GVCSHRM's College Relations Programs are committed to serving the 'HR Leaders of Tomorrow' by providing the tools necessary to educate and advance the HR profession, build strong and active student chapters, and provide career guidance.
Human resource students from across New York State competed in the recent New York State SHRM Student Case Competition. This “realistic job preview” enables team members to leverage their course knowledge and apply it to a real-life HR situation. During the competition, each team analyzed and solved a business case by preparing a 15-minute oral presentation, which required integrated HR thinking, ethical decision-making, and strong communication and presentation skills. Preliminary and final oral presentation rounds were judged onsite by a panel of certified SHRM members.
Five teams, comprised of undergraduate and graduate students from schools across the state, competed in the Case Competition on April 13, 2018 at St. John Fisher College. The winning team from was SUNY Geneseo, with Ithaca College taking second place.
“SHRM’s state-wide Student Case Competitions offer a unique opportunity for HR students to apply in-class learning to real-world HR scenarios and showcase their knowledge to seasoned HR practitioners,” said Susan Post, SHRM-SCP, east divisional director at SHRM. “These local events also enhance students’ perspectives on the value and importance of what it means to be a member of the HR community and career partners with SHRM as they embark on their HR professional pursuits.”
For more information about our SHRM Student Chapters, please contact Heather Knappen at HeatherKnappen@gvcshrm.org.
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Mitchell Hamline School of Law is offering its online 12-week Human Resources Compliance Certificate Program for human resources generalists and compliance specialists. This program offers professionals the opportunity to learn and use a model of compliance designed to meet organizational goals while addressing the professional’s duty of care; ethical, legal, and business decision-making frameworks; and responsibilities as a driver of change in an organization.
Mitchell Hamline School of Law is an independent law school accredited by the American Bar Association and not part of a university. The law school recognizes the certificate and students who complete the program do receive a certificate.
Participants will gain an all-encompassing HR view of how to approach risk management and compliance within businesses of all sizes and receive a broad perspective through the employment life cycle to enable them to apply compliance to their work. Our online learning management system is a flexible, interactive portal that offers online discussions, practical exercises, and collaborative activities that can be completed when they fit into participants’ schedules.
More information about course curriculum, faculty, and tuition can be found here: http://mitchellhamline.edu/hr-compliance/.
Cohorts begin on January 31 and March 28. Please contact Katie Kuehl at Katie.firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a 20% discount for GVC SHRM Members!