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    Our entire Chapter is run by volunteers: some on an occasional basis, helping out with a meeting or special project; and others who are elected to two-year terms on our Board. The time commitment could be a few hours once, or a few or more hours each month.

    What is in it for you? Well here are just a few of the meaningful rewards you will realize by becoming a member.

    • Build upon your HR competencies!! You will gain access to local professional development opportunities to improve your HR competencies and advance yourself professionally!
    • Help shape the culture and future of the chapter by performing hands on volunteer work.
    • Reap the rewards and benefits of working with and learning from the many combined years of the Human Resource Professional experience from fellow HR volunteers.
    • Build out your network! Build more in-depth working relationships with the local network of professional members, fellow volunteers and HR service providers.
    • Enjoy a forum where your specialized skills/strengths can be put to beneficial use within a targeted volunteer role, share your knowledge and learn from others too. If you are not sure of your strengths and passions this is a great forum for us to assist you in identifying them!
    • Have the ability to build relationships of trust and hone effective interpersonal skills.
    • Gives you a forum to become a credible HR activist and be recognized for your efforts!
    • You will find purpose and meaning in your work!
    • Step out of the work place and learn to better manage your work/life balance and apply leadership skills accordingly.
    • Be recognized by external stakeholders as being engaged and involved in driving your human resources career through being connected as a volunteer within the GA GREATER HENRY SHRM CHAPTER National and local organizations.

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