The primary requirement to volunteer with the Chapter is membership! Volunteering gives members the opportunity to be worked on, and to lead activities that advance the profession and the Institute.
Volunteers are the Chapter Leaders and are priceless and go the extra mile to keep the chapter running. We value the time they put in to ensure chapter programmes and activities are well organised and managed. To show our appreciation, exceptional volunteers are recognized at the Chapter’s Annual Dinner
Benefits of Volunteering
- Grow your professional network
- Develop key skills and gather experience
- Become a better leader
As a PMI Ghana Chapter member, you can contribute to the development of the Project Management Institute and the Project Management profession by volunteering your time. There are various volunteer opportunities at chapter level to assist events, chapter programs or serve on chapter committees. Visit the Volunteer Resource Management System (VRMS) at vrms.pmi.org to see current volunteer openings.
We aim to match your personal interests with the volunteer roles to accomplish the chapter’s goals and objectives. As a volunteer, you get to develop your leadership skills by learning, sharing and networking with other chapter leaders through PMI’s annual Leadership Institute Meetings.
There are two ways to volunteer with PMI, either at global or chapter level.
- Global Volunteers. Learn more about types of Global Volunteer Opportunities here.
- Chapter Volunteers. The Ghana chapter has three (3) categories of volunteer positions: Chapter leaders, Chapter operations and Branch operations. The VRMS contains all volunteer opportunities, narrow your search to the Ghana chapter for a full list of Ghana chapter opportunities.
For more information about volunteering, write to us at email@example.com
Ms. Esi Eduah, PMP – Vice President, Volunteering
Esi has 10 years experience in Project Management; having worked in various sectors
She currently works with Emerald Blue Co. Ltd, an events and general business
She was elected into the position in November 2018.