Open Volunteer Positions

Become an integral part of SHRM-Atlanta and take on a Leadership role!

  • Do you want to learn new skills that can help make you more successful in your career?
  • Do you want to gain leadership experience that you can’t get in your own organization? 
  • Are you ready to develop deeper relationships with your HR peers and demonstrate your skills?
  • Do you want to give back to the HR community? 
  • Do you want to earn recertification credits while having FUN?

SHRM-Atlanta offers countless opportunities to contribute your time and skills towards making an impact on both your career, the HR profession, and your community! Volunteer* with SHRM-Atlanta today!

*To be eligible for all volunteer opportunities, you must be a current SHRM-Atlanta member.


Leadership Roles Available

NEW for 2019, we will post various Volunteer Leadership positions that become available and invite all SHRM-Atlanta members that meet the eligibility requirements to apply. Current openings include:

Chair, Scholarships and Fundraising

  • Applications are due by December 10, 2018. 
  • Click here to view the role description and application guidelines. 

 

Chair, Featured Events

  • Applications are due by December 10, 2018. 
  • Click here to view the role description and application guidelines. 


Chair, Dress For Success - Workforce Readiness & Community Volunteerism Team

  • Applications are due December 10, 2018.  
  • Click here to view the role description and application guidelines. 

 

Chair, Friends of Refugees  - Workforce Readiness & Community Volunteerism Team

  • Applications are due December 10, 2018.  
  • Click here to view the role description and application guidelines. 

 

Chair, WorkSource Georgia - Workforce Readiness & Community Volunteerism Team

  • Applications are due December 10, 2018.  
  • Click here to view the role description and application guidelines. 

 

Marketing – Copy Writer

  • Applications are due by December 14, 2018
  • Click here to view the role description and application guidelines.

 

Other Ways to Get Involved

Committee Positions Available

SHRM-Atlanta ’s Volunteer Leadership Team (VLT) is comprised of 6 main areas in which you can get involved, with over 150 volunteers lending their talent and expertise on more than 28 committees and teams. 

 

21st Century Leaders - Committee Members

21st Century Leaders is a collaboration of business and professional leaders inspiring high school students to take on leadership positions, explore career opportunities, and give back to their communities by connecting them with a diverse group of enthusiastic peers, passionate professionals and powerful ideas, transforming their skills, attitudes, and abilities through training and hands-on experiences.  As a committee volunteer, you will help SHRM-Atlanta provide brief job readiness workshops and help screen high school candidates for 21st Century’s signature summer program.

Click here to apply and learn more >>

 

Junior Achievement of Georgia - Committee Members

Every year more than 30,000 middle school students from metro-Atlanta have the opportunity to take part in JA BizTown and JA Finance Park, an interactive learning experience where students take part in a simulated economy and take on the challenge of fueling a business.  As a committee volunteer, you will help plan SHRM-Atlanta’s involvement in our JA Volunteer Days, where our members coach a small group of students through their day to help bring the simulations to life.

Click here to apply and learn more >>


WorkSource Georgia - Committee Members

WorkSource Georgia offers a number of career, education, and training services to help participants prepare for and obtain work. As a committee volunteer, you will help SHRM-Atlanta partner with WorkSource Georgia on its summer programs to promote job readiness for young adults, ages 17-25. 

Click here to apply and learn more >>


Dress For Success - Committee Members

The Mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.  As a committee volunteer, you will help with SHRM-Atlanta’s involvement in the organization’s job preparedness, employment retention, and career advancement programs & services.

Click here to apply and learn more >>

 

Friends of Refugees - Committee Members

According to the 1951 Geneva Convention, a refugee is a person with a well-founded fear of being persecuted and is unable or unwilling to return to their home country.  Once refugees are approved for resettlement in America, they only have 90 days of support.  Friends of Refugees provides long-term care and services to help refugees settle and find employment in the metro-Atlanta area.  As a committee volunteer, you will help SHRM-Atlanta’s support the Friends of Refugees Career Hub, which offers job readiness workshops, resume reviews, and mock interviews.  Note:  All refugees in the program can speak English.

Click here to apply and learn more >>


 

View all Committee Positions

 

‘Team SHRM-Atlanta’ Community Volunteer Opportunities

SHRM-Atlanta partners with various community organizations throughout the year that are in need of HR expertise and support.  Volunteering with “Team SHRM-Atlanta” provides an opportunity to network, demonstrate your HR skills, and give back to the Atlanta community in a meaningful way. 

Learn about Community Volunteering