Now through February 28, 2014, former Everblue students have the opportunity to win a free seat to our Project Management training. This course prepares students to earn Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification!

To participate, all you have to do is submit a video discussing your experience in your last Everblue course - it's as easy as that! Full contest instructions can be found here: http://www.everblue.edu/show-your-love.

If you want to be entered for a chance to win the free training course, you still have two weeks to submit a video!

What is PMP Certification?

PMP Certification is a highly sought-after credential for individuals in an organization who are responsible for executing projects effectively and efficiently. The PMP designation demonstrates to employers that you carry proficiency in business skills like organization, communication, and prioritization. These are skills that employers covet because these are the skills that see projects from start to completion. There's nothing more attractive to an employer than someone who can initiate positive change in an organization and see the project through to completion. These types of initiatives help to further the company and oftentimes save the company money.

Project management is a family of skill sets that transcend industry. Whether you work in the construction field, real estate, healthcare, manufacturing, or in a Fortune 500 setting, project management skills can greatly add to your work ethic and your resume. In fact, a 2009 PMI Project Management Salary Survey indicated that PMP-certified project managers reported a $10,000 salary advantage over their non-PMP-certified counterparts.

Take advantage of this exclusive opportunity to win a free PMP Certification course! That's an $1895 value!

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