The PMI New Hampshire Chapter thanks you for interest in partnering with us.
As a nonprofit organization, we rely on limited sources of revenue to provide our members with valuable services, scholarships, and quality programs.
Our sponsors are key to our organization...
... and we provide important visibility to those businesses well aligned with our goals – professional, energized and engaged companies within the Granite State region.
All sponsors have a project management related focus; in-line with our mission and vision.
Contact: Director of Sponsorship
Boston University’s Metropolitan College (BU MET) offers Master of Science programs in Project Management and Computer Information Systems with IT Project Management and Security concentrations—as well as graduate certificates in each area. BU MET’s renowned online and on-campus curricula emphasize agile, complex project management, leadership, mega-projects, communication, and both risk and cost analysis. Students are well-prepared for Project Management Professional (PMP®) certification and Certified Associate in Project Management Certification (CAPM™) exams; those holding certification earn 45 PDUs per course. Both degree programs are accredited by the PMI® Global Accreditation Center.
Granite State College, a member of the University System of New Hampshire, focuses exclusively on providing adult students with supportive, high quality, and affordable programs. With associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees, as well as post-baccalaureate programs for teachers, we emphasize areas of study that are responsive to the needs of employers and employees alike.
We are the leading public provider for online degree programs in New Hampshire and top-ranked among the nation’s best for “Best Online Degree Programs” by U.S. News and World Report. Additionally, our MS in Project Management program is accredited by PMI’s Global Accreditation Center.
Learn more at https://granite.edu
Community Relations Partnerships
The Community Relations program is designed to implement programs that form sustainable partnerships and yield mutual benefits for local businesses, educational institutions, government agencies, and the chapter. The intent is to increase awareness of both the chapter and the PMI brand within the area.
Find more information under the Community Relationship Program.
Find more information about the Academic Outreach Program.
Find more information about the Military Outreach Program.
Find more information about the PMI Education Foundation (PMIef).
Contact: VP Community Relations
Professional Development, Educational and Training Partnerships
We also partner with Registered Education Providers (R.E.P.), community and state educational institutions, and professional trainers to provide alternative ways for members to continue professional development, study for certification and earn PDUs. If you are interested in an educational partnership, reach out to our VP of Professional Development for more information and to develop a memorandum of understanding (MOU).
Find the list of our Educational Partners on the Partner Training page under Professional Development.
Contact: VP Professional Development
We at PMI New Hampshire hold many subject-matter meetings throughout the year – typically in the evenings. If your business has a conference room space you would like to provide at no cost, let us know.
Contact: Director of Sponsorships
2018 Project Summit / Business Analyst World Update
Two volunteers, Barbara Ransom, PMP, and Bernadette Donnelly, PMP, represented the PMI New Hampshire Chapter at the 2018 Project Summit / Business Analyst World. They attended sessions and practiced serious networking during the show.
The New Hampshire Chapter gift raffle, a fall theme gift basket, was won by Lucas McCabe from John Hancock. The basket contained New England products including coffee, jam, scone mix, and pumpkin wrapped Lindt chocolate truffles. We seriously wonder if the chocolate truffles made it home.
Also in attendance was Meghan Self, a Business Analyst who won a ticket to the show when she attended the September Chapter Meeting. The ticket, a value of $1276, was provided to the PMI New Hampshire Chapter by the producers of the Project Summit, McGreggor Communications.
Lucas McCabe won the New Hampshire gift raffle at the 2018 Project Summit / Business Analyst World Boston.
Thank you for your interest in partnering with Project Management Institute New Hampshire Chapter.
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