Project Management Skills For Life (PMSFL)

Teenage Outreach Program

Because “Everything in life is a project……” such as:

  • Planning for college
  • Preparing for a future job or career
  • Organizing a trip
  • Providing leadership to a STEM project
  • Becoming a leader of your team, club or group
  • Being able to plan for whatever comes along!

...learning the skills early will greatly benefit one for life!

A few types of youth who have benefitted from these courses are:

  • Youth leadership groups, student councils, 4H.
  • Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers. Explorers.
  • Middle schools, high schools, college & university students.

We are offering two different Project Management classes for all youth ages 13-20: Introduction, and Fundamentals with Digital Badge. Click on the registration buttons below to see more details.

More Information

PMI-MN: Eric Sit, email, web

2019 Dates

#1 Project Management Basics - for youth and adults ages 13+

  • Saturday April 13, 2019
  • Saturday, October 26, 2019
  • 2- hour sessions, 10am-noon, part of University of Scouting
  • Satisfies BSA Venturing Pathfind Project Management requirements
  • $20

#2 Project Management Fundamentals - for youth and adults ages 13-20

  • Saturday January 26, 2019: St. Paul College
  • Saturday, July 27, 2019 (tentative)
  • 8- hour sessions, 8am-4pm
  • Digital Badge Opportunity
  • $75

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