Program posted by: Development Project Management Institute (DPMI)
Posted on: September 24, 2012
Under the guidance of internationally renowned development practitioners, students will spend three weeks in an intensive professional training program that prepares you for a career in international development. Past participants include graduate students, development practitioners, career-changers, and those interested in expanding their professional skill-set in the areas of strategy development and facilitation.
In a highly interactive, student-centered community, DPMI will help you develop the skills you will need to design and monitor development projects. The program combineshands-on team-based learning,and classroom instruction in three modules:(1) Managing Development Projects, (2) Facilitation and Participatory Development, and (3) Strategic Partnership and Social Entrepreneurship.
Who: Current professionals, graduate students, and career-changers
When: January 7-25, 2013 (Monday-Friday)
What: Three-week certificate program in international development project management
Where: Monterey Institute of International Studies, A Graduate School of Middlebury College, located in Monterey, California
How: Register at http:go.miis.edu/dpmi by October 31, 2012
Cost: $2,500 for materials and instruction; Partial - scholarships available.