Get Involved.

Make a difference. Be a volunteer.

PMI North Saskatchewan Chapter is a volunteer-run organization that relies on people like you for our success. We are always looking for people willing to help us out on standing committees, for special events, and for strategic initiatives that help us grow as a chapter and as individuals.
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Current Volunteering Opportunities

PMI North Saskatchewan Chapter is looking for volunteers for the following positions:


- Director Governance - Click here to apply

- Project of the year Committee Volunteer - Click here to apply

- Professional Development Day Committee - Click here to apply



Why volunteer

  • Strengthen our chapter and make a difference!
  • Earn PDUs for volunteer activities within your local chapter by giving back to the profession.
  • Use your competencies, learn new project management skills and gain experience in the process. Develop as a leader.
  • Network and get to know members of your local PMI community better! Develop professional contacts with project management peers.

What do volunteers do

  • Mentor the study group, by sharing experiences with a specific knowledge area or with writing the PMP exam.
  • Organize events, like our annual Professional Development Day.
  • Manage the registration desk at Luncheons or other events.
  • Participate on the Project of the Year selection committee
  • Assist in communication of PMI North Sask Chapter activity with social feeds
  • Welcome members to events with a smile and directions when needed.
  • Share ideas on how to increase value for members, build our volunteers, and develop the structure for our board of directors.

Where do I start

Volunteering with us is easier than ever with PMI's Volunteer Relationship Management System (VRMS). This tool is an extension of your Profile on that makes it easy to search for volunteer opportunities throughout the world. Find it here:

PMI Volunteer Relationship Management System

  1. Go to and under Membership, click on Find Volunteer Opportunities, or just use the above link.
  2. Log into the VRMS using your username and password.
  3. Update your volunteer profile by uploading your resume, updating your volunteer service history, and checking off your Areas of Interest.
  4. Search and apply for opportunities that match your interests. You will receive email notifications regarding the status of your application.
  5. Watch for email notifications of new opportunities that match your interests.
  6. Come back to VRMS regularly to see if any other opportunities are of interest.

Contact us for more information about volunteering with the chapter Vice President, Volunteers