With September in full swing, it means a return to campus for students. And, for some, it means getting ready for year with their SHRM student chapter. Student leaders are perusing their 2013-2014 Student Chapter Merit Award planning guide in an effort to not only provide quality programming and services to interested students, but to earn recognition for their efforts as well.
Some of the critical components for the success of a student SHRM chapter include a dedicated advisor, a supportive professional chapter (with a dedicated liaison), and State Council support. From assisting student chapters with speakers sharing insights on the HR profession to providing mentors or financial support, SHRM volunteers play a crucial role in developing student leaders and future HR professionals.
With that in mind, here are the questions for the College Relations #SHRMChat
Q1 - What are the benefits of working with a SHRM student chapter?
Q2 - What are you, your professional chapter or State Council doing to support your SHRM student chapter?
Q3 - What are the biggest challenges you face in working with a SHRM student chapter?
Q4 - What could SHRM be doing to help address those challenges?
Q5 - Based on tonight’s discussion, what is one thing you will do to help your student chapter this year?
Per usual, our chat will take place at 8PM EDT, 7 PM CDT, 6 PM MDT and 5 PM PDT on the second Tuesday of the month (in this case, September 10, 2013).