From the President's Desk
Dear Valued Members,
As we embrace the opportunities of a new month, I’m delighted to share with you that our chapter has reached a significant milestone - its 45th anniversary, a testament to our enduring
commitment to excellence, collaboration, and professional advancement. Over the past four and a half decades, our chapter has blossomed into a vibrant community of project management professionals, with dedication and contributions from our members, volunteers, and sponsors. It’s a joyous moment for all of us to celebrate our chapter’s significant milestone accomplishment. Let’s continue to support and make this PMIGL tree grow for many more years. PMI is planting 500 trees to honor our chapter.
Use this link to watch our PMI forest grow: Project Management Institute, Company at Evertreen.
In addition to recognizing our chapter’s remarkable accomplishment, February holds special significance as we observe Black History Month. As project management professionals, we understand the importance of promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion to drive innovation, creativity, and excellence in our work. Black History Month serves as a poignant reminder of the significance of cultivating an inclusive environment where every voice is valued, heard, and empowered to succeed!
Thank you for your ongoing support and engagement in our chapter's journey. Here's to the next 45 years of shared success, growth, and positive impact!
Anthony Amalraj, MBA, PgMP®
Project Management Day of Service
On April 27, 2024, PMI Great Lakes will host our Second Annual Project Management Community Day of Service, modeled after PM4Change. Together, we will help nonprofits address their most critical projects and initiatives. For more information on our chapter's PMDoS click HERE
Project Management for Change is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to unleash the boundless potential of the Project Management discipline to empower and transform communities around the world. Join us in changing the world, one project at a time! Visit www.PM4Change.org today for more information.
2024 Mentorship Program
The Mentorship Program is designed to connect Project Managers to Mentors who areexperienced Project/Program Managers. These Mentors will guide their mentees through their career development as well as guide them on how to navigate through difficult situations. This program is not for help finding a new job, help reviewing your resume, or to help /tutoring to earn a project management certification. For more information on the 2024 Mentorship Program click here.
The PMI Job Board has enhanced features, making it easier to connect job seekers and employers in the project management industry. Click here to access the PMI Job Board! You can access PMIGL's Job Board of local postings here.