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    Careers In-Transition

    Provides professionals in transition with networking opportunities and support as they seek employment opportunities within their profession.


    Provides timely and comprehensive information about programs, workshops, and other matters of interest about the chapter.  Manages the HRMA website, administers the e-mail and coordinates social media activity.


    Keeps membership informed of issues impacting diversity by providing programs, disseminating information, and hosting awards. Promotes diversity among membership and within HRMA leadership.

    Early Career HR Professionals Group (ECP)

    Brings together Human Resources professionals who are early in their careers in a casual setting for networking, mentorship, education, career growth, future leadership opportunities, and community building.


    Coordinates the logistics of monthly membership meetings, including locating and arranging facilities, menu selection, reservation management, name badges, and check in.

    *HR Professional Certifications

    Seeks to increase the number of chapter members who are certified through the Society for Human Resource Management as SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP's. Furthermore, we support certified professionals by providing programming that is approved for both SHRM and HRCI credits.

    *Legislative Affairs

    Monitors pending legislative, regulatory and legal action at the federal, state, and local level that may have an impact on the management of human resources. Informs members of impending changes and encourages active participation in shaping legislation impacting the HR profession.


    Seeks to increase chapter membership via outreach activities and manages the on-boarding process for new members.


    Plans programs for chapter meetings including arranging for speakers to present on topics of relevance to the HR profession.

    *SHRM Foundation

    Educates, promotes, and represents the interests of the SHRM Foundation and its activities to the Chapter.


    Identify and acquire sponsors for chapter meetings and events and advertisers for website who are willing to assist the chapter financially in return for an opportunity to promote their product or service to members. Conduct benchmarking and networking activities necessary for creating a viable sponsor program. Serve as the focal point for advertising and coordinate requests and delivery.

    *College Relations

    Ensures mentorship of the two student chapters forming a liaison between HRMA and the students and provides a scholarship program to recognize outstanding student achievement aligned with HRMA professional goals.

    *Workforce Readiness

    Works in cooperation with workforce readiness advocates to identify community needs and develop programs the HRMA can deliver to assist with workforce readiness.

    The * signifies SHRM Core Leadership Areas (CLAs).