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Volunteer

    Members have the opportunity to give back to the organization by holding a board position or volunteering on committees or special projects.

    As a volunteer leader, you will gain new skills, become an integral part of your HR community, increase your career options, enhance your network, make new friends, hone your leadership skills…and much more. We welcome applications and inquiries from anyone who demonstrates leadership qualities and is committed to the mission of our chapter. If you have additional questions after reviewing the volunteer information, please contact the chapter President at president@pwshrm.org or President Elect at presidentelect@pwshrm.org.

    THE IDEAL VOLUNTEER LEADER

    Has a passion for the HR profession, demonstrates leadership skills, possesses excellent communication skills, and enjoys working as part of a collaborative team. In addition to the reward of giving back to the HR profession, volunteers have the opportunity to earn credits toward SHRM and HRCI re-certification:

    • A Board Member earns re-certification credits for each 1 year term with restrictions:
      • 5 SHRM Professional Development credits per 1 year term calculated on an annual basis.  Maximum of 15 SHRM PDCs calculated for the 3 year re-certification period.
      • 10 HRCI credits per 1 year term.  Maximum  of 30 HRCI credits calculated for the 3 year re-certification period.

     

    • A Committee Member earns re-certification credits for each 1 year term with restrictions:
      • 3 SHRM Professional Development credits per 1 year term calculated on an annual basis.  Maximum of 9 SHRM PDCs calculated for the 3-year re-certification period.
      • 2.5 HRCI credits per 1 year term. Maximum  of 7.5 HRCI credits calculated for each 3 year re-certification period.


    VOLUNTEER AS A BOARD MEMBER

    In order to successfully accomplish our goals and continue to deliver quality programs, we strongly encourage chapter members to volunteer.  Each fall we recruit for the upcoming year's Board.  Members interested in joining for their first year in a particular position are required to submit a Board Member Self-Nomination form

    Board Position Descriptions

    For 2019, the highlighted positions are open.  All other positions have current incumbents who have expressed interest in returning next year; however, any chapter member may apply for consideration for a position except President and President-Elect.

    • President
    • President-Elect
    • Secretary
    • Treasurer
    • College Relations & Workforce Readiness
    • Community Relations
    • Government Affairs
    • Marketing & Communications
    • Membership
    • Programs
    • Sponsorship
    • Summit Director
    • Technology
       

    VOLUNTEER ON A COMMITTEE

    The following committees need assistance throughout the year to ensure the success of our chapter. If you would like to participate, submit a Committee Member Self-Nomination form

    Committee Descriptions

    • Finance
    • Marketing & Communications
    • Sponsorship


    Thank you for your consideration of giving back to Prince William SHRM and the community at large.