PMIEF Annual Report 2015 - Page 12

PMIEF Educational Resources Deliver Project Management for Social Good® PMIEF resources are available in multiple languages at no cost to support professionals who want to share project management skills and knowledge, as a life skill, with youth and others in the community. Consider using them in a classroom, with a youth organization, or with a local congregation or nonprofit. These resources provide all you need to introduce the basics of project management to youth and others in your community. Downloaded more than 23,000 in 2015, the resources can be found in the Learning Resources Library on PMIEF.org. Here’s a sampling of what you’ll find: How Project Management Can Be Used in Your Nonprofit™ Introduces PM tools to nonprofits and NGOs through a 90-minute workshop format. Fun Project Management Books for Youth Project Management Toolkit for Teachers® Designed for youth, ages 10-12, these four fiction books, written by Gary Nelson, describe project management using fun stories and examples. Provides a modular, userfriendly, guide for teachers to help prepare secondaryschool students to be college and career ready. Careers in Project Management™ Explains the value of pursuing a career in project management. Project Management Skills for Life® The Ultimate Tree House Project The Scariest Haunted House Project Ever The Amazing Science Fair Project The Valentine’s Day Project Disaster Provides an introduction to project management for a variety of age groups. Online at pmief.org you will find close to 50 different resources for teachers, administrators, parents, students, as well as nonprofits and NGOs. 11 www.pmief.org