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Fall Meet and Greet Night

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Join us at our Fall Meet and Greet Night – November 14, 2013

Register Today!

Philly SHRM’s Emerging HR Leaders group is for individuals with 0-8 years of HR experience, including current college students interested in working in HR after graduation. Join us at our Fall Meet and Great Night to enjoy networking with your HR peers while sharing insights and support. You’ll have the opportunity to meet new people in a relatively similar stage of their HR career and build a network for future opportunities! Registration includes fun networking opportunities, great food and one drink ticket (good for beer or wine).

Where: Tavern on Broad
200 S Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

When: Thursday November 14th, 2013

Time: 5:30pm – 8:30pm

Cost: $20 Member, $25 Non-Member, $20 Students

Click here to register.

Student Mentoring Program

>>Philly SHRM Student Mentoring Mentee Application<<

This a highly competitive pilot program with an opportunity for only 10 students and 10 mentors. The deadline for applying is 9/25/2013!

>>Student Mentoring Program<<

This is the first year and first semester of this pilot mentoring program. Collaboration with Temple SHRM is ideal – well established student chapter, students, advisers, and faculty are all interested. Philly SHRM support from the Emerging Leaders Committee and beyond is critical for the programs success and evaluations. What we learn – success and problems will guide us in refining and expanding the program in future years

The goal is to match mentors with mentees where the relationships will be comfortable and rewarding for both mentor and mentee and create a network of mentees and mentors. To expose mentees to the Philly SHRM Emerging HR Leaders Committee to create awareness of Philly SHRM and encourage continuing affiliation with the Chapter. Also to help mentees achieve their specific goals while building their coaching and leadership skills of the mentors.
The Mission of the Student Mentoring Program is to unite students majoring in Human Resources with young HR professionals for guidance, advice, and interaction for an enhanced perspective of transitioning from classroom to the workplace.

Send application to Lane Tita