PMILIC, Stony Brook University and Total Systems Education, Ltd. Partnership

PMI LIC – Stony Brook University – Total Systems Education partnership

Continues to help Long Island’s Project Managers and Business Analysts return to the work force!  With about 300 Long Island residents in the program since March, with more on the waiting list, the program has been labeled as extremely successful in helping our community!

The program is expanding to reach individuals throughout the state who also qualify for funding under the National Emergency Grant.  The New York State Department of Labor has received funding under a National Emergency Grant (NEG) to provide assistance to individuals dislocated as a result of a mass layoff or closing at specific financial service businesses.

Individuals who were dislocated from one of these 31 employers  after May 31, 2008 may be eligible for assistance under this federal grant.  Those individuals who are interested in learning more about the training opportunities available under this grant should download this survey, complete it and email it with their resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Questions about this grant can also be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For information on how to enroll in the Project Management Certification course, contact the Suffolk County Department of Labor One-Stop Employment Center at 631-853-6600.

Course pricing is being finalized, but note that all Long Island PMI Chapter members receive a 10% discount per class!

Stony Brook University: www.licet.org
Total Systems Education, Ltd.: www.totalsystemseducation.com

For the list of Stony Brook courses click here.

Stony Brook Manhattan
Stony Brook is pleased to offer an additional location for Project Management and Business Analysis classes, especially if you are qualified under NEG funding.  You can now take advantage of classes being offered at Stony Brook Manhattan, located at 28th Street and Park Ave. South.  If you are qualified to attend training under the NEG funding (even if you ARE NOT a resident of Long Island) you should attend the SBU Project Management Information Session on Tuesday, September 1.  Follow the link for registration information:

Project Management Information Session

       Stony Brook Manhattan
       387 Park Avenue South
                                  Please Enter Through 101 East 27th Street

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

No Charge


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