Scholarship Recipients Announced for PMI Educational Foundation

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The Project Management Institutes Educational Foundation (PMIEF) announced its 2009 scholarship recipients in the PMI Today January 2010 edition. Cheetah Learning is funding this program by offering its PM Fundamentals Online Certificate Program.

The Project Management Institutes Educational Foundation (PMIEF) announced its 2009 scholarship recipients in the PMI Today January 2010 edition. Cheetah Learning is funding this program by offering its PM Fundamentals Online Certificate Program.

“In this economy, nothing is more important than focusing on the fundamentals,” said Michelle LaBrosse, Chief Cheetah and Founder of Cheetah Learning. “We support these project managers because we want to help people succeed, and give them the kind of project management training that will last a lifetime.”

Here are the scholarship recipients:

Non-for-Profit/Nongovernmental Organizations

  •     CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development) – four scholarships
  •     Global Nutrition Alliance- one scholarship
  •     Hope International University / Foundation – four scholarships
  •     Urban Health Plan, Inc. – one scholarship
  •     West Chester University, 3E Institute – three scholarships; and
  •     Western PA Human Society- five scholarships.

Primary and Secondary School Teachers

  •     Rahman Alidu Musah
  •     Torrance Walley

The application deadline for PMIEF 2010 scholarships is June 1st, 2010. For more information please go to http://www.pmi.org/pmief/scholarship.

About Cheetah Learning’s PM Fundamentals Certificate Program
Candidates in the Cheetah PM Fundamentals Certificate program earn the Project Management credential (CAPM) and develop the skills to competently and confidently lead project of increasing complexity for their organizations, clients, and volunteer projects. To learn more visit http://www.cheetahlearning.com.

About PMIEF
PMIEF is a non-for-profit organization that works towards the development of the PM professional and the social wellbeing of communities. In 2010, the PMIEF plans to award more than 37 scholarships.

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