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Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Southern Maryland Chapter has teamed up with the University of Maryland’s Project Management Center for Excellence (UMD) to host a series of Prince George’s County community meetings to provide their current chapter members (and potential new members) living and/or working in Prince George’s County the opportunity to advance their project management knowledge, network work other project management professionals and earn the PDU’s necessary to maintain their PMP certification.

Through this partnership with UMD’s Project Management Center for Excellence, the PMI Southern Maryland Chapter is planning to offer eight (8) Prince George’s County community meetings in 2017 to meet the needs expressed by their members living and/or working in Prince George’s County.  Brenda Vandegrift, president of the PMI Southern Maryland Chapter stated, “We are pleased to partner with the University of Maryland Project Management Center for Excellence to host meetings in Prince George’s County.  This partnership dramatically increases the PMI Southern Maryland Chapter’s ability to serve our geographically disbursed, diverse, and dynamic membership of Project Management professionals.”

“This partnership dramatically increases the PMI Southern Maryland Chapter’s ability to serve our geographically disbursed, diverse, and dynamic membership of Project Management professionals.”

Meetings are being held at UMD’s College Park campus in the Kay Board room of the Kim Engineering Building.  Below is a list of the dates and topics of the events being held between February and June 2017.

“We are excited to be able to collaborate with the PMI Southern Maryland Chapter and assist them in expanding their offerings to meet the needs of their members,” stated John Cable, Director of the UMD Project Management Center for Excellence.

If you are interested in participating in the event, you can find out more information and register by visiting the PMI Southern Maryland Chapter website.

Posted by Kathy Frankle on February 13, 2017