Here are some steps you can follow to become a project manager:
Start by earning a bachelor's or associate degree. The more you specialize in your education, the easier you will enter the industry of your choice.
Then, get experience. Project managers often start as an assistant or coordinator and get promoted. Experience is an asset on your resume.
Get certified. The most recognized project management certification is provided by the Project Management Institute (PMI). If you want to work in the construction field, the Construction Management Association of America and the American Institute of Constructors offer certification programs.