See www.columbianwomen.org for more information. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
The objective of The Columbian Women Scholarship (TUITION ONLY) is to recognize and assist women pursuing a degree program in any field of study at the George Washington University who demonstrate a high level of achievement in academia and a commitment to their chosen profession.
The Columbian Women Scholarship is based on merit and financial need. Applicants are first evaluated for financial need; applicants meeting the need criteria typically have an expected family contribution of less than $10,000 as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All applicants are required to complete a FAFSA application prior to applying for a Columbian Women Scholarship.
Awards will only be made for the 2016-2017 academic year. Although award amounts may vary, approximately $90,000 will be awarded in 2016-2017 with most individual awards ranging between $5,000 and $10,000. Scholarship awards will cover tuition costs only. If a scholarship recipient registers for fewer credits than the initial award was given, the amount will be reduced to ensure only tuition costs are covered. The remaining amount will be returned to The Columbian Women. Award recipients (and other applicants) are eligible to reapply in subsequent years.
Job Title: Project Manager
Location: Foster City, CA
Duration: 12+ Months
Client name (should be active)
No. of resources required
Project Manager role for Legal Projects
Mention the Skill/Role Title
Legal Projects Exp is must, Excellent Communication skill
Skills Required / Role Please provide a concise job specification in 4 to 5 key bullet points (and not a generic one)
We are actively seeking to fill a Project Manager role for Legal Projects, with the following background:
Responsible to provide overall leadership for a project or support effort;
Accountable for deliverables; Identify functional requirements and performance specification;
Develop schedules, milestones, resource requirements and staffing plans to achieve deliverables;
Allocate tasks among team members and assesses team progress toward objectives;
Monitor progress, recognize and help resolve technical problems;
Serve as the primary point of contact with client technical management;
Provide regular status reports and briefings;
Assure recognition of project changes and execution of related change control procedures;
Manage the project resources, including customer and contractor as required.
Overall hands on manager for designated project.
Years of experience required
Duration of role
Location of role – Mention City
101 Lincoln Center Dr, Foster City, CA.
Buy/Sell Rate. (Mandatory)
If you believe you’re qualified for this position and are currently in the job market or interested in making a change, please give me a call as soon as possible at (973) 507-7555.
You may respond to me via email but please be sure to include your direct phone number so I can reach out to you quickly. In considering candidates for our various positions, time is of the essence and we are committed to responding to our clients promptly.
•The International Center for Project Management Excellence is Hiring an Editorial Assistant (On-Campus Job)
The International Center for Project Management Excellence within the GW School of Business seeks an editorial assistant to support Prof Kwak, the Editor-in-Chief of the ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering. Apply online via GWork, position ID 833076. Apply online by 5 Dec. Position open to all students, including those studying at GW on a visa. See job posting for details.
•MSPM Student Moataz Hussein Presenting at The Big 5 International Building & Construction Show, 23 Nov Moataz Hussein, a current MSPM student, is scheduled to speak at The Big 5 International Building & Construction Show 23 Nov in Dubai, UAE. He will be speaking on program management outsourcing, an area he has researched with Dr. Khamooshi. Congratulations!
•Call for Applicants: Winter 2016 Foundry Cup Eastern Foundry hosts a biannual forum to bring people, ideas and technology together to address our nation’s most pressing needs. The Winter 2016 Foundry Cup seeks to untether our men and women working in the toughest places by identifying commercial products that allow individuals to generate, store and conserve energy. Learn more online and apply by 15 Jan.
CityBridge is seeking a Program Manager, Stewardship and Engagement who will provide opportunities for philanthropic and business leaders to learn about and actively engage in D.C.’s education ecosystem. Through signature programming that includes guided school tours and education-themed book discussions, special events that convene thought leaders, education practitioners, and “stewards” around important topics and speakers, and high-touch relationship, the Stewardship team strives to be a resource and advisor to the philanthropic community. 4-6 years of experience is desired, as well as an event planning/project management background, and experience in the field of education is also strongly preferred.
Organization: CityBridge Foundation
Job Title: Program Manager, Stewardship and Engagement
GW Position ID: 822445
Location: Washington, DC
Apply through GWork ASAP at http://gwork.gwu.edu/.
The Research & Regulatory Management Council (RRMC) designs and develops required health and safety data for raw chemical manufacturers and companies that market end-use products. RRMC is a Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) affiliate program headquartered in Washington, DC.
RRMC is seeking a Project Manager to provide comprehensive project management by planning, directing, and coordinating activities to ensure goals and objectives are accomplished for multiple joint venture and task force programs. Full details on the position are available in the job description – Project Manager, RRMC.
To apply for this full-time position based in Washington, DC, please email your resume and cover letter, summarizing your qualifications and salary expectations, to Holly Schroeder at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please. This position was shared by a current MSPM student. Applicants must be eligible to work within the U.S.
Applicants satisfying the following criteria will be considered:
undergraduate or graduate student in an accredited US college or university (including students who would be utilizing funds immediately after graduation);
seeking support for an internship or project in public service — domestic or international;
demonstrated commitment to public service — past, present and/or future;
financial need will be taken into consideration.
To apply, you must submit the following materials to email@example.com in order to be eligible for consideration:
an essay of no more than 1,000 words which describes the proposed internship or project, how this experience will help you reach your goals, and why funding is necessary and how it will be utilized;
two letters of reference, one from a faculty member and one from someone who can attest to your commitment to public service. (Letters should be emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org and should include the applicant’s name in the subject line.)
DEADLINE TO APPLY: Applications are accepted and funding is distributed on a rolling basis. Students seeking funding for the summer should apply no later than April 1.
•Spring 2015 Blackboard Collaborate Schedule
The Blackboard Collaborate schedule for the spring semester is now available. The Collaborate sessions provide a live weekly interface with the professor for the distance/online sections. Confirm with each professor when the first Collaborate session will occur.
•Vote for the PMA Board of Directors
The ballot is now available to vote for the GW Project Management Association Board of Directors. Voting ends Sunday, 23 Nov, at 11:59 p.m. Who should lead the student association next?