Jobs Are Opening Up For Project Managers
Our journey as a chapter of Project Management Institute began in 1997 with 25 members. PMI Honolulu Hawai‘i Chapter supports project managers, students, job-seekers and other professionals in Ha- wai‘i. We now have more than 700 members. Our mission is to promote the project management profession through networking, sharing of project experiences, training, educa
Today, we see more and more job opportunities for project managers, as companies seek highly trained pro management professionals (PMP). We offer a wide range of programs, such as PMP cer roundtables, where we discuss real-life workplace topics and challenges. We also have an annual dinner and conference, which attracts more than 300 professionals. We also have academic outreach programs and offer professional development units for PMP professionals to maintain their teers are represented by more than 300 companies ranging government, banks, hospitals, utilities and more.
One of our challenges is serving members across the state. While a majority of members reside on O‘ahu, there are also members on Ha
To offset costs for all the sponsorships with other organizations that support professional development for their employees and also share our chapter’s mission and vision. Organizations can sponsor specific events or provide annual sponsorships at vari ous l evels. In exchange, we provide exposure to our chapter members and events, the latter of which welcomes nonmembers.
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Project Management Institute Honolulu Hawai‘i Chapter members are part of a group that promotes the project management profession.