Being a member of PMI shows that you are dedicated to best practices in project management, committed to delivering successful results, and enthusiastic about quality, productivity, and return on investment.
PMI membership provides tangible benefits that include: members-only services and discounts, complimentary publications, continuing education opportunities and more. Visit the PMI Global Website for more information on the benefits of membership in PMI.
Below are just a few of the many benefits open to you as a member of the California Central Valley Chapter and PMI.
Dinner Meetings enable members to meet and network every month with other professionals. Each meeting provides certified Professional Project Management Professionals (PMPs) with PDU opportunities through presentations by featured speakers who discuss current Project Management practices, trends, tools, and project experiences.
Professional Development activities provide for professional growth and development within the Project Management industry (including exploring the benefits of formal certification by the Project Management Institute).
Forums offer opportunities for members to meet and network every month with other professionals. Each Forum includes presentations by featured speakers who discuss Project Management related issues. The Student Forum provides many of the same services and benefits offered by California Central Valley Chapter, but is targeted and run by a student leadership team.
Job Opportunities provides members with current job listings for professional positions in the California Central Valley and surrounding areas from employers seeking experienced project management professionals.
PMI Publications and eLibrary Access enable members to access and share the knowledge base of the Project Management discipline from PMI members worldwide.
From the PMI® global congresses, to SeminarsWorld® events, to multiple e-Learning initiatives, PMI is committed to providing individuals in the field of project management with the best possible learning opportunities that meet their schedules, interests and goals.
Specific Interest Groups (SIGs) focus on the practice of Project Management within Specific Interest Areas such as IS, Product Development, Web, and eBusiness in Project Management.
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