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Am I too young to want to pursue a career in Project Management? I'm 22 but passionate and bent-on making this my career..how do I go about pursuing this?

Would like information on the route to take, like what to study, what certification should I go for? Am I eligable?
asked 10 years ago by anonymous

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To take either the CAPM or PMP exam, you need a combination of work experience, training, and knowledge (as measured by an exam).  There are many avenues and nearly every college offers some form of project management education.  I got my start with a company that offered on the job training.  So I think your next step is to download the certification handbooks from PMI.org, see what the requirements are, then determine a course of action that will help you meet them.  You might also start networking at your local PMI Chapter (and you can find that at PMI.org as well). Good luck -- keep us posted on your progress and post any additional questions.
answered 10 years ago by sdcapmp (45,840 points)

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