Now more than ever project management professionals need to keep their PM skills sharp. PMIAK provides members with the resources to stay informed of project management methodologies to navigate through an increasingly challenging job market. In addition to providing programs on the process of implementing and practicing the discipline of project management, PMIAK provides opportunities to network with other project management professionals from a variety of industries.
PMIAK Member Benefits at a Glance
From the educational programs to Professional Development Days each program is designed with you, the member, in mind. Come to the meetings to network and/or help shape the organization by applying your project management acumen by becoming a volunteer.
On-going educational programs that keep members current and sharp on project management skills:
Monthly Chapter Meetings paired with a guest speaker – monthly chapter meetings provide updates on the state of the chapter, chapter goals and upcoming events.
If you hold a PMI credential these events count toward PDUs.
Also keep in mind that if you are working toward a PMI credential there are study groups and mentors available. For more information about the meetings or mentoring visit the PMIAK Professional Development page.
See a full calendar of events on the PMIAK website.
Click here for the calendar
In addition to educational opportunities PMIAK is an excellent place to network with like-minded individuals practicing the discipline of project management. Come early to any of the events and network with other members.
Join the Linkedin group to keep-up with conversations regarding the discipline of Project Management.
How to get involved