teachers at a local school. The training began with basic skills, and developed into teachers planning larger projects. Teachers reported they began adding PM to their class curricula immediately after completing the training.