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The PMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF) is a public charity dedicated to promoting project management for social good and believes that managing and leading projects are essential life, learning and career skills. The Foundation is committed to providing tools and resources to help educators and administrators make effective use of these skills. For additional information, please visit the Foundation's website at www.pmief.org, or email questions to pmief@pmi.org.

The Project Management Institute (PMI[R]) is one of the world's largest not-for-profit membership associations for project managers, and it has more than 650,000 members and credential holders. PMI's global reach spans across more than 185 countries and is established in numerous fields. To learn more, visit: www.pmi.org.

The PMIEF and PMI have resources available for teachers and administrators, including curricula, lesson plans and training materials. All the resources on the PMIEF website are available at no cost for noncommercial use and can be downloaded from www.pmi.org/pmief/learningzone.

PMIEF is in the process of updating these materials to make them easier to use and access; the revised materials should be available by summer 2013.

A virtual teacher course, "Introduction to Project Management for Educators," is also available through the College of Education at Boise State University. For more information and/or to enroll, go to http://boisestate.mrooms3.net/calendar/view.php?view=day&cal_d=23&cal_m=10&cal_y=2012#event_68.

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Title Annotation:Leadership Matters; PMI Educational Foundation and Project Management Institute
Publication:Techniques
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Mar 1, 2013
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