Volunteering is a great way for you to give back to the Project Management profession and to the chapter by donating your time and talents. We are committed to working with each volunteer to build a mutually beneficial relationship in which you, our valued volunteer, can use your strengths, passion, and dedication to not only benefit the profession and PMI Chattanooga Chapter, but to positively enhance your own personal and professional life as well.
2020 Open Board Positions - Nominations open through October 14th
- President-Elect (serves for 1 year then becomes president in 2021)
- VP of Finance
- Director of Finance
- Director of Programs
- Director of Communications
- Director of Training and Development
- PMI Educational Foundation Liaison (non-board volunteer position)
Link to Volunteer Roles and Responsibilities
Link to Volunteer Search and Application System
PMI Chattanooga Mentoring Program
The PMI Chattanooga Chapter Mentoring Program provides mentoring opportunities for members of the Chattanooga chapter of PMI. This program is directed toward providing you an opportunity for personalized networking by pairing you with a project management peer to facilitate knowledge sharing and mentoring relationships. Share your valuable experience with a fellow project manager in the Chattanooga area.
The Chapter Mentoring Program Team will facilitate team pairing after receiving applications from mentors and mentees. The mentoring relationship will be conducted between the mentor/protege pairs and their meeting frequency and schedule will be agreed upon at the beginning of the program.
Provide mentees with an opportunity to:
- Learn from experienced Professionals
- Reflect on the effects of personal attributes and behaviors
- Define goals of growth and a path to achieve them
- Member in good standing of PMI Chattanooga Chapter
- Open Minded
- Open to feedback and suggestions provided by Mentor including constructive criticism
- Time available to commit to meeting with a mentor during formal meeting times and any additional times agreed to with the mentor.
- Desire to grow and develop
- Identify goals and be open to learning and developing as you work to achieve those goals
Provide mentors with an opportunity to:
- Enhance leadership skills by sharing their knowledge and experiences with partners
- Assist with problem-solving
- Act as an advisor
- Be a good listener (for both personal and work issues)
Mentor required skills:
- Background and experience in various levels of management
- Relevant Industry PM Experience
- Candidate must possess relevant experience in the portfolio, program and project management field
- Noted expertise as a role model in terms of managing successful programs and projects
- Motivation Skills
- The ability to motivate others even if the task to be performed is not on the critical path
- Critical Thinking
- The ability to provide critical thinking and an interest to work with others on problems they may have
- Performance and Career Development Guidance
- The ability to provide guidance on performance and career development
- Effective Communications Skills
- Effective communications skills at all levels
- Embrace Change
- The ability to embrace change rather than resist it. A way of looking at risks and issues and viewing them as opportunities or problems that can be solved for the overall benefit to the program and project
- Time available to commit to it and ability to provide assistance to the mentee on an as-needed basis as well as atformal meeting times.
PMI Chattanooga Mentoring program participants who are certified PMPs may register time spent in mentoring activities for PDUs.
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