NHRMA's 33rd Annual Student Conference & Case Competition

The HRMA conference planning committee has been plotting, planning, and tirelessly working to bring the 2015 NHRMA Student Conference to Portland. Caterers have been booked and keynote speakers have been secured for this weekend of education and enrichment. 

Registration has begun and spots are filled on a first come, first served basis so don't miss out on this great opportunity. Get your spot while you can!

For registration and further details on this exciting event, visit the NRHMA website!

2015 Fundraising Campaign and Go Fund Me Account

Announcing the launch of our official 2015 fundraising campaign! 

PSU HRMA members represent the future of the HR profession and we need your support! Due to the fact that PSU will be hosting the NHRMA Student Conference and Case Competition this April, in lieu of our traditional fundraising events, we are hosting an online fundraising campaign instead. 

Money raised will support professional development, give students a chance to attend the 2015 SHRM conference, and help fund the Drew Lippay Scholarship.  

Visit our Go Fund Me page and show your support by donating the amount of your choosing. There is no minimum donation and every contribution helps. With your support, we can turn today's HRM students into tomorrow's professionals. 

Big things in store: NHRMA Case Competition

Last week we put our heads together to plan for the NHRMA Case Competition. 
PSU HRMA officers 2015

PSU HRMA will be hosting the 2015 competition on Friday, April 17th and Saturday, April 18th. 

Officers are already hard at work rounding up volunteers, securing key note speakers, and arranging meals and accommodations for the out-of-town guests set to arrive this April! 

It's a big job but, in addition to being  awesome, we are up for the challenge! 
Newly elected VP of Programs, Justin Hochstrasser demonstrates he's ready for the case competition!

Elections and Planning Meeting this week!

February 18th is an important date! We need a new VP of Programs and member votes count toward electing the right candidate. The person we elect will be able to take on student-requests for meeting topics and then connect with members of our community to find suitable speakers. 

Another important topic on the agenda includes planning for the NHRMA conference. If you are interested in going to Vegas this year, you'll want to be a part of this planning process.

See you this Wednesday!