We were thrilled that back in November, Peter Pepper, Project Manager here at Methods, reached the finals at the Association for Project Management (APM) Volunteer Achievement Awards!
The APM ‘Education Volunteer of the Year’ award looked at volunteers who have made the most significant contribution to education outreach events throughout the year, including:
- volume of activities delivered
- range of activities delivered
- diversity of audiences engaged e.g. school, university, influencer, media used.
The awards set out to recognise and reward the invaluable contribution volunteers make to the success of APM – a chartered membership organisation that raises the profile of the project profession and seeks to challenge the status quo, all whilst setting the highest of standards.
Peter is an avid volunteer regularly presenting at APM students events across the country, where he takes the students on a career journey, discussing his path into project management, and providing them an introduction to Methods and the type of engagements a Project Manager in the public sector works on.
Peter is a mentor, committing to make a difference and supporting students by providing real job insights, and educating them on an career in tech.
Well done Peter – thoroughly deserved recognition.