PMI-DVC Job Board

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As a PMI Delaware Valley Chapter member, you now have access to a list of job opportunities cultivated just for you.

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Upcoming Events

10
Feb
2022

PMI-DVC Agile Open House, February 10, 2022

02-10-2022 7:00 pm -8:30 pm
Free

When: Thursday, February 10, 2022, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Where: Via Zoom 
Credit: 1.5 Leadership PDUs

Not another Retrospective. "Nothing changes; why do we bother?"  "Great! Finally, a meeting I don't have to pay attention to, and can get something done."

Perhaps you've had or even have these same thoughts when the meeting reminder pops up announcing a Retrospective.  Like any other Team Meeting, the goal should be clear, and when the goal of a Retrospective is not clear, many contributors start to feel like, "why bother?"

The goal of a Retrospective is not merely to identify "The good, the bad, and the ugly" and move on to the next topic.  Frequently this type of agenda leads to gripes, complaints, perhaps a few shout-outs to well-deserving Team members, and nothing changes.  As fundamental as Sprint Planning or The Daily Scrum, the importance of holding Retrospectives is frequently underrated.
Agile Project Teams frequently consult with the Product Owner and the Business Owner to ensure they move in the right direction.  In that same way, shouldn't we consult each other as a team to ensure we are all moving in harmony?  We begin to see the Retrospective as an opportunity to demo for each other what is working well and what needs improvement.


Join Leigh Ann Gunther and David Betancourt for a frank conversation on Retrospectives.  Why do we avoid them, and how can we get the most out of them?

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Find a Volunteer Opportunity

Make your mark on PMI Delaware Valley Chapter and the profession. As a member, you can volunteer to work on and to lead activities that advance the profession and support the chapter business operations by joining our chapter volunteer community. All volunteer openings are managed by the PMI Volunteer Relationship Management System (VRMS). This system includes the ability to search for opportunities, view details about each role and apply online.

Earn PDUs by Volunteering

Volunteering Project Management Professional PDUs can be earned as part of Category E: Volunteer Service. Category E, along with Category D (Creating New Project Knowledge) and Category F (Working as a Professional in Project Management), comprise the Giving Back To The Profession Categories. You can earn PDUs in Category E (Volunteer Service) by providing volunteer, non-compensated project management, and many others.

Membership Statistics

Total Members 3414
New Members This Year 41
PMP® Members 2243
CAPM® Members 90
PgMP® Members 8
PMI-SP® Members 6
PMI-RMP® Members 14
PMI-ACP® Members 77
PfMP® Members 5
PMI-PBA® Members 9
Members with no Certification 1079
Breakdown by type  
Individual Members 3349
Student Members 35
Other Members 30
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Military Outreach Program

PMI Delaware Valley Chapter has an active Military Outreach Program. Harris Snyder is the current point of contact for this effort, with support from Frank McKeown, and Jim Snyder. The team’s primary goal is to support active duty and ex-military members who are interested in Project Management, encouraging them to get involved with PMI and get certified. A second goal is to support veterans where possible, using the team’s knowledge and experience where appropriate.

Speakers for PMI-DVC Meetings

Project Management Institute-Delaware Valley Chapter (PMI-DVC) is looking for dynamic speakers who have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in and/or related to project management. PMI-DVC has several chapter events including dinner meetings, professional development days and special events that allow our 3800+ members to learn about current trends in the project management field. Our meetings are held within the Delaware Valley area throughout the year.

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