Volunteering

As a PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter member, one of the ways you can give back to the organization (and earn PDU credits) is to volunteer.

Volunteers Needed Now

Check back again soon for volunteers currently needed.

Ways to Volunteer

Here is a list of volunteer "positions" on committees and as support to the chapter organization on an on-going basis.    

Board of Directors and Chapter Officers

Chapter members in good standing may serve on the Board of Directors. Core officers (President, Vice President, Communications, Finance) and other Board of Director positions are either nominated and elected by members or appointed as Directors at Large by the Board.

Committee Leads

Recurring committee leads are appointed and approved by the Board of Directors.  Typical Committee Leads that volunteer every year include Military Liaison, Membership Committee, Volunteer Coordinator, Communications Committee, Professional Development Committee, and more.

Professional Development Day (PDD) Volunteers

The PDD requires the support of a number of volunteers to plan, organize, and execute our biggest event every year.


 

PMI HONOLULU HAWAII COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE

PMIHNL Communications Committee is seeking volunteers to contribute (and earn PDUs) for various functions. Exercise your inner-geek!  Website editing, writing, marketing, internet, graphic design.  We are looking for volunteers who can contribute 1-2 hours/month or more.  Length of time is open – you may volunteer as much or as little as you like. One-shot assignments are also available.  

Possibilities:

  • Editors / Writers  - for website articles or email requests submitted (1 hour/week)

  • Graphic design / Photographers / Editors – for website articles, flyers, posters, brochures

  • Website Manager/Technician— 2hrs/week;  Maint=2hrs/month

For more information, contact Communications Director:  EMAIL Communications Director.


 

PMI HONOLULU HAWAII CHAPTER MENTORING PROGRAM

PMIHNL Mentoring Program is accepting volunteers.  Click for information on the program.

Mentoring Program Coordinator

Serve as one of the coordinators for developing and implementing Chapter mentoring offerings for all PMs, member and non-member (collegiate, non-profit, junior, senior, transitioning military, etc.). Establish a mentoring committee. Under the direction of the Director of Professional Development, but working in concert with the Directors of Academic Outreach and Membership , manage all logistics of the offerings – to include offering concept development and implementation, tracking and coaching volunteers, pairing volunteers with mentees, being the voice of the mentors and mentees to Chapter leadership, and reporting on offerings. Build a sustainable, enduring mentoring program.

Mentoring Progam Committee Member / Mentor

Serve as one of the committee members responsible for developing and implementing Chapter mentoring offerings for all PMs, member and non-member (collegiate, non-profit, junior, senior, transitioning military, etc. Under the direction of the Mentoring Coordinator, and working in concert with members of Academic Outreach and Membership committee , prepare all logistics of the offerings – to include offering concept development and implementation, tracking and coaching volunteers, suggesting pairing of volunteers with mentees, and possibly be a mentor.


 

Volunteer on a GLOBAL level as well as LOCALLY

ANNOUNCEMENT:  PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter is now utilizing the PMI Global's tool to provide more volunteering opportunities!

Aloha PMI Honolulu Hawaii Chapter Members!

Through this tool, you will be able to see all the volunteer postings not only with Hawaii but other chapters that many require volunteering efforts that could be done virtually.

Please visit the Volunteer Resource Management System (VRMS) at https://vrms.pmi.org/. User login and password is the same as the PMI login.

For Hawaii's open positions, go to Find Opportunities and select Honolulu Chapter under the Chapter pull-down menu.

Currently there are postings related to volunteers needed for the Professional Development Day. More volunteer positions will be posted throughout the year. If you have any questions regarding the VRMS usage, please email Yoh Kawanami, Membership Director.

Email Membership Director

Thank You!