Section 1. Membership in this organization is voluntary and shall be open to any eligible person interested in furthering the purposes of the organization. Membership shall be open to all eligible persons without regard to race, creed, color, age, sex, marital status, national origin, religion, or physical or mental disability.
Section 2. Membership in the Chapter requires membership in PMI. The Chapter shall not accept as members any individuals who have not been accepted as PMI members, and shall not create its own membership categories.
Section 3. Chapter members may vote in Chapter elections as well as run for office per the election guidelines established for that election. For purposes of definition, a vote is counted as a returned ballot from a member in good standing within the stated time period, or a default proxy vote as defined on the ballot for the given issue being presented.
Section 4. Member shall be governed by and abide by the PMI Bylaws and by the bylaws of the Chapter and all policies, procedures, rules, and directives lawfully made thereunder, including but not limited to the PMI Code of Conduct.
Section 5. All members shall pay the required PMI and Component membership dues to PMI and in the event that a member resigns or their membership is revoked for just cause, PMI or the Chapter shall not refund membership dues.
Section 6. Membership in the Chapter shall terminate upon the member’s resignation, failure to pay dues or expulsion for membership for just cause.
Section 7. Members who fail to pay the required dues for one (1) month or greater shall be delinquent and their names shall be carried by the Chapter in a delinquent status until removed from the official membership lists by PMI. A delinquent member may be reinstated by payment in full of all unpaid dues for PMI and the
Section 8. Upon termination of membership in the Chapter, the member shall forfeit any and all rights and privileges of membership.
Section 9. Chapter Member’s information is for official PMI Augusta-Aiken Chapter, Inc. use, as well as individual communication of a networking nature by PMI members and potential members. Use of this information for personal gain or providing this information to other organizations or individuals for any private, commercial or political mailing is strictly prohibited.