The PMI Long Island Chapter is providing 2 academic scholarships to be administered by the PMI Educational Foundation (PMIEF) Scholarship and Awards Program. PMIEF, a charitable nonprofit organization, supports development of the best and brightest future project management professionals worldwide by providing over 40 academic scholarships to college and university students studying project management.
The PMILIC Collins Williams Memorial Scholarship is not only an excellent way to help a student realize their dreams through education, but it is also an opportunity for the chapter and its members to engage local academic institutions and to help promote the chapter’s work as well as the project management profession.
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Applications are due by May 1st. In order to be considered eligible for a scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in or applying for an accredited academic degree program in project management or a related field benefiting from project management with the following order of priority:
- 1st Priority: A member of the PMI Long Island Chapter (PMILIC) or immediate family member (spouse/child) attending or planning to attend an accredited undergraduate or graduate degree program.
- 2nd Priority: Any individual residing in Long Island, NY (Suffolk or Nassau counties) and attending or planning to attend an accredited undergraduate or graduate degree program.
- 3rd Priority: Any individual residing in NY State attending or planning to attend an accredited undergrad or graduate degree program.
Please forward all questions regarding the scholarship and the application process to the PMI Educational Foundation at PMIef@pmi.org.