Increase your marketability by improving your leadership skills; and serve the Project Management community - all through participating in PMI Central Florida's Mentoring Program. Now accepting applications for the 2013 Mentoring Program. To apply, click on the appropriate links below or contact the Mentoring Program Committee. Check out the all of the mentoring information here. For mentoring agreement click here -
Want to be a mentor? The benefits of this program are far reaching. Some expected benefits are:
Give back to the profession by sharing knowledge and wisdom
Earn PDU credits
Read Mentor Guidelines for more details.
The following conditions are preferred for consideration into the program as a mentor:
A minimum there years of project management experience
Be a member, in good standing, of the Central Florida PMI Chapter
Be willing to share ideas, concepts, and knowledge
Want to be a protégé? The expected benefits of this program are designed to be far reaching.
Work through a current problem in managing a project
Obtain ideas on how to be more effective
Solidify a specific project management skill fast
Increase PM competencies
Earn PDU credits
Read Protege Guidelines for more details.
Requirements for Protégés applying to the Mentoring Program:
- Must be a member, in good standing, of the Central Florida PMI Chapter
- Must be dedicated to learn more about Project Management
- Must possess an interest in any part of the Project Management process, with the exception of studying for the PMP exam; individuals who are interested in learning more about preparing for the PMP exam, we offer a cost-effective training program to acquire your PMP certification.
Here is a handy Application Checklist which identifies the steps in the application process.
Mentoring candidates must complete and submit the following items in order to participate in the program:
These documents should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mentors and protégés will also be eligible to claim 5 PDUs for participating and successfully completing a Mentorship.
If you have any questions regarding this program, please contact the Mentoring Program Committee