Volunteering with us is easier than ever!

The PMI Sydney Chapter (PMISC) would like to welcome you to get involved!


PMI Sydney Chapter 2023 volunteers event


Who can volunteer?

Anyone can volunteer with PMI Sydney Chapter. However, to make the most of this experience, you should become a current member of the chapter. If you are not a PMI member, join now or if your membership has lapsed, renew your membership.


What is the Volunteer Engagement Platform (VEP)? 

Our advertised roles are visible on Volunteer Engagement Platform (VEP).

The VEP is an integrated volunteer web application and database provided by PMI.org that is available to current and prospective volunteers. VEP offers many exciting capabilities for you, such as:

  • Create a volunteer profile and maintain your service history in one easy place
  • Search and apply for posted PMI volunteer opportunities at the global and local level

Use your PMI registered username and password to login to VEP.


How do I get started? 

1. Review our advertised roles on Volunteer Engagement Platform (VEP).

2. If none are available, register your interest to volunteer at PMISC using the PMISC Volunteer Expression of Interest form to improve your relationship with us and the PMI community.

3. Once you have submitted the Volunteer Expression of Interest form, our PMISC Volunteering team members will reach out to you and support you throughout your onboarding journey with PMISC as a volunteer. 

What areas can I volunteer in?

There is always an opportunity for those who wish to excel in Project Management to join as volunteers for the PMI Sydney Chapter. We are constantly looking for people to assist with a diverse range of activities, including:

  • Academic Outreach e.g. coordinate engagements with universities, development of strategies and academic events
  • Events e.g. organising, planning, monitoring of PMISC meetings, coordinate with speakers, member registration
  • Infrastructure & Technology e.g. delivery of technology migration, support/maintenance of tech platform
  • Marketing & Communication e.g. spreading the words on what PMISC is about, developing marketing campaigns
  • Membership e.g. drives member contact, membership retention, delivery of campaigns
  • Mentoring e.g. become a mentor, organise mentoring program, onboarding of mentor/mentee
  • Professional Development e.g. plan/organise educational courses, quality assurance of course delivery
  • Special projects e.g. Project Management Day of Service (PMDoS)
  • Volunteering e.g. driving strategies for needs of volunteers e.g. recruitment, recognition, retention, relationships
  • and much more...


How do I notify PMI Sydney Chapter that I can no longer volunteer?

It is easy by completing the PMI Sydney Chapter Volunteering Off-Boarding form. We welcome your feedback on your volunteering experience at PMI Sydney Chapter.

Our door is always open to you whenever your circumstances change and wish to return as a Volunteer.