Upcoming Events

Oct 8

6 Saturday PMP Prep Course - October

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Oct 24

PMP & CAPM Prep Course - October

This course runs four consecutive days.

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Oct 27

Galleria Networking Event

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Oct 27

Downtown Meeting

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Nov 3

2016 Volunteer Appreciation Party

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October 27th  Networking in the Galleria Area

Hosted by Stage Stores Inc.

This event is open to all PMI Houston members and guest interested in attending.

Join us for a night of networking hosted by Stage Stores Inc. and the PMI Houston Chapter.


Join us in the Hotel Dereks Great Room.  Have some appetizers and drinks, and get to know other PMI professionals.

Cost:  $10  for PMI Houston members

           $15 for Non-members or At the Door

This special price ($30 value) includes:

  • Light Appetizers
  • (2) drink tickets *
  •          Door prizes

For more information, please contact:

Sara Ly, Sly@stagestores.com

Angela Doray, vpmembership@pmihouston.org



PMIH Volunteers Give Back at ServiceWorks Skill-Building Bootcamp
By Amy Stonesifer, SVP External, PMI Houston 

On August 6th 12 PMI Houston Members volunteered to support ServiceWorks, a groundbreaking national program that uses community engagement and volunteer service as a strategy to help underserved youth and young adults develop the skills they need to reach their college and career goals.  The Skill-Building Bootcamp is a high-energy, intense immersion experience powered by AmeriCorps, Points of Light and the Citi Foundation. 

The event was held at Andrew Carnegie Vanguard High School for Houston area young adults between 16 – 24 years old who participated in the Mayor Turner’s Hire Houston Youth program.  Participants learned how service can be a pathway to college and career and were inspired to become agents of change in their own communities. 

Volunteers had the opportunity to spend one hour using project management skills to set a goal and break it down into the steps needed to achieve the goal.  Students working in small groups selected from one of 3 goals:  applying to college, buying a car, or finding a job. 

It was amazing to see students realize the steps it would take to achieve their goal and apply a timeline to it.  Participants worked with the mantra, “Plan your work, Work your plan. 

The students amazed us!” commented volunteer Amy Stonesifer.  They really took the challenge to heart and saw the value of planning to achieve a goal.  They all saw how early they had to start to achieve the goal and how to apply a timeline. 

PMI Houston Volunteers included: 

  • Keisha Sneed 
  • Patty Trimingham 
  • Max Meindl 
  • Kimberly Rhoton 
  • Walter Viali 
  • Pranav Patel 
  • Tarek Salloum 
  • Dinah Sylvester 
  • Shawn Stolle 
  • Donn Powell 
  • Juan Parra 
  • Amy Stonesifer 


Event hosts included Georgia Gillette and Neil Bush from Points of Light foundation.  

The Mayor was so excited about the success of this program they plan to repeat it and grow it next year.  Watch this summer for the opportunity to participate as a volunteer. 

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