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1st Annual PMI Vancouver Island and PMI Educational Foundation High School Challenge

by Information Technology - January 30, 2018 | No Comments

Who can participate?

Grade 12 students from schools located in Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast, or Yukon

What type of projects will be accepted?

A project is defined by the Project management Institute as “a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result. A project is temporary in that it has a defined beginning and end in time, and therefore defined scope and resources. And a project is unique in that it is not a routine operation, but a specific set of operations designed to accomplish a singular goal. So a project team often includes people who don’t usually work together.”

It could be a school project or a community project. Example of school projects are Science projects for science fairs, a play, or running a school event like a dance, or sports meet. Example of community projects are bottle drives, engaging with local First Nations in an specific activity, or work with a local non-for-profit to deliver services to vulnerable sectors.

What do I need to do?

Project Managers use what is called a “Project Charter.” This document describes what the project is about and some high level information. You will be asked to write a project charter for your project based on a template provided by the PMI Vancouver Island Chapter. Download the template here.

In addition, please fill out this registration form. The entry form MUST be supported by your principal, a teacher, or an authorized school official.

What is the prize of the challenge?

The winner will receive a $300 bursary for expenses related to post-secondary education. It can be used to cover the cost of tuition, educational supplies, or residence. It will be sent by PMI Vancouver Island Chapter directly to the school or supplier of goods or services.

Also, the winner will be invited along with a Chaperone to the May Chapter Dinner and AGM in Victoria. All expenses related to transportation, lodging, and meals will be covered by the Chapter. The winner will have a 15 minute presentation to showcase the project in front of the Chapter members.

Of course, there are also bragging rights!

At the discretion of the jury, the Chapter can also award two (2) special mentions. Each one will receive a $50 gift card.

Can I participate with a team project?

Yes. However, one person must be designated as the project lead. In case a team wins the challenge, the project lead will be the one attending the prize presentation in Victoria. Also, there is only ONE $300 prize and, therefore, it will be evenly split amongst the team members.

Who is the jury?

The jury will be comprised of three (3) project manager professionals, members of the PMI Vancouver Island Chapters.

What is the Timeline?

Submission deadline: March 31, 2018

The winner will be announced: April 30, 2018

Award will be presented at the PMIVI Dinner: May 30, 2018

Who can I contact if I have more questions?

Contact Ivan Rincon at pmief@pmivi.org

Mentorship Program 2017: Applications now being accepted

by secretary - December 8, 2016 | No Comments

The annual Mentorship Program is now open to applicants for the 2017 year.

This is an incredible opportunity for PMI-VI members to learn from each other and give back to our community.  Results from previous years have been fruitful for both Mentors and Protégés.  If you are interested in being either a protégé or mentor, refer to the mentorship section of the PMI-VI website.

Applications are due Thursday, January 12, 2017; you can send both the completed form and questions to the Mentorship Coordinator at mentorship@pmivi.org.

Call for Mentors

by Communications Director - January 6, 2014 | No Comments

We currently have opening for Mentors for our Mentorship Program. If you are interested please see the Mentorship Program Details page

The 4th Annual Project Management Mentorship Program!

by Professional Development Director - January 23, 2013 | No Comments

We are proud to announce the 4th Annual Project Management Mentorship Program! Read more »

Call for a Volunteer: Mentorship Program Administrator

by Professional Development Director - December 2, 2012 | No Comments

We are pleased to announce a call for a Volunteer for an Administrator to assist with the administrative duties for the 2013 Project Management Mentorship Program. Read more »

The PMI-VI 3rd Annual Mentorship Program is underway!

by Public Relations Director - January 29, 2012 | No Comments

We are pleased to inform you that for the third year the PMI-VI Mentorship Program is under way. PMI-VI members have turned out to volunteer both as mentors and as protégés.

We have matched three sets for 2012, and the program will run for 5 months until June. Read more »

Mentorship 2011/2012 Information Session

by Communications Director - November 16, 2011 | No Comments

We are pleased to announce  the third Project Management Mentorship Program. Read more »

Second Annual Mentorship Program

by Public Relations Director - April 21, 2011 | No Comments

The second offering of the PMI-VI Mentorship Program is going well.

The PMI-VI Mentoring Program is designed to provide Chapter members with the opportunity to gain mentoring experience, for both the new and experienced PM on his/her journey to becoming a more effective PM practitioner. Read more »

Mentorship 2010/2011 Information Session

by Communications Director - December 7, 2010 | No Comments

At this time we are inviting PMI-VI members interested in this program to attend the orientation and information session at the Vancouver Island Technology Park (Conference Centre, #2201 – 4464 Markham Street, Victoria, BC V8Z 7X8), at 7:00 pm on December 14, 2010.

To book your attendance email us at mentorship@pmivi.org. Additionally, please let us know whether you are interested in becoming a Mentor or a Protégé.

How can PDUs be earned through PMI-VI?

by Communications Director - November 18, 2010 | No Comments

As PMPs, one of our more challenging tasks is to get enough PDUs every 3-year reporting cycle to maintain our credential. Our Chapter provides many opportunities to fulfill the Continuing Certification Requirements. Our more popular professional development offerings include: Read more »