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    Volunteer positions available for:

    • All committees

    Volunteer Committees and Participation Interest Form

     


      Volunteer Board member positions available for:

      • Secretary (prerequisites apply)
      • Social Media & Website Committee Chairperson 

      Board Of Directors Guide and Participation Interest Form


      Check out our Committee Highlights.

      Where do you see yourself?

      Membership Committee

      The Membership committee is key to the continued success of our chapter. With a diverse range of responsibilities, this committee is responsible for new member orientatio, coordination of all volunteers, designing recruitment campaigns and increasing member retention. A desire to network, be a spokesperson in the local community and market the chapter and member benefits are key to this high profile committee.

      Government Affairs & Legislative Committee

      Tracks legislation which affects the HR profession. This may include workers compensation, FMLA, discrimination, etc. Circulates "calls to action" as needed to solicit participation from members and contact legislators.

      Diversity & Inclusion Committee

      Works to ensure diverse representation within the local HR Association. Provides input on diversity-related issues including member programs, speakers, etc.

      Workforce Readiness Committee

      This committee focuses on the two sides of workforce readiness: First, is ensuring new and returning workplace entrants are prepared to enter the workforce with the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities required to succeed in the workplace. Second is to ensure that the workplaces are productive by welcoming the new workforce.

      College Relations Committee

      Work closely with the next wave of Human Resources professionals! Manage college outreach efforts and any scholarship program, internship program or other initiatives developed by the committee for our chapter. Work closely with the Young Professionals committee.

      College Relations Committee

      Work closely with the next wave of Human Resources professionals! Manage college outreach efforts and any scholarship program, internship program or other initiatives developed by the committee for our chapter. Work closely with the Young Professionals committee.

      SHRM Foundation Committee

      This committee is committed to supporting the SHRM Foundations's mission is to mobilize the power of HR and activate the generosity of donors to lead positive social chagne impacting all things work. Read more about the SHRM Foundation at shrm.org/foundation.Read more about the SHRM Foundation at shrm.org/foundation.

      SHRM Certification Committee

      Professional designations set our members apart and represent their commitment to their craft! This committee promotes the SHRM designations such as SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP as well as HRCI’s PHR, SPHR and others. Help plan, promote, conduct or even facilitate segments of formalized study programs!

      Professional Development & Programs

      The heart of the chapter is our programming. Our programs committee is responsible for recruiting and scheduling quality speakers for the year, coordinating with other Chapter committee’s programming slates and maintaining our calendar of events. A flair for recruiting with a dash of sales and marketing thrown in will make this an enjoyable volunteer opportunity!

      Hospitality Committee

      A high-profile position, the hospitality committee is responsible for greeting and processing all attendees to our monthly program meetings, conferences, and events as well as promoting current initiatives, raffles, contests. If you enjoy meeting and welcoming people to our organization this is a great volunteer opportunity!

      Marketing & Public Relations Committee

      Key to our continued development as a chapter and a leading resource in the community is through promotion of the Chapter and recruiting Sponsorships and Business Partnerships! These efforts draw attention to our good works toward HR Professionalism. Do you have a flair for organizing special events, writing catchy press releases and a photographer's eye? If so, this is a fun way to volunteer!

      Young Professionals Committee

      Foster the growth and future of our chapter by engaging with our current and future members in a concerted effort to attract, engage and retain members early in their career. Weaving the diversity of young professionals in their 20’s and 30’s or “YP’s” into the organization. By engaging this member segment, our chapter will see continued growth, ideas and innovation within our chapter’s membership.

      Social Media & Website Committee

      This area of communications takes those who are tech-savvy and those who want to be and engages them to elevate the Chapter’s exposure and presence through various social media and web platforms, in an effort to compliment our overall communication portfolio. If you always had a burning desire to inspire, promote, write or otherwise communicate, this is a great start!