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Networking: it goes without say…or does it? The PMIWDC 2015 Volunteer Fair (Part 4 of 7)

The Chapter has this Volunteer Fair in October, and I am sure most of you have signed up, if only because these blogs have shown all sorts of utility for it the event :) (yeah, smiley face emoticon, I went there).

New Credential Holders in September 2015

Congratulations to these 56 new credential holders in September 2015!

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PMIWDC 2015 Volunteer Fair

Welcome to the Carnival - PMI Style!

Our focus is on:

Featured Board Article - October 2015 Newsletter

Finance Operational Area Update

A featured article by Jonathan Reynolds, VP Finance

Jonathan Reynolds, VP FinanceThe leaves are changing color, the days are getting shorter, and autumn is upon us. That the first nine months of this year have already elapsed is a marvel. We are already solidly in the process of working on the 2016 budget, though it seems that the board was just banging the gavel and approving the 2015 one. With time advancing so rapidly, it can be easy to forget what was accomplished, the small tasks that added up to achievements, and the positive differences we have made for our colleagues and members.

PMIWDC 2015 Volunteer Fair: What’s In a Volunteer Anyway? (Part 3 of 7)

…” It is nor hand, nor foot, nor arm, nor face” (Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare)

The Bard would be wrong here – a “volunteer” is very much a hand for doing, foot for stepping forward in service, and very much has a face. It is the face of over 200 people at the PMIWDC chapter—and they (without a balcony and renaissance clothing) invite their colleagues to join them in the endeavor on October 20th at the Volunteer Fair (Fairview Marriot). You can register (and get all the details) at: https://www.pmiwdc.org/2015/10/fairview-park-dinner

In Part 3 of this post, I peer into the underlying beliefs that lead to chapter to state:

Fun and Prizes at the PMIWDC 2015 Volunteer Fair (Part 2 of 7)

Back to the marketing blurb for the 2015 Volunteer Fair at PMIWDC. Click here to see the whole thing --but if you didn’t click just then, you get to decode the next sentence of this packed offering, line by line. In Part 1 of this blog, I re-assembled the message the Chapter is sending in its first sentence as:

Come have fun meeting chapter volunteers and some local volunteer organizations to see what projects are available for you to work on.