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College Relations
 

College Relations promotes a mutually beneficial relationship between

SHRM Jacksonville Professionals and its SHRM Student Members

 

 

     

 


 Volunteers Needed: Professional Speakers

The SHRM Jacksonville Student Chapters are seeking Professional Speakers to participate in student chapter meetings, HR panel discussions and career development events. If you are interested in sharing your HR knowledge with the future of HR or have any questions, please email college@shrmjax.org place “Professional Speaker” in the subject line.

Speaker topics of interest include:

  • EEOC/Human Rights Commission
  • Effective resume writing
  • Learning Theory with T&D
  • FMLA overview
  • Recruitment Strategies/Selection
  • Networking workshops
  • Glass ceiling/women's pay vs men
  • Developing employees
  • Social Media and recruitment Legal Updates
  • Mentoring and Coaching in the workplace

 

  


Current College Relations Newsletter

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College Relations Employer Site Tour Program 

SHRM Jacksonville College Relations is seeking employers that will allow HR Students an opportunity to tour a corporate Human Resources department to gain insight in the field of Human Resources.  During the tour students will interact with different position levels and specialties and have the ability to ask questions in a Q&A panel format.  At the end of the tours, students will have a greater understanding of the field of Human Resources from a corporate perspective.

If your company is interested in participating in this program, please contact the College Relations Director at college@shrmjax.org.  

Employer Site Tour Program Details 

 


   

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10/24/2017
FSCJ Event: The Employment Process: What To Do and What Not To Do

11/2/2017
2017 November Master Series Chapter Meeting

11/6/2017
Webster University SHRM Student Chapter Event - How To: Leave An Impact On Your Organization