Share your knowledge and apply your skills to contribute to the profession and advance the goals of organizations you value.
Work as a Practitioner
Working in your certified role
Each day, your work in a domain area related to your certification(s) allows you to apply your knowledge and skills in a practical setting. Using these competencies actively contributes to sustaining and growing the profession.
Creating new knowledge resources for use by practitioners and the public at large
By developing knowledge resources, you can share your knowledge and insight with others and contribute to their ongoing learning. There are many ways to create new content, such as authoring books, blogs or articles, or creating webinars or presentations.
Give a Presentation
Presenting on topics relevant to the profession
There are many occasions when you could give a formal presentation to others, sharing knowledge that relates to your certification. For example, you could speak at a PMI chapter event, professional conference, or internally within your organization.
These are just a few examples. Consider the opportunities available to you.
Sharing your domain knowledge to help others learn and grow
By sharing your skills with others, you grow the profession and enhance the practices that are essential to your certified role. Whether you’re mentoring, teaching or applying your subject matter knowledge toward an activity, others will benefit from your experience and perspective.
Providing volunteer services to non-employer or non-client organizations
PMI has an active community of thousands of volunteers who support the Institute and the profession in a wide range of roles. By volunteering, you can serve on a PMI committee or team. You can also volunteer your domain-related services to other not-for-profit organizations.