PMI Tulsa Chapter Scholarship

PMI Tulsa is offering two individual scholarships in the amount of $1,500. Applicants must be enrolled in or applying for an accredited two year associate's degree or four year bachelor's degree program. For the two-year degree program, applicants must also be enrolled in or applying for a Project Management Certificate Program. For the four-year degree program, applicants must be enrolled in or applying for a degree program in project management or a related field of study benefitting from project management. In addition to the criteria noted above, applicants will be reviewed with the following order of priority:


- A member of the PMI Tulsa Chapter or an immediate family member (including spouse, children, step children and grandchildren but not cousins, aunts, or uncles) attending or planning to attend any two- or four-year accredited college or university
- A resident of Northeastern Oklahoma attending or planning to attend any two- or four-year accredited college or university
- An individual attending or planning to attend a two- or four-year accredited degree program at a college or university in Northeastern Oklahoma
- Any individual attending or planning to attend any two- or four-year accredited college or university in Oklahoma

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