Launched in 2007, the Wideman Education Foundation (WEF) is an autonomous volunteer organization created to promote sound project management principles and skills, especially among young people.
WEF is dedicated to attracting individuals into the project management profession and helping them develop the organizational and leadership skills they will need to succeed in today’s job market.
The competition is open to students who are enrolled in Wideman Education Foundation (WEF) approved training courses.
Competing teams are encouraged to select a project that delivers value to their communities.
The Wideman Prize is an annual competition designed to help young people develop the leadership and organizational skills needed to succeed in the modern workplace. The winning team is awarded a cash prize and the right to represent themselves as “Wideman Prize Winner” on their resumes.