Thank you for landing on our San Diego SHRM volunteer page. We hope that you have an interest in volunteering with SDSHRM. Our members’ generous contributions of time and talent have played a huge role in making San Diego SHRM successful. We work closely with our volunteers to support, promote and develop the human resource field in our community. Volunteers gain experience in HR and foster professional relationships. In addition, our volunteers enjoy the satisfaction of helping advance the interests of those who manage the human assets of businesses, agencies and organizations.
As work and personal obligations often affect our members’ ability to volunteer, San Diego SHRM offers opportunities ranging from short-term commitments to annual positions. Get in the spirit of volunteering for rewarding experiences that yield both professional growth and personal satisfaction.
All volunteers must be a member in good standing of San Diego SHRM.
If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out the Volunteer Registration Form.
For more information contact San Diego SHRM at 866-632-1492 or email email@example.com.
San Diego SHRM Volunteer Opportunities
Conferences & Events
San Diego SHRM volunteers are needed to serve in a variety of capacities, from planning and publicity, to registering attendees. One of our most exciting volunteer opportunities is the Workplace Excellence Awards, an annual ceremony where dedicated professionals gather to recognize and reward the best in Human Resource practices.
Go to the Events section to see what’s coming up on our calendar this year!
Are you interested in speaking at an upcoming San Diego SHRM event? San Diego SHRM is looking for experienced speakers to present at our upcoming events. Events include, but are not limited to: monthly programs, collaboration events, conferences and our annual Law Day event! If you wish to volunteer as a speaker at an upcoming event, please complete the Speaker Form.
SDSHRM's Holiday Party planning is under way. The only thing missing is YOU!
Volunteers are needed for:
The Workforce Readiness Committee connects in-transition HR professionals with peers, veteran’s organizations and emerging professionals from SDSU Student Chapters. SDSU and San Diego SHRM share a vision of support for students pursuing their HR Management careers by offering various complementing professional development and networking experiences. Sign up to volunteer today and indicate the Workforce Readiness Committee and you will be directed to the VP of Workforce Readiness straight away.
Looking for greater involvement? Join one or more of San Diego SHRM’s Active Committees! With so many rewarding areas to choose from, you’re sure to find a place where your talent and expertise can benefit San Diego’s HR community. Click here to complete a volunteer form.
Are you ready for a leadership role? Consider volunteering your time as one of our Board Members. This year-long commitment is vital to keeping the organization at the forefront of the Human Resource field. The San Diego SHRM Board of Directors defines its critical role within the organization as:
Upholding San Diego SHRM's vision, purpose and values;
Setting the broad policies, direction and priorities of the organization;
Ensuring that San Diego SHRM has highly effective leadership;
Providing fiduciary oversight; and
Maintaining the integrity of San Diego SHRM services and products developed for the benefit of our members.
Contact SD SHRM at 866-632-1492 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the Board.
Help lead the SHRM-S/CP and/or PHR/SPHR certification prep classes. Facilitators receive a small stipend for their time and up to 20 HRCI credits.
St. Vincent de Paul Employment and Housing Services
St. Vincent de Paul Employment and Housing Services provides professional skills training and job-seeking support to enable residents to secure permanent employment with local businesses. Clients on the Career Track receive both rapid education and rapid training to compete in today’s evolving workplaces. Specialized job training in their popular Culinary Arts and Security Programs are available. A Community College instructor is on site daily at their facility to teach Vocational Education and GED classes. Employment and Housing Services instructors, interns and volunteers teach weekly classes in resume writing and interviewing.
WEEKLY CLASS LIST
DAY OF WEEK
8:30am – 10:30am
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
12:30pm – 3:00pm (bi-weekly)
Monday & Tuesday
8:30am – 11:00am
Thursday and Friday
now for Volunteer Orientation. Orientations are held the first Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m., call (619)
645-6411 for more information or to volunteer visit http://www.svdpv.org/volunteer.html.
Career Transiting Assistance Program (CTAP)
CTAP is an educational program that is offered to transitioning veterans for free. CTAP’s ongoing workshops, taught by volunteers who are working HR Professionals, meet the needs of the transitioning military veteran through eight interactive and content-rich workshops every month. CTAP provides practical job seeking tools and techniques such as résumé writing and interviewing skills that transitioning military veterans and their spouses need to obtain and retain a successful civilian career. CTAP’s goal is to have every program graduate placed in a new career, which will provide steady and appropriate income for themselves and their families.
San Diego SHRM members can volunteer to assist with the Career Transition Assistance Program (CTAP). On-line registratiom can be found here, http://ctapsandiego.org. Questions should be directed to Janis Whitaker at email@example.com or 760.659.0334. All classes are held at VANC building, 1617 Mission Ave Oceanside, CA 92057. Volunteer and connect with peers as well as a diverse network of community partners. Volunteer and build your HR skills while earning HRCI credit through delivery of HR specific programs. Contribute to the needs of the community by serving San Diego’s Unemployed and Homeless Veterans.
Share Your News!
San Diego SHRM encourages members with media experience or HR expertise to provide authoritative, credible knowledge to business and workplace stories. We welcome any article or event submissions from our members for press releases and our monthly newsletter, The RESOURCE.
-Submit your article or news release, preferably as a Microsoft Word document, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
-Newsletter Article: 600-word maximum
-News Release: 800-word maximum
All submissions must meet with editorial approval and are not guaranteed publishing.