Recently, a team of enthusiastic and dedicated project manager volunteers from the Project Management Institute Central Indiana Chapter (PMICIC) created and delivered a very special 2 day training class for a group of 25 teenagers from the Boys and Girls Club of Indianapolis. PMICIC volunteers taught the teens the project management and communication skills they needed to create Youth Advisory Boards for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis they represented. The teens learned to plan projects, brainstorm ideas, and how to write, execute and analyze surveys. They wrote and rehearsed presentations for their adult planning boards that discussed ideas for improving their clubs. It was two jam-packed days of fun, learning and collaboration.
Although PMICIC was the major contributor for this effort, the class was also sponsored by Taco Bell (limo transportation for the teens and their adult advisors) and Duke Realty, Indianapolis (who provided their awesome training facility).
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