PMI New York City Chapter
The PMI New York City Chapter sponsors an academic scholarship valued up to US $1,000 for students attaining their undergraduate degree.
Application and Notification
To apply for this scholarship, complete the Academic Application for Undergraduates. When you complete this application you will be considered for all academic scholarships for which you meet the criteria, so separate applications are not required for individual scholarships. The application opens on January 1 and closes on May 1. All notification of application status will be made to the email address you provide in your scholarship application.
To review the guidelines for Academic Scholarships, please visit the Scholarship Guidelines.
In order to be considered eligible for a scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in or applying for an accredited academic degree program in project management, and/or a field that benefits from project management (i.e., science/engineering, hotel management, information technology, pharmaceutical, business administration, construction, human resources, educational administration, etc.), with the following order of priority:
- A member of the PMI NYC Chapter or an immediate family member (including spouse, stepchildren and grandchildren but not cousins, aunts or uncles) attending or planning to attend any accredited college or university program in the Metro NYC Area.
- A member of the PMI NYC Chapter or an immediate family member (including spouse, stepchildren and grandchildren but not cousins, aunts or uncles) attending or planning to attend any accredited college or university program anywhere.
This scholarship is a multi-year renewable scholarship for undergraduate students only. The recipient is eligible to receive US $1,000 for each year of his/her undergraduate degree program with a maximum of US $4,000 (US $1,000 each year for a four-year degree program).
In order to renew the scholarship and receive money after the first year, the student must ask the university to send PMIEF a copy of his/her official transcripts. The transcripts must show that the student has maintained at least a 3.0 GPA or equivalent if the school attended is outside of the United States.