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Our Two Local SHRM Student Chapters

SHRM Student Chapter #5204 is affiliated with Wright State University, located in Dayton, Ohio. It is associated with the Department of Management and International Busines, Raj Soin College of Business, and Wright State Human Resources and Management Club.The Faculty Advisor for the College Relations Committee is Dr. Kim Lukaszewski, Assistant Professor. She can be contacted at kim.lukaszewski@wright.edu.

SHRM Chapter #5473 is affiliated with Edison Community College, located in Piqua, Ohio. It is associated with the Business Department and the Faculty Advisor is Shirley Moore. She can be contacted at smoore@edisonohio.edu.

MVHRA is the SHRM Affiliate Chapter sponsor for the Wright State University and Edison Community College SHRM Student Chapters. Student Chapter members and students from other colleges and universities who are interested in HR are encouraged to become members of MVHRA and to participate in meetings and activities at discounted prices.

The MVHRA College Relations Committee actively works with the local SHRM student chapters to provide programming and opportunities to connect with our members. Contact a committee member to find out more about getting involved contact us.

Benefits

MVHRA student members receive numerous benefits including networking, job opportunities information, resume bank, mentoring, and scholarship opportunities. Once a year, the MVHRA College Relations Committee coordinates the offer of a MVHRA $500 Student Scholarship Award to both undergraduate and graduate students pursuing careers in the field of Human Resource Management.

Want to work with the Edison Community College and Wright State University Student Chapters? (click here)

At the state level

The SHRM Ohio State Council College Relations Committee chairman oversees the yearly Ohio SHRM Student Conference. All participating national student chapters are encouraged to sponsor a conference for student members, faculty, and professionals in their respective states. Student members are also encouraged to attend the SHRM professional state conferences each year.

At the national level

Wright State University and Edison Community College Student Chapter members are encouraged to seek student membership in SHRM. The SHRM Student Services membership program was created to "promote mutually beneficial interaction between HR students and practitioners." Among the many benefits offered to student members are subscriptions to HRMagazine and HRNews bulletin, invitations to attend the national SHRM Student Conference, student awards, grants and scholarships.

For more information

For more information on the MVHRA Student Chapters or the College Relations Committee, contact the current committee chair.

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