Tuesday, April 5th, 2016

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Please join us for our Diversity Professional Development Series “Careers in Color”. It is our goal to provide networking & professional development opportunities for students of color. No RSVP required. Look forward to seeing you there! Please share

Build you Brand Workshop

Facilitated by Mark Kaloko

Wednesday April 6, 2016



Panel and Networking event

Thursday April 7, 2016


Walk Auditorium, Ritter Hall

***Free Food J

SHRM Events for the week of April 4th – 8th


Good Morning everyone, hope you had a great weekend.
Here are the events for the week:
Wednesday, April 6th – Banquet Prep
This week’s meeting will be preparation for the annual SHRM Banquet this Friday. Please bring your enthusiasm to help get everything ready for the banquet!
SHRM Banquet
This Friday will be the annual SHRM Banquet. The banquet will be in the 7th floor MBA Commons from 12-2. Check-In will start at 11:30, this event is business professional.
Relay For Life
Relay for Life is happening at Temple University on April 8th. Registration
is *$10 per person* up until this date. If you choose to pay at the door,
the price will increase to $20 per person. If you are interested in
attending, *please sign up through this link* to join the *TUSHRM* team!


Not only is this a great cause, but it is an amazing opportunity to spend
time with your fellow members! If you have any questions please reach out
to Logan Brunkhurst at tuf19003@temple.edu.

Mock Interviews
On April 21st there will be mock interviews that you can help conduct at TU’s Community and Entertainment Center, located on Cecil B. Moore next to 7-11. To participate, please email Jennifer DeWitt at tue55842@temple.edu. There will be a short training session on April 14th from 5 – 6.
Semester Membership
If you are interested in semester membership please contact Phuong Nguyen
at tud08114@temple.edu. Registration is $30 and will count for this
semester, as well as 60 HRM points!
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Questions? Click on the “HR” button at the bottom of the page to go directly to our website, TUSHRM.org, or ask any officer! Contact information is listed on our website under the “officers” tab. ​