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PMI's LPM Community of Practice Seeks Volunteers

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The Project Management Institute's Legal Project Management Community of Practice (LPM CoP) is currently looking for volunteers, although the volunteers must be PMI members. If you are a member of PMI, or have been thinking of joining, read the announcement below to see if any of the positions are of interest to you.

The LPM CoP is growing fast and needs your help. We are looking for volunteers to help us continue to deliver value to our members and contribute to the development of project management within the legal industry. 

Currently we are looking for volunteers to fill the following positions:

    • LPM Wiktionary Project Manager Volunteer
    • OPA Library Program Manager Volunteer
    • Share Your Success Program Manager
    • Social Networking Program Manager Volunteer
    • Community Newsletter Program Manager Volunteer

A detailed description of each of these positions, including requirements and responsibilities, expected time commitments and PDU eligibility is available at:


If you are interested in volunteering for any of these positions, please send an e-mail to:


 
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