PMIEF Annual Report 2015 - Page 7

Going Global Through Grantmaking

We awarded 10 grants totaling US $ 1,143,332 to leverage project management for social good ® to strengthen education , nonprofits and disaster management efforts worldwide .
Organization : American Red Cross Initiative : “ PMIEF ’ s Disaster Management Grants Initiative ” Grant : US $ 35,680
Deliver extensive project management training and ongoing technical assistance to the organization ’ s professionals so its Disaster Cycle Services team more efficiently delivers programs and services .
Organization : Asia Society Initiative : “ PMIEF – Asia Society Initiative for Integrating Global Perspectives into CTE ” Grant : US $ $ 350,000
Integrate project management into career and technical education ( CTE ) career exploration and classroom projects through the creation of an online course and toolkit for U . S . secondary school CTE teachers .
Organization : Center for Digital Inclusion Initiative : “ PM for Social Good through Mobile Apps ” Grant : US $ 50,000
Integrate project management into a coding and mobile application design course for less advantaged Brazilian youth so they develop apps that address social / community challenges like domestic violence and public safety .
Organization : Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere ( CARE ) Initiative : “ PMIEF ’ s Disaster Management Grants Initiative ” Grant : US $ 149,465
Deliver extensive project management training and ongoing technical assistance to the organization ’ s professionals to inform revision of the CARE International Emergency Toolkit and redesign of the accompanying website .
Organization : Junior Achievement of Chicago Initiative : “ PMIEF – JA Chicago Project Management Skills for Life ” Grant : US $ 32,500
Introduce project management as a career to secondary school students in Chicago , Illinois , USA as well as deliver project management training to them so they can design and lead programming for the organization ’ s elementary school students ( in partnership with Junior Achievement Ireland and the PMI Chicagoland Chapter ).
Organization : Junior Achievement Ireland Initiative : “ PMIEF – JA Ireland Project Management Skills for Life ” Grant : US $ 40,000
Introduce project management as a career to secondary school students in Dublin and Limerick , Ireland as well as deliver project management training to them so they can design and lead programming for the organization ’ s elementary school students ( in partnership with Junior Achievement of Chicago ).
Organization : MBA Research & Curriculum Center Initiative : “ PMIEF – MBA Research Initiative for Career & Technical Education ” Grant : US $ 309,750
Pilot PMIEF ’ s CTE projects for business management , finance and marketing classes in U . S . secondary schools nationwide to integrate project management and inform revision of the projects before their global dissemination .
Organization : NapaLearns Initiative : “ PMIEF – NapaLearns Initiative for Career Pathways ” Grant : US $ 10,265
Deliver project management training to secondary school teachers in Napa County , California , USA so they can integrate project management into CTE curricula to help students execute projects and complete a career pathways internship .
Organization : Plan International Initiative : “ PMIEF ’ s Disaster Management Grants Initiative ” Grant : US $ 149,672
Deliver extensive project management training and ongoing technical assistance to the organization ’ s professionals who will execute initiatives in the Americas , Asia , East and South Africa , and West Africa to address challenges like Ebola recovery , drought crises and flooding .
Organization : United Way Central Savannah River Area Initiative : “ PMIEF – UW of the CSRA Nonprofit Capacity Building Program ” Grant : US $ 16,000
Deliver project management training to more than 20 nonprofits in Georgia and South Carolina , USA to enhance their strategic planning , event planning and proposal writing abilities ( in partnership with the PMI Augusta-Aiken Chapter ).
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Going Global Through Grantmaking We awarded 10 grants totaling US $1,143,332 to leverage project management for social good® to strengthen education, nonprofits and disaster management efforts worldwide. Organization: American Red Cross Initiative: “PMIEF’s Disaster Management Grants Initiative” Grant: US$ 35,680 Deliver extensive project management training and ongoing technical assistance to the organization’s professionals so its Disaster Cycle Services team more efficiently delivers programs and services. Organization: Junior Achievement Ireland Initiative: “PMIEF – JA Ireland Project Management Skills for Life” Grant: US$ 40,000 Introduce project management as a career to secondary school students in Dublin and Limerick, Ireland as well as deliver project management training to them so they can design and lead programming for the organization’s elementary school students (in partnership with Junior Achievement of Chicago). Organization: MBA Research & Curriculum Center Initiative: “PMIEF – MBA Research Initiative for Career & Organization: Asia Society Initiative: “PMIEF – Asia Society Initiative for Integrating Technical Education” Grant: US$ 309,750 Integrate project management into career and technical education (CTE) career exploration and classroom projects through the creation of an online course and toolkit for U.S. secondary school CTE teachers. Organization: NapaLearns Initiative: “PMIEF – NapaLearns Initiative for Global Perspectives into CTE” Grant: US$ $350,000 Organization: Center for Digital Inclusion Initiative: “PM for Social Good through Mobile Apps” Grant: US$ 50,000 Integrate project management into a coding and mobile application design course for less advantaged Brazilian youth so they develop apps that address social/community challenges like domestic violence and public safety. Organization: Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE) Initiative: “PMIEF’s Disaster Management Grants Initiative” Grant: US$ 149,465 Deliver extensive project management training and ongoing technical assistance to the organization’s professionals to inform revision of the CARE International Emergency Toolkit and redesign of the accompanying website. Organization: Junior Achievement of Chicago Initiative: “PMIEF – JA Chicago Project Management Skills for Life” Grant: US$ 32,500 Introduce project management as a career to secondary school studen [XY[[\TH\[\[]\ڙXX[Y[Y[Z[[[H^H[\Yۈ[XYܘ[[Z[܈Hܙ[^][۸&\[[Y[\HY[ [\\\][[܈XY][Y[\[[[HRHXY[\\K[RQQ&\HڙX܈\[\X[Y[Y[ [[B[X\][\\[KˈXۙ\H][۝YB[Yܘ]HڙXX[Y[Y[[[ܛH]\[ۈوBڙXYܙHZ\ؘ[\[Z[][ۋ\Y\]^\'Bܘ[T L B[]\ڙXX[Y[Y[Z[[Xۙ\HXX\[\H[K[YܛXKTH^H[[Yܘ]BڙXX[Y[Y[[H\X[H[Y[™^X]HڙX[\]HH\Y\]^\[\\ ܙ[^][ێ[[\][ۘ[[]X]]N8'RQQ&\\\\X[Y[Y[ܘ[[]X]]x'Bܘ[T MK ̂[]\^[]HڙXX[Y[Y[Z[[[ۙ[XX[\\[HHܙ[^][۸&\ٙ\[ۘ[[^X]H[]X]]\[H[Y\X\\XKX\[]YXK[\YXHY\[[\ZHXHXݙ\KYܚ\\[[˂ܙ[^][ێ[]Y^H[[][Z]\\XB[]X]]N8'RQQ8$UوHԐHۜٚ]\X]BZ[[ܘ[x'Bܘ[T M []\ڙXX[Y[Y[Z[[[ܙH[ ۜٚ][[ܙXH[]\[KTH[[HZ\]YX[[][[[[[ܚ][X[]Y\Š[\\\]HRH]Y\KPZZ[\\K