Volunteer Programs

Providing volunteer services to non-employer or non-client organizations is a foundation of public service of PMI.

PMI-T has an active community of volunteers who support the Institute and the profession in a wide range of roles.

 

PMI-T Volunteer Policy

> By volunteering, PMI-T Members can serve Individually, on a PMI committee or team.

> You can also volunteer your domain-related services to other not-for-profit organizations.

> One (1) hour of volunteer (non-compensated) service equals one (1) PDU. 

> All Volunteers, who intend to apply for PDU credits for their volunteer services, must submit a written Satement-of-Work to the PMI-T Volunteer Coordinator. 

> Documentation for audit: Letter or certificate from the organization served acknowledging your participation.

 

PMI-National Policy:

“Providing volunteer services to non-employer or non-client organizations. PMI has an active community of thousands of volunteers who support the Institute and the profession in a wide range of roles. By volunteering, you can serve on a PMI committee or team. You can also volunteer your domain-related services to other not-for-profit organizations. · 1 hour of volunteer (non-compensated) service equals 1 PDU Documentation for audit: Letter or certificate from the organization served acknowledging your participation.”