Welcome to the
PMI New York City Chapter
The New York City Chapter (PMINYC) offers a variety of educational experiences, with opportunities to earn PDUs, to support and advance the careers of its membership.
PMINYC Toastmasters Meeting
June 7th, 20236:30PM to 8:30PM
PMO Roundtable: Making a Strong Business Case for a PMO
June 13th, 20235:30PM to 7:30PM
Agile Webinar - Lean and Kanban
June 22nd, 20236:00PM to 7:15PM
Webinar - Zoom
The PMINYC Mentoring Program provides mentoring opportunities for all members of our chapter. Mentoring is a mutual sharing of experiences and opinions to create agreed-upon outcomes. This program aims to develop and strengthen project management competencies in line with the PMINYC Chapter goals of servicing member value and professional development. It is a great learning opportunity for both Mentors and Mentees.
Volunteer with Us
Build your professional network. Gain experience as a project manager, as a leader, develop communication and presentation skills. Volunteer is fun and our chapter has several open positions for new volunteers.
DIVERSITY EQUALITY INCLUSION
PMINYC proudly recognizes LGBTQ Pride Month for June. Learn more about the origins of this month of celebration.
To outsiders, Pride Month might just seem like a month of glittering parties and parades, but it’s so much more than that. The catalyst for Pride is actually a riot—the 1969 Stonewall Riots, to be exact. These days, however, the LGBTQ community around the world uses Pride Month as a time to get together and celebrate how far we’ve come. “It’s a time to recommit to the work that must still be done to achieve equality,” says English. “It’s a time to reflect on the progress we’ve made as a community and celebrate those who made this progress possible.” [LEARN MORE] Source permission: courtesy of reader's digest.
This Year New Members
Members with No Certification
PMINYC provides a forum for project management professionals to promote the principles of PMI. Think globally… network, learn and develop locally! PMINYC members include seasoned project managers to those just starting out. Share project and work experience! Rub elbows! Take names!