Project Management Kids Camp Case Study

This case study addresses how disadvantaged children are gaining project management skills through fun learning at a two-week summer camp in Poland.   The Project Management Kids Camp is a charitable initiative made possible with the help of the PMI Poland Chapter with a specific focus on working with kids living in orphanages and low income families.

Students learn skills through fun and innovative projects including creating a film and doing arts and crafts.  PMI members use PMI Educational Foundation’s resources and adapt them for students aged 8-12. The chapter volunteers avoid traditional lectures by preparing lessons that involve active participation that keep the students engaged.


Resource Audience Teachers
Student Age 8 to 12 years old
Type Case Studies
Language English
Program Area Future Success
Learning Environment Community
Date 25 Apr 2016

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