To provide networking and job search help to out-of-work members of the PMI New Hampshire Chapter.
The unique advantage of netPM over other networking groups is that it focuses on Project Managers helping other Project Managers. Asking non-Project Managers to review a Project Manager’s resume, for example, rarely provides a useful critique. Since Project Managers are the best networking resources for other Project Managers, netPM provides a structure for strong support. In addition, it offers topics, ideas, exercises and presenters that will be specifically helpful to job-seeking chapter members. netPM is a valuable benefit provided at no additional cost for the members of the PMI New Hampshire Chapter.
- netPM meetings
- Information links
- Documents for viewing/download
- Job leads
Be sure to sign up for the PMI New Hampshire Chapter LinkedIn group and the Linked in netPM group to receive announcements and postings. If you would like to receive emails with materials after netPM meetings, please send an email to Director of Networking.
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Local Networking Groups and Events
Temple Emanuel Andover Professional Networking
This group meets monthly. It is held at Temple Emanual, 7 Haggetts Pond Road, Andover, MA. The event is free and open to the public. The session is 6:30pm-8:30pm. Each meeting is packed with resources to help you succeed, and is attended by 30-40 people. Sign up at www.templeemanuel.net to receive event notifications. Topics include:
Speakers sharing relevant information, insights, and advice
Participants building networks of professional connections
Everyone providing and receiving compassionate support
Join their LinkedIn group: Temple Emanuel of Andover, MA Networking Group.
Westford Job Seekers
This group meets every Wednesday from 2:00 pm-4:00 pm at the J.V. Fletcher Library. They usually have speakers. This is usually attended by approximately 20 people. Once you attend, you get on their Yahoo mailing list. At your first meeting, they ask you to do a 60-second elevator speech. For each week’s speaker topic go to this link:
Acton Networkers Group
This group meets every Friday from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon at St. Matthews Church, 435 Central Street, Acton, MA. Some weeks they have speakers and some weeks they just do group participation activities. There are usually over 50 people who attend these meetings, and the number is continuing to grow. Before you get on their Yahoo list, you need to present a 60-second speech to the group.
This group has rapidly expanded and has grown to thousands of members. Check the website for details.
This site is a good stop to find local networking groups.
If you are able to volunteer some time to our organization in any capacity please email our president at President or talk with a board member at the next chapter meeting.