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The Rising Professional & Student Chapter Committee is responsible for building relationships with college faculty to create new student chapters and connecting with rising professionals new to the HR industry.

     
Number of Volunteers Needed 2-3 per existing student chapter; 2-3 focused on Rising Professionals
 Reports to Director, Member Engagement (Board position) via Rising Professional & Student Chapter Chair
Qualifications Richmond SHRM member
 Skills Developed HR knowledge, leadership, teamwork, organization, coordination, networking, mentoring, relationship building
 Approx. Hours per Month 3
 Annual Hours

Annual Planning Session: 4

Quarterly Planning Sessions: 6 (1-2 per quarter)

Assist Student Chapter Chair with developing existing chapters: 15

Assist Student Chapter Chair with creating relationships with target colleges to add new chapters: 6

Various conference calls or ad hoc meetings: 4

The Rising Professional & Student Chapter Committee supports student SHRM members and converts them post-college to RSHRM members. The comittee also supports rising professionals who are early in their HR career.

Existing Student Chapters:

The Committee builds relationships with the faculty and students in RSHRM’s existing student chapters. It develops a sustainable method for engaging students and integrating students into RSHRM, understanding that the needs of each student chapter may be as different as the students in the program and may vary over time within the same student chapter based on student needs. Each student chapter will have 1-2 dedicated volunteer liaisons that will attend student chapter meetings, interact with faculty, mentor students, and introduce students to RSHRM chapter members. Support student chapters who participate in SHRM’s regional/national case competitions.

New Student Chapters:

The Student Chapter Committee is responsible for building relationships with college faculty to create new student chapters.

This Committee typically meets annually to build objectives for the year and briefly each quarter to ensure that plans are on track. Members will interact with other leading SHRM chapters to learn/share best practices for developing student chapters and connecting with rising professionals.

Committee members will also participate in any required follow up afterward such as a Committee debrief.


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