Become a Professional SHRM Member. Enhance Your Career.
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Graduating SHRM student members may upgrade to professional membership at a special 50% discounted rate, so $104.50 this year and next year (compared to professional dues of $209.)
You’ll get immediate access to all of the professional member benefits and extend your membership 12 months.
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Whether you’re starting your first job or already working in the HR field, you'll be able to utilize SHRM's resources to enhance your career:
A Valuable Professional Network. Connect with 285,000 members around the world through our member directory, SHRM Connect social networking site and face-to-face events.
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Learning Opportunities. View FREE live and archived webcasts. Save big on conferences, seminars and certification preparation programs.
Launch Your HR Career with the SHRM Certification. Show potential employers that you are prepared for a successful HR career by achieving your SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
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Student to Professional Membership Upgrade Information
The SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition is being held in Las Vegas, NV, June 23-26, 2019.
Tucson Student Chapter Newsletters
SHRM Student Membership Online Application links:
The SHRM Student Chapter of the University of Phoenix--Phoenix Campus contributed $25.00 to the SHRM Foundation on February 1, 2019..
Phoenix Student Chapter Newsletters:
The SHRM Competency Model
The SHRM Competency Model provides the foundation for talent management throughout the HR lifecycle and helps organizations ensure that HR professionals are proficient in the critical behaviors and knowledge necessary to solve today's most pressing people issues and strategies.
For more information about the SHRM competency model, please see the information and resources here:
The SHRM Student Chapter of the University of Phoenix--Tucson Campus contributed $25.00 to the SHRM Foundation in September 2018.