YSU SHRM Chapter Presented with Superior Merit Award
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The Society for Human Resource Management at Youngstown State University has received that association’s Superior Merit Award.
Among the opportunities the YSU chapter gives students is working with industry professionals through events like HR Shadow Day.
“Our events and meetings give students learning experiences that emphasize professionalism, career development and the business skills necessary to become successful in the field of Human Resource Management,” said Kimberly Pleva, the chapter’s faculty adviser and a lecturer at the university.
Johnny C. Taylor Jr., SHRM president and chief executive, added: “Today’s members of our student chapters are the HR leaders of tomorrow. They are the movers and shakers of the future, and we cannot understate the vital role they play in SHRM’s success. The YSU SHRM chapter is evidence that the future of HR is, indeed, in good hands. I applaud their accomplishments and ability to fiercely move forward during a time of such change and uncertainty in the workplace.”
Providing education, certification and networking to its members the Society for Human Resource Management has more than 300,000 members in 165 countries.
Source: YSU News
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.