PMI San Diego Chapter Professional Development Scholarship

Scholarship Type

Professional Development Scholarship

Sponsored By

PMI San Diego Chapter

Summary

The PMI San Diego Chapter is sponsoring this annual professional development scholarship to assist project managers who wish to attend continuing education courses. Up to US$1,000 will be awarded in whole or in part to one or more individuals per year.

Application and Notification

To apply for this scholarship, please complete the Professional Development and Training Scholarship Application.When you complete the application, you will be considered for all professional development scholarships for which you meet the criteria, so separate applications are not required.

Applications from interested candidates must be received by PMIEF no later than April 1, each year. All notification of application status will be made to the email address you provide in your scholarship application. Upon award, the recipient must register and pay for his/her professional development course and then send confirmation of registration and payment to PMIEF.

Upon receipt of this documentation, PMIEF will reimburse the recipient(s) up to the value of the scholarship amount awarded.

To review the guidelines for Professional Development and Training Scholarships, please visit the Scholarship Guidelines.

Criteria

Scholarships will be awarded in the following order of priority:

  1. A member of the PMI San Diego Chapter or an immediate family member (including spouse, step children and grandchildren but not cousins, aunts or uncles) planning to attend a course provided by a PMI Registered Education Provider (REP) and specify that course on the scholarship application form.
  2. A member of the PMI San Diego Chapter or an immediate family member (including spouse, step children and grandchildren but not cousins, aunts or uncles) planning to attend a project management course by any provider, including colleges or university extension programs. If no chapter member applies, applicants in the 3rd priority will be considered;
  3. Individuals who are project managers living or working within San Diego County planning to attend a project management course by any provider including colleges or university extension programs.