Student Member Benefits
The SHRMJC Chapter welcomes student members and affiliate student chapter advisors at area universities and colleges. Whether you're a college freshman exploring the idea of a career in Human Resources or a graduate student just months away from completing your advanced degree, it's never too early to jumpstart your career. SHRMJC offers you the opportunity to set yourself apart from other college students entering the Human Resources profession.
As a Student Member, you are eligible to take advantage of our SHRMJC member benefits. Several options, which are particularly attractive to students include:
- Reduced fee for attendance at our monthly chapter meetings. Supplement your college coursework by attending our monthly meetings where HR practitioners present on real world topics related to the HR field. Student Members pay only $10 - $15 for each presentation, which includes a full meal!
- Network directly with HR professionals and recruiters. You'll gain a foot up on the competition when it comes time to get that first job through knowing our members and interacting with them on a personal basis.
- Explore career and internship opportunities through our SHRMJC Career Center. Learn about actual, and often exclusive, HR opportunities before your competition. Bring and share your resume with recruiters and hiring professionals at our monthly chapter meeting resume table. Speak, face-to-face with actual hiring managers. This could be the best strategic career move you ever make!
- Join a SHRMJC committee. Work directly alongside practicing HR professionals and consultants working for some of the largest employers in the region. Get an inside peek into actual offices and gain an inside look at different operating cultures while learning and contributing. It'll be great for your resume and your own personal development.
Join SHRMJC as a Student Member today for a special price of $10 annually!
Student membership is available to any individual who qualifies for the following:
- Actively enrolled as a full-time, degree-seeking candidate in an HR-related undergraduate (12 credit hours per semester) or graduate (9 credit hours per semester) degree curriculum at an accredited university of college.
- Must not be employed or, must not be working on a full-time basis, in an exempt human resources or other professional position.
- Must not be eligible for membership in a SHRMJC HR Practitioner, Consultant or Lifetime Member category.