Our Partners

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PMIEF is proud to partner with youth-serving nonprofits that instill the importance of learning and help youth build life skills through project management.

 

PMIEF’s partnerships help prepare young people to better pursue their academic and professional goals by equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary for 21st century success. Learn more about our 2020 partnerships. Read our partner press release.

 
 

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F1 in SchoolsTM

F1 in SchoolsTM (F1iS), the official Formula 1® education initiative, annually engages 1 million youth ages 9 to 19 in 26,000 schools in more than 50 countries in a science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) competition that challenges them to create the fastest miniature, compressed air-powered racecar they can using Formula 1® (F1) model blocks and computer aided design (CAD) / computer aided manufacturing (CAM) software.

About our partnership

PMIEF’s partnership with F1iS will more intentionally integrate project management into the nonprofit’s competition handbook to ensure young people strategically apply this knowledge to the competition in addition to classroom lessons in aerodynamics, physics, design, manufacturing and marketing and branding. F1iS will reach 1 million youth in more than 50 countries each year through this partnership.

 
 

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Junior Achievement Africa

Junior Achievement Africa (JA Africa) ensures youth across the continent acquire and apply the competencies necessary to launch their own business, to succeed in today's global economy, and to make prudent financial decisions.

About our partnership

PMIEF’s partnership with JA Africa will enable the organization to integrate project management into the JA Company Program®, an entrepreneurship program that empowers young people to either solve a problem or fulfill an unmet need in their community as they design, execute, manage, market, and monitor their own microenterprise. As a result of this collaboration, more than 20,000 youth across 14 countries in Africa will learn and practically apply project management each year.

 

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Special Olympics

Special Olympics International (SOI) encourages inclusion with the aim of eradicating discrimination against people with intellectual disabilities.

About our partnership

PMIEF’s partnership with SOI will enable the nonprofit to create an interactive e-learning platform with project management-rich content, to establish a project management track at its local, national, regional, and global youth leadership summits, and to award Youth Innovation Grants that fund young people's design and execution of social good projects around the world. SOI will engage an estimated 10,000 youth in at least 40 countries through its collaboration with PMIEF.