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Maryland State Young Adult Project Management Training and Career Coaching
"A project manager's job is not limited to a particular industry or sector. A skilled project manager can find positions in different industries,"
Ayman Nassar has over 25 years of experience in enterprise architecture, youth development and project/program management where he managed over $0.25 billion in projects. He has coached, taught and counseled thousands of youth and young professionals over the past 20 years.
The workshop will be broken down into multiple sessions starting January 9th. Participants will learn how to attain a stable career as a project manager which "is currently a high in demand position with the prediction to grow by $6.61 trillion, while having an average salary of $90,000," mentioned Nassar.
Attendees will also receive one-on-one personal career coaching and life skills as well as personalized career coaching in a group setting. Advice on resumes, linkedin profiles, and mock job interview practices will also be provided.
Upon successful completion of the program, participants will obtain both certificates of completion serving the prerequisites of Project Management Institute and referrals to project management jobs within the State of Maryland.
"Not only does this give a project manager exposure to different work scenarios and experiences, but [project management] provides good strategy towards job security when the economy takes a hit in one or more sectors and industries, or at a time when there is a global crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic."
Administrators and leaders from the public and private school systems, foster agencies, community leaders are encouraged to share this opportunity with young people they serve. For more information and to register for the program visit http://islamicleadership.org/
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