Mentors Share Vital Skills

Published: October 09, 2018
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Thanks to the Denver Project Management Institute (PMI), SkillsUSA members from the Center for Communication Technology at Thomas Jefferson High School received project management mentoring plus training in ProjectLibre software. PMI members taught SkillsUSA students globally recognized guidelines for project management. Projects created to PMI standards included a golf handicap phone app, a prototype 3D turbocharge system, interactive gaming apps and a website developer tool. For addressing essential elements in SkillsUSA Framework category of Technical Skills Grounded in Academics, the chapter earned the 2018 Model of Excellence distinction through the SkillsUSA Chapter Excellence Program.

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