BALTIMORE, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- CPSI is proud to serve as a Gold sponsor for the 2010 PMI Baltimore Chapter Bishop-Kloch Scholarship Fundraising Golf Tournament. The fundraiser will be held at the Waverly Woods Golf Club in Ellicott City, Maryland on Friday, October 1st. This yearly event is held to finance the Bishop-Kloch Scholarship Fund. This scholarship is awarded to an aspiring project manager in need of monetary educational assistance.
As one of Baltimore's largest Information Technology staffing organizations, CPSI has extensive experience in sourcing highly skilled I.T. talent and then putting them to work for companies across the Mid-Atlantic region.
"Organizations like the Baltimore Chapter of PMI nurture the talent base necessary to pioneer advancements in I.T. and project management. CPSI is in the market to find that talent, and match it with employers looking to fill their ranks with the best and brightest. We are happy to be part of this event, and help PMI reach their goals," said CPSI CEO, John Eckenrode.
CPSI is a Mid-Atlantic IT Consulting and Staffing Provider for the Commercial, Federal, and Clinical/Scientific sectors. We have over 25 years of experience in delivering the right people by the person, team, or project. Our clients range from Mid-Market companies to Fortune 500 enterprises. To learn more about CPSI, please visit www.cpsi-md.com.
The PMI Baltimore Chapter is a not for profit organization dedicated to educating project managers and promoting professionalism in project management. Our Mission is to provide a forum for professional project managers to promote the principles of the Project Management Institute (PMI). The Baltimore Chapter has partner with PMI's Educational Fund to leverage the financial benefit of combining the resources of all of PMI Chapters.
About the Bishop/Kloch Scholarship
Designed to support the PMI Baltimore Chapter membership's dedication to the field of project management, the PMI Baltimore Chapter has established the Bishop/Kloch Memorial Scholarship Fund. Bob Bishop and Joyce Kloch were founding members of the PMI Baltimore Chapter. Both had a vision of advancing project management practices through the education of current and future project managers. This tuition scholarship program assists qualified students in obtaining degrees from accredited academic institutions of higher learning in the field of project management.
SOURCE CPSI, Inc.