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Volunteers Needed for RWHRMA Committees! 

Getting Involved 

Getting involved with Raleigh-Wake means you are joining a team of highly motivated HR professionals. This networking will enhance your membership experience. Professional & personal demands often place limitations on volunteer participation, so Raleigh-Wake has volunteer opportunities ranging from short-term commitments to positions with varying term or time commitments.

As a 100% volunteer lead chapter, over 100 individuals donate their time and energy in serving our RWHRMA membership. Thank you to everyone who has volunteered your time to bring us quality programs!

If you would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities and are available to assist, please contact the Volunteer Director, Josh Foster

 

Opportunities within RWHRMA

We are looking for volunteers like YOU! Here are some key areas of need within the chapter.  All teams can always use more support but here are some positions that need to be filled immediately.

     - Communications Team: Co-Sponsorship Director

     - Community Service Team: Dress for Success Liaison

     - Community Service Team: Coat Drive Chair

     - Membership Team: Social Chair 

     - Programs/Communications Teams: WebEx Ambassador (seeking on-site support at monthly chapter meetings; requires average level of tech savviness!)

     - Community Team: Military Liaison (We are working with a few agencies and have some new resources available to help transitioning service members find jobs in the civilian world.  This is meaningful and fulfilling work that will be greatly appreciated by our Chapter and community!)

 

If you are interested in these or any opportunities please contact the Volunteer Director, Josh Foster

 


Volunteers Needed for Workplace Violence and Situation Awareness Training

 

Two volunteers are needed to assist with registration at this April 5th event.  Click here for more information on the event.  Please contact Kim Mills if you are interested in volunteering.

 


Xtreme Beginnings 2017 - Volunteers Needed!

Xtreme Beginnings, a School-To- Career project endorsed by RWHRMA and the Wake County Public School System, is seeking volunteers to help with our 17th annual initiative. This event is for WCPSS 10th and 11th graders and approximately 750 students will be in attendance.

Date: Thursday, April 6, 2017
Location: NCSU McKimmon Center
Time: 8:45 – 12:00

We are in need of approximately 90 practice interviewers who would be willing to help with practice interviews. A practice interview provides students with an opportunity to test out their interview skills with someone who is not evaluating them for an actual job. Students are interviewed for approximately 20 minutes from a professional who can provide them with feedback on whether or not their responses are suitable and also provide tips on their resume.

To register for this event, please complete the online registration form by going to http://tinyurl.com/wakexb2017

Registration DEADLINE is Friday, March 31, 2017.

 


Volunteers are needed to help with the 5th Annual SHRM Foundation 5K on June 3, 2017. Planning committee members are needed as well as day of volunteers.  Please contact Danielle Check-Smith if you are interested in learning more.  

 


 

  

Dress for Success – Triangle is in need of volunteers for several of their services including Career and Image Coaches at their Durham and Raleigh locations.  Image Coaches help women with choosing professional attire for interviews/employment and Career Coaches help women with resume writing as well as developing interview skills.  Coaches typically volunteer for a 3 hour shift once a week, twice a month or once a month during the following hours:

Raleigh: Tues & Wed, 9am-4pm, Thurs 12:30pm-4pm, 2nd Sat. of the month 9am-4pm and Durham: Tues & Thurs, 10am-4pm, Wed, 10am-1pm, 3rd Sat. of the month 10am-4pm.

If you cannot commit to a set schedule of coaching, there are other areas to help with as well:

· Assist with mock interviewing/coaching through the Going Places Network Program

· Help prepare for and work at one of their sale days (approximately 5 times a year). 

· Volunteer in the warehouse to help with sorting, tagging, and organizing donations

 The next volunteer training/orientation is scheduled for August 6th, 10am – 12:30pm or August 23rd, 10am – 11:30pm.  Please contact Catherine Bullock if you are interested in learning more about these volunteer opportunities.

  



 

 

The RWHRMA Workforce Readiness Committee routinely has other volunteer opportunities available to serve our community.  Please click here to view current volunteer needs! 

 

 


 


 

HR Assistance Program

The HR Assistance Program is seeking volunteers for the Raleigh-Wake partnership with the NC Center for Non-Profits, which offers Center members pro bono HR expertise from the RWHRMA members. To sign up, please complete and submit the attached form.



Executive Service Corps of the Triangle

Seeking seasoned HR professionals with time to volunteer and a passion for helping non-profits in their communities. If you are interested in volunteering with ESC as a pro bono HR consultant, please visit their website or or email Trudy Smith, Executive Director, for more information.



Triangle Board Connect

Consider becoming a board member for a local non-profit. Triangle Board Connect (a project of ESC) is an online service that matches professionals who wish to serve on a non-profit board with the organizations in need of their expertise. Click here to learn more or email Marbet Cuthbert.


 

 

 

Volunteers are needed to join the planning committee for the 2016 RWHRMA SHRM Foundation Fun Run 5K and the RWHRMA Family Fun Day on June 25th! 

Are you organized and experienced with planning events? Do you have community contacts to help us gain sponsorship? Are you able to help market our run in a large grassroots effort?  Our annual Fun Run 5K continues to grow each year and this year it will be timed! We hope 
to have a compelling ground force to get all runners/walkers and all around active individuals participating in our event! In addition to our annual Fun Run 5K, we hope to host a “Family/Community Fun Day.” This plan is still very early in the works, all ideas and inputs are welcome. We are leaning towards picnic, booths, games, and more! But we need your help!Please contact Danielle Check-Smith if you are interested in helping.

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