Why serve on the DVC
Board of Directors?

The career benefits of Board service are invaluable.

When you apply for jobs or contracts, you need to distinguish yourself from the competition. According to recruiters in 2024, once a position is posted, they can receive as many as 50 resumes within the first few hours. Few resumes get more than a 30-second review, and you can assume that everyone who applies has a PMP, some degree of project experience, and meets most or all of the job requirements.

At that point, resumes are evaluated for what sets a candidate apart. Board service reflects a commitment to the profession beyond certification and experience—it shows that you are someone who gives back. It demonstrates management and leadership skills. You will develop soft skills and showcase your ability to be a team player.

Other benefits of Board service include expanding your professional network and gaining insights into how PMI functions. Service can provide additional opportunities to contribute to PMI projects and teams at the global level if you're looking to aim higher. The time commitment varies depending on your Board position, but you’ll be supported by teams of volunteers—most of whom are experienced in their roles.

Call for Nominations

The Nominating Committee of the PMI Delaware Valley Chapter Board of Directors, as appointed by the Board, is pleased to open nominations for the 2025 PMI-DVC Board of Director Positions. As a Chapter member, this is your chance to participate in leading the chapter or to nominate a fellow Chapter member whom you feel would serve as a valuable leader of our organization.

NOMINATION FORM link (active June 15)

A nominee for the Board of Directors must:

  • Be a member in good standing with PMI and the PMI Delaware Valley Chapter.
  • Have participated in PMI-DVC Chapter activities within the past year.

The term of office for an elected board position is for two years and will be for 2025 and 2026. The Board will have several positions open for our upcoming election. All elected positions are considered Director At Large, meaning that an available functional role is determined and appointed by the Board once the election is finalized.

Candidates should be aware that a board position commitment involves an average of 15 hours per month.

Nominations must be received by 11:59 p.m. ET on Friday, August 30, 2024. Nominations received after Friday, August 30, 2024 will not be considered.

The PMI Delaware Valley Chapter Bylaws may be found on the pmi-dvc.org website.


Our Equity and Inclusion Initiative is a reflection of the Chapter’s commitment to advance a culture of diversity, seek equity, and strive for inclusion (belonging). All members will be treated fairly, independent of age, race, color, ethnicity, sex/gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, citizenship status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and veteran or military status.

The DVC Board is committed to welcoming members who can see themselves in Chapter leadership, and know they are included and feel they belong in the community, and the community they serve.