Southern New England Chapter of PMI

About Us


Hartford as viewed from Bushnell ParkThe Southern New England Chapter of PMI was established in 1983 to cover all of the Connecticut area as well as Western Massachusetts. In 2023, we will celebrate our 40th anniversary and at present we have over 1,600 members. Over 70 percent of our chapter members hold PMI's PMP (Project Management Professional) certification.


Most of our members work and live in the greater Connecticut and the Western Springfield area, covering a wide mix of industries and project professions.

We hold several meetings throughout the year, annual meeting, satellite meetings, roundtables, and special events. Many of these meetings are held in these locations, but not limited to – Hartford, Stamford, Shelton, New London, and Springfield, MA. Additionally, SNEC-PMI hosts an annual conference in either Hartford or the CT Casinos. This conference, which is considered among the best in New England and the Mid-Atlantic States, offers a full day of seminars and half-day workshops for 500 to 800 attendees each year.

Community and Professional Development

 Yale University in New HavenIn response to the local employment atmosphere and needs of our members, SNEC-PMI project teams have created a Job Search information and a Job Alert application to help connect project organizations to available employers. In recent years we've greatly expanded educational and networking opportunities, including offering PMP preparation and PM refresher courses. More than ever, we have a membership that is excited about expanding the dynamics or our organization and eager to participate.

Moving forward, ongoing opportunities to serve on the board of directors or one of several project committees can help to make SNEC-PMI one of the premiere professional organizations locally available.

We invite you to investigate our chapter further. Join us at one of our meetings, or explore  this web site for news and recent and upcoming events. The Membership area will provide examples of available resources.

To join SNEC-PMI, you must first be a PMI member. When you join the Project Management Institute you can select a local chapter. For more information on PMI, go to www.pmi.org.