We've got a new look! The Project Management institute is transforming to help you find success in The Project Economy, and the Willamette Valley Chapter is transforming too.
In line with this transformation, our website has been updated to provide you information and resources faster, and we have more changes in the works. We've added a Careers section to our menus, featuriing a local Willamette Valley jobs board. We have a new logo, which honors the stunning views of the Sisters. And we've redesigned our newsletter to provide you with news about local project management resources and services and information about our upcoming events. You can now expect to receive the monthly newsletter at the beginning of the month, along with timely reminders of events near you. And, for even more timely information, follow us on one of our social media accounts at the links at the bottom of this email.
We're working hard to transform to meet the project needs of the future. FInd out more here:
A Special March Workshop in Albany
We're also happy to announce that we're arranged for a special half-day workshop in Albany on March 18 on the topic of Gathering Business Requirements. The price will be $40 per person ($30 for chapter members).
You can always find information about our chapter and branch events on the chapter website. Here's a list of upcoming events for the next month:
We've added a new Careers section to the Main Menu of our website. Its one more way that we can be of value to our chapter members in the Project Economy. This section features a form to post new project management related opportunities that may be of interested to our members in the Willamette Valley. Announcements are free, and can be used to share full-time, part-time, consulting, or volunteer opportunities to our membership. The announcements are posted on our website, as well as our monthly newsletters. For a broader reach, we have also included a link to the Global PMI Careers Center.
Check out these openings:
Company Name: Oregon State University College of Engineering
Location: Corvallis, Oregon
Company Name: Oregon State University
Location: Portland, Oregon
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Save the Date!
The 2020 Willamette Valley Project Management Conference is set for Friday, October 2, 2020. Planning is underway, and more information will be forthcoming on our website and newsletter.
Volunteer to be a Presenter at Future Chapter or Branch Event
Our PMI Chapter welcomes proposals from passionate speakers interested in sharing their experiences, knowledge and expertise on such topics as general business and strategy, leadership, project management, and technical or industry-specific specialties. Our Professional Development events provide professional development units (PDUs) of educational information necessary for those attendees maintaining certification designations. Speakers are also eligible to claim PDUs for their creation and delivery of the presentation material. Sign Up Here!
About PMI Willamette Valley Chapter
The PMI Willamette Valley Chapter serves over 400 members in the Central, Western, and Southern regions of the State of Oregon. We have active branches in the Salem, Eugene, and Corvallis areas, and support growing project management communities in the Bend and Klamath Falls areas. Our Mission is to Encourage and Facilitate education, certification, and professional growth in Project Management.
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