Top 3 for 24 Mar
•Summer and Fall 2015 Classes
Registration is now open for both the summer and fall 2015 semesters. Review your plans in DegreeMAP, schedule an advisement session with me, and register for classes to ensure you earn the seat in the course/section you want/need.
As a reminder, all general elective courses must be approved by your advisor to apply to the degree requirements. Failure to receive approval for your general elective may result in you having to take additional courses. Schedule an advisement session, plan ahead, and never make assumptions. Please also remember that you have both a general elective requirement to fulfill and a DNSC elective requirement. A DNSC elective is one that is offered by the Decision Sciences Department. Consult DegreeMAP to confirm your individual program requirements.
• VALOR Professional Credentialing Grant
The Office of Military and Veteran Student Services and GW Career Services are proud to announce a new initiative aimed to support our VALOR students in their efforts towards professional development. The VALOR Professional Credentialing Grant allows for eligible VALOR students to apply for reimbursement grants towards a number of professional certification exams. 10 exams are included on the list, the PMP being of most relevance to MSPM students. Application period is 1-20 Apr. Visit http://services.military.gwu.edu/valor-professional-credentialing-grant for details.
•GW Women in Business Sixth Annual Spring Conference, 28 Mar
The GW Women in Business Association is hosting their sixth annual spring conference on Saturday, 28 Mar. This year’s conference, “Be Bold, Be You,” will feature business leaders from Lucky Group, Donna Karen, Under Armour Women, and Chobani. Purchase tickets before they sell out at gwwibspringconference.org!
VALOR and the Office of Military Affairs in conjunction with GW Career Services is proud to announce a new initiative aimed at supporting our VALOR students at GW in their efforts towards professional development with the advent of the VALOR Professional Credentialing Grant. Eligible VALOR students may apply for a reimbursement grant to be applied towards a number of professional certification exams. The initial ten eligible exams are listed below and we hope this program will continue to expand in the future. Further information and applications can be found at http://services.military.gwu.edu/scholarships. Applications for tests taken or to be taken between February 2015 and July 2015 may submitted as of April 1 and are due no later than April 20.
o Accounting (CPA)
o Marketing (PCM)
o Project Management (PMP)
o Human Resources (PCHR)
o Nursing (RN/NP)
o Professional Engineer (PE)
o Law Bar Exam (JD)
o Paralegal (PCPS)
o Private Detective and Investigator (PI)
o Professional Counselor (CPC)
MSPM students, alumni, and their professional colleagues are invited to participate in a PMP study group organized by a local group planning to sit for the PMP exam in April 2013. Details are below regarding the group’s activities in the Tysons Corner area of Virginia.
The group is also organizing a PMP boot camp with Project Weavers the week of March 18-22, 2013. Contact the event organizer, Jennifer Brezovic, for details on the study group and the boot camp at 814-270-0079 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PMP Study Group
The group will meet for the next study group session on Thursday, February 21, from 6-9pm in the Tysons Corner area, exact location TBD. The sessions will feature various PMP-certified mentors:
PMP Boot Camp
Project Weavers will offer a custom PMP Boot Camp for the group the week of March 18-22, 2013. Matthew Weaver, PMP, President and CEO of Project Weavers, will facilitate the boot camp, which also provides the 35 hours of PDUs required for the PMP application. A second boot camp may be offered April 1-5, 2013 for those looking to sit for the exam before July. 15 registrants required for boot camp to run.