HR Virginia Impact Awards
Blue Ridge Human Resource Association, # 0667
Charlottesville SHRM, # 0024
DC SHRM, # 0025
Dulles SHRM, # 0466
Fauquier/Culpeper SHRM, # 0692
Fredericksburg Regional SHRM, 0417
Hampton Roads SHRM # 0102
Loudoun SHRM, # 0537
Lynchburg Regional SHRM # 0146
New River Valley SHRM, # 0277
Northern Virginia SHRM, # 0324
Peninsula Chapter of SHRM, # 0726
Prince William SHRM, # 0740
Richmond SHRM, #017
Roanoke Valley SHRM, # 0082
Shenandoah Valley SHRM, # 0126
Southside Virginia SHRM, # 0587
Southwest Virginia SHRM, # 0430
Winchester Area SHRM, # 0446
Your Chapter Volunteer Role
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Select each category for which you are applying for an award.
Professionals - Initiatives that support and promote professionals with HR responsibility to be successful business leaders. Activities may be related to SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification/recertification, competency-based professional development, or skills development including student initiatives to support the future of the profession.
Advancing the HR Profession - Initiatives advancing the HR profession by creating awareness with or supporting key constituents including workplace, government and regulatory representatives, employers, schools, media and the community at large. Activities may be outreach and awareness programs, government or public affairs, raising funds and supporting the SHRM Foundation’s annual initiative to build inclusive organizations, or focus on key issues such as inclusion, diversity, or workforce readiness.
Community Enhancement - Initiatives providing programs and services that support SHRM, meet members’ needs, or further the chapter or state council efforts. Activities may include efforts to foster member engagement, retention and acquisition, volunteer development and recognition.
Thrive - While the award will still be selected by the President, please share how your chapter dealt with the challenging times in 2020. You may have assisted young professionals entering a turbulent job market, raised funds/items for those in need in your community, moved meetings to a virtual environment for your members, offered resources to HR professionals displaced from employment, planned a free virtual conference, or added/expanded diversity and inclusion to your chapter programming and discussions.