Project Management for Youth – Why project management skills are important for teenagers in social vulnerability
febrero 25 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Fecha y hora: 25 de febrero - 7:00pm (English)
Proporciona: 1 PDU Leadership
Ponente: Debora Lia Moraes
Resumen: It is wildly known that not only there is an attachment between educational level and workforce salary level, but also that the quality of the education may help to increase salary level. In Brazil, students from private schools leave the school more prepared to face the job market, have more opportunities to find a better job and better salaries than those who graduate from public schools.
The PMIEF Initiative provides students opportunities to design, implement, monitor, and evaluate mini-projects. The PMI Local Chapter has an essential role: Developing soft skills and management skills helps these students in developing autonomy and critical analysis, expanding their worldview, and in shaping their future. They may also be able to organize their own thoughts, plans for life, milestones, and ways to get there. This project is a unique opportunity for the students to experience setting objectives, planning, time management, communication, control, risk avoidance, and teamwork, skills they surely will need in their career and may improve throughout their life.