Welcome to Tampa Bay PMI's Volunteer Portal!

Get Involved ... Make a Difference ... Be a Volunteer

Thank you for showing an interest in volunteering your time, skills, and talents for the Chapter!

What We Do

The Tampa Bay Chapter focuses on creating educational and professional opportunities for the benefit of the Chapter members.  The success of the Chapter is only possible through the efforts of our volunteer members. Their dedication and commitment are what keep the Chapter going.

We always need volunteers to join our team as the Chapter continues to grow and broaden its services to our member community. You can volunteer as an elected Vice President, a member of the Board of Directors, a team member working in a specific area, or to help with an individual event.

Reasons to Volunteer

  • Opportunity to effect change and to initiate improvements
  • Personal and professional growth by sharing your talents and giving back to the chapter
  • Opportunity to work with other professional project managers from many organizations
  • Great social events (chapter meetings, conferences, seminars, certification training, recognition programs, etc.)
  • The knowledge that what you are doing has a positive long-term impact
  • Opportunity to expand your leadership skills
  • And of course, earn PDUs while doing it.

All members of the PMI Tampa Bay Chapter are eligible to volunteer. In addition, South Florida University students may volunteer at any event held on campus.

Volunteer Opportunities

All Volunteer opportunities are published through the Global PMI Volunteer Engagement Platform (VEP). Use the VEP to search and apply for volunteer opportunities.


Four Levels of Volunteering with PMI Tampa Bay

Executive Board Officers

Elected by the membership, this group provides overarching governance to the Chapter.

Board Directors

This group consists of volunteers who are appointed by and report to the Vice Presidents. Directors lead specific areas within the Vice President's area. Directors may have committees or teams reporting to them.


These members are appointed by VPs or Directors and work on specific ongoing tasks and/or special projects.


Individuals work at events such as Chapter Meetings, Networking Events, PMP Prep Class, PDDs, or the annual Symposium. Volunteers may also work on one-time or special projects such as a website update or process improvement project. 

These roles offer flexibility as they require a commitment only for the specific events you sign up to work. They are a great opportunity to meet new people and get started as a volunteer for the Chapter. 

Please consider joining us as a fellow volunteer.

Speaker's Bureau


PMI Tampa Bay Florida Chapter Speaker's Bureau is a resource listing provided to help Specific Interest Groups, Colleges and other PMI's Chapters to identify speakers/presenters for knowledge sharing and educational activities. The objective of this group is to identify a pool of quality presenters who would speak on various issues like strategies for effectively managing projects/teams, best practices, troubleshooting techniques, planning for PMP certifications etc. These activities can vary from professional development days to webinars, seminars and dinner meetings. The actual bureau listing is provided exclusively to PMI's Component Organizations, and is not shared with the general PMI membership, corporations or other parties. However, speaking engagements relating to project management and the PMI organization by speakers on the resource listing is welcomed at PMI Components, Businesses, Networking Groups, High Schools/Community, and Higher Learning Institutions. Participation in the Speaker's Bureau is limited to presenters who are willing to speak at Component and Community events on a pro bono basis.

The benefits to the speakers are considerable and are listed below:

  • By participating in this program, you will help strengthen the project management community
  • Develop and enhance personal public presentation skills
  • Earn up to five (5) Professional Development Units (PDUs) for speaking at one of these or other Component events
  • Demonstrate support for PMI chapters, Specific Interest Groups and colleges
  • Broaden your professional network

 Potential Speakers

The potential speakers for PMI Tampa Bay Florida Chapter are required to provide the following information:

  • Complete contact information with PMI and other references to validate the speakers speaking skills
  • PMI being a non-profit organization, speakers must be willing to speak on a pro bono basis with the exception of any travel related expenses
  • PMI Atlanta is restricted in distribution of official representatives of PMI's component organizations and will not be provided for use by PMI membership and other parties
  •  Speakers must consistently verify their contact information periodically to the associated PMI Director

 To Become A Speaker in the Bureau  follow these simple steps:

Contact Information

VP of Programs