Volunteer Opportunities

The PMI Nova Scotia Chapter is growing! With over 600 members, our programs and events require more volunteer help than ever. All volunteer opportunities are open to members while some are also open to non-members.

Why Volunteer?

Contribute

Be recognized for your valuable contribution in promoting PMI’s goals and objectives. Contribute to the PMI NS and assist in streamlining the chapter’s processes and advancing exciting new initiatives.

Mentor

Engage in mentoring relationships that can facilitate development as a professional and leader.

Experience

Develop a global service record maintained by PMI Global that is recognized and accepted worldwide.

PDUs

Develop a project management professional profile while acquiring hours of project management related experience needed to qualify to sit for PMI exams; or accumulate PDUs that can be used to maintain existing PMI credentials

How To Apply?

 

Our current opportunities are listed on PMI Global's Volunteer Registration Management System (VRMS). As shown below, visit PMI's VRMS website and select Nova Scotia, Canada Chapter under Chapter and click Search to view open opportunities.

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Our Featured Volunteers

Andrew has been involved with PMI Nova Scotia since 2006, the same year he achieved PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. He has volunteered with PMI for the last several years as a member of the Programs committee and has presented at PMI events on topics including Requirements Management and Agile. Andrew is committed to the Chapter and believes a strong PMI Chapter benefits everyone in the profession in Nova Scotia.

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Gail has worked in the healthcare sector for over 28 years. She began in the continuing care sector with Shannex, first managing the financial reporting and accounting operations and eventually growing into other areas of the business including human resources, labor relations, information and communications technology and business intelligence and analytics. 

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Mohammed is a member of the Communications and Marketing Team. He is an avid researcher and has recently started his own company called OceanDS. His research interests include mobility data analysis, data mining, and spatiotemporal data semantics. In the future, Mohammad will concentrate on software development, project management and planning along with helping to creating state-of-art algorithms for enriching the potential of Ballast Water Exchange data for environmental threat detection.

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