Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Marymount University Chapter – Society for Human Resource Management (MU SHRM)

The Marymount University Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) chapter is a non-profit organization of Human Resource students and alumni dedicated to providing professional networking opportunities between Marymount students, alumni, SHRM members, and professional organizations within the DC/VA/MD area. We partner with the Alumni Relations Office, Career Services, Student Government, and the administration in order to enhance and deepen our professional network within the community. We are an inclusive group that believes in building relationships both within and outside the HR industry.

Membership and Participant Benefits

Membership is open to all Marymount students who are interested in the human resources field. Many Human Resource Management students participate as do undergraduates often in the fields of management, business, and psychology. Though we recommend members join the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) at the reduced student rate, there are no membership fees and all our Chapter events are free.
  • Monthly Newsflash
  • Chapter Events
    • Educational
    • Networking
    • Volunteer
  • Alumni Network
  • Leadership Opportunities

2018– 2019 Events

  • September 20: Best HRM Practices for Millennials and Generation Z by Dr. Bianco-Mathis and Benefits of SHRM Membership by Sarah Keiper, Marymount SHRM Chapter President
    • 5:30 – 7:45pm
    • Ballston Center, Second Floor Open Conference Area
    • Register Here
  • November 15: Presentation by Al Lewis - Bestselling Healthcare Author, Joint Program held by WACABA and Marymount SHRM Chapter
    • 6:00 – 8:00pm 
    • Ballston Auditorium, 1st floor
    • Register Here 
  • January 31: Happy Orange Project Event
    • 5:30pm – 7:45pm 
    • Ballston Center, Second Floor Open Conference Area
    • Register Here
    • Flyer
  • March 28:  Panel Event – 2020 Trends in Employee Engagement: Cultivating the Future Workplace
  • April 29: Open HR Discussion Forum 


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Human Resource Management (M.A.)

Human Resource Management (M.A.)