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Oke Yusuf Olawale in Nigeria completes Project Management Research Internship

 

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Project management student at Federal University of Technology Akure completes research internship for PM World Library

12 July 2016 – Dallas, TX, USA and Abuja, Nigeria – PM World has announced that Mr Oke Yusuf Olawale has completed his project management research internship for the PM World Library (PMWL).  Yusuf began his internship in February and completed the program on 31 June 2016.  See his intern profile and research results at http://pmworldjournal.net/university-interns/oke-yusuf-olawale/

160215 - OKE YUSUF - PHOTO 150xOke Yusuf Olawale (pictured) is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in Project Management Technology at the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), Ondo State, Nigeria. Yusuf is an active member of the International Project Management Association Young Crew (IPMA YC Nigeria) and also a registered member of the IPMA Nigeria known as Project Managers Development Association of Nigeria (PMDAN).

During four years of his academics pursuit, Yusuf has held titles such as Judge of the FUTA Students’ Union (FUTASU), Education and Training Officer, and Presently the Project Director at IPMA YC FUTA, Nigeria.  He also participated in the 2015 Global e-Collaboration Competition (GeCCO 2015).

The PMWL project management research program was launched in late 2015 to offer project management students the opportunity to conduct research and identify new resources for the library in exchange for recognition, visibility, five years of free access to the library, and introductions to others around the world.  To learn more about this program and the dynamic students who are participating, go to http://pmworldjournal.net/university-interns/

According to David Pells, PMWL managing director, “Yusuf was very active, researching various project management education and technology topics, providing new resources for the library at least once per week.  He often submitted multiple research results.”

Yusuf stated, “I am very interested in project management, so this research internship was both interesting and useful.  My professors liked the idea and I’ve learned a lot about project management around the world, just by exploring the pm world library.  I appreciate this opportunity.”

Pells added, “We are gaining more readers and library members in Nigeria, partially due to Mr. Olawale’s efforts.  He identified project management programs at several Nigerian universities, about which most people in the world knew nothing.  We thank him for his research and great contributions.”

In addition to visibility and credit for their contributions, interns receive a Certificate of Completion and Letter of Recommendation on successful completion. To learn more, go to http://pmworldlibrary.net/students/ and scroll down to internships. Interested students, professors or university representatives can contact [email protected].

In addition to the research internships, all students can receive two years of free PMWL membership.  Go to http://pmworldlibrary.net/who-gets-free-basic-access/ or contact [email protected]

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