Competition Consensus Meeting

Ad illustration of chapter-level badges and enter date

Judges discuss their comments with their team members to determine the final ratings of each entry (Distinguished, Excellence, Merit, or no award). Lead Judges and Team Judges then choose the Best of Category for each of their categories.

Attendees: Judging Manager, Lead Judges, Team Judges, Entries Manager, Competition Manager.

Map and Directions: Directions to the Arlington Central Library

Parking: Parking is free on weekends and the library is walking distance from two Metro stations on the Orange line. Virginia Square station is 0.19 miles away and Ballston station is 0.25 miles away. Central Library has a 5-Minute Drop Off area in front of the Library on North Quincy St. Free 2-hour parking is available in the parking garage and surface lots near Central Library. Library patrons can request an extended parking pass from the Reference Desk. Parking passes are not necessary on the weekends.

Metrorail: Balston-MU on the Orange and Silver lines
Virginia Square on the Orange and Silver lines

(For all Metro stations, see the Metrorail Stations page. For a map of the station and surrounding neighborhood, click on the PDF in the Entrances / Evacuation Maps box. For the full Metro system of lines, see the Metrorail map.)

Contacts:
Ann Ray, Judging Manager
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Richard Bogacz, Competition Manager
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If you are unable to attend, please let Ann Ray know as soon as possible.

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We Need Competition Committee Volunteers!

We are making plans for the WDCB 2016-2017 Technical Communication competition. We have a new competition manager, Richard Bogacz <email hidden; JavaScript is required>. Richard is looking for new volunteers who would like to help with this year’s competition.

The first position we need to fill is the entries manager, because we need to set up an entries mailing address for the opening announcement and flyers. Opening day will be 8 August 2016 and the deadline for entries is 21 October 2016.

Help Wanted graphic of hands in the airA list of all positions on the committee is at http://competition.stcwdc.org/competition-committee/

Committee positions to fill:

Entries Manager: http://competition.stcwdc.org/competition-committee/#ENTRY

Judging Manager: http://competition.stcwdc.org/competition-committee/#JUDMNGR

Recognitions Manager: http://competition.stcwdc.org/competition-committee/#RECMNGR

Awards Celebration Location Manager: http://competition.stcwdc.org/competition-committee/#BANQCOORD

Committee Meetings Location Manager: http://competition.stcwdc.org/competition-committee/#MTGS
(Make arrangements for the judge’s training and pickup meeting and for the consensus judging meeting.)

Be part of team—we need you!

To volunteer, send a message to email hidden; JavaScript is required or fill out the Volunteer Signup form at http://wdcb.stcwdc.org/about-us/volunteers/volunteer/

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Welcoming Jenny Staley, Membership Manager

In our last email, we put out a call for an interim Membership Manager. We were incredibly fortunate that Jenny Staley answered our call. She is currently serving in this role and will be on our ballot for Second Vice President in early April. You can find out more about Jenny at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennystaley

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Project Management Day of Service

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Project Management for Change, The Taproot Foundation, and the five DC Metropolitan Area Project Management Institute (PMI) chapters invite you to join the 2016 Project Management Day of Service (PMDoS) which is on Martin Luther King Day, 1/18/16, where Project Management Professionals (PMPs) donate their time and talents to local philanthropic organizations.

PMDoS will take place on Monday, January 18, 2016 (Martin Luther King Day) at the University of Maryland, Adele Stamp Student Union Building, College Park, MD at a single session from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

On Martin Luther King Day 2015, 400 PMPs came together to provide pro bono consulting to over 100 non-profit organizations serving our local communities. In 2016, we plan to double our impact, each PMP will donate 4-5 hours worth of consulting translating into 200 project plans and approximately 3,000 hours of professional services support!!. Please use this link: http://www.pmdos.org to sign up as a volunteer because all project managers are welcome to volunteer.

Thanks in advance for your support in helping to make this event a success for our communities.
Thank you for your interest and support.

Gabriela Cadena, PMP, CERT, ALB/ACB
PM Day of Service 2016 -Business Development and Marketing Team
PMI Montgomery County and DC Chapter

Visit: www.pmdos.org

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