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Grow YOUR Leadership Skills! Call for Nominations for PMI MN's 2022 Board of Directors – Election in September 2021

We Need You! Are you interested in serving on the board of a leading chapter in the fastest growing professional organization in the country? Contact one of the members of the PMI MN Nominating Committee today! Results are announced shortly after the elections close in September and published in the next issue of PMI MN News.

What makes an ideal candidate? Candidates are required to have all the following qualifications in good standing:

1.       Membership:

  •  Member of PMI MN as recorded by PMI

2.       Chapter Participation in the past 16 months:

  • Attended 3 Chapter events, or
  • Volunteered a minimum of 40 hours

3.       Conduct:

  1. PMI Member and PMI Minnesota Chapter member in good standing. “Member in good standing” means:
    1. The member has paid their dues
    2. No formal ethics violation or complaint under investigation or negatively determined by either PMI global through their procedure or to PMI MN through the procedures of the office of the Director of Governance.
  2. Member shall not have been terminated from a previous board or volunteer position. A volunteer who was terminated may not run for a board position for a period of 3 years from the termination date.
  3. A board member running for the president elect position shall not have violated board contract. A current board member who has violated board contract would not be eligible to run for PMI MN president elect position or any board office for a period of 2 years. Violation incident needs to be documented and verbal warning of one's actions does not prevent them from running for 2 years.
  4. Member has not resigned from a Chapter leadership position by abrupt resignation or malfeasance for a period of 3 years from the resignation date. 
    1. Of a Board of Directors approved appointment or
    2. Of the completion of an election candidate roster; or election to a Chapter leadership position or
    3. Of a critical position that impacts operational integrity (e.g. instructors for paid classes, managers of paid events) who fail to provide a replacement or provide adequate notice
  5. In the case of a candidate for President Elect, members will have served a minimum of 12 consecutive months as a board member at the time of election. The Board of Directors shall provide a majority vote on the eligibility of any applicant who is serving the first year of their term (who at that point may have served less than 12 months). 
  6. When running for the president elect or president role, it is preferred that the member hold a PMI credential.

In accordance with PMI policies, practices, procedures, rules and directives, no funds or resources of PMI or the Chapter may be used to support the election of any candidate or group of candidates for PMI, Chapter, or public office.  No other type of organized electioneering, communications, fund-raising, or other organized activity on behalf of a candidate shall be permitted.

For more information on the nominating process, please see the Nominating Committee Policy in the Chapter policy manual. 

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PMI Minnesota Committee Spotlight

We Take Great Pride in Your Work!!

The Sponsorship Committee is responsible for creating and managing opportunities for organizations to partner with PMI-MN through sponsorship and advertising. These opportunities allow the organizations to market their products and services, connect with talented Project Management job candidates, and keep their staff engaged with the latest in Project Management tools and training.


About us

Our Vision

PMI MN will be recognized globally as a premier, best-in-class, innovative community of project managers who embrace world class practices.

Our Mission

PMI MN's mission is to provide value to members and the community through opportunities for career development and to advocate the advancement of the project management profession and its disciplines.


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Military and Veterans transitioning to become civilian Project Managers.  You managed projects your entire military career, you just didn't call them projects.

PMI Minnesota will help you turn your skills into a career in Project Management. Please click the image to get the details.


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