(For more information, please consult the current
or contact the the Degree Programs Center at 916/278-6771)
Note: With advisor approval, students may also elect to take one of the following: ECON 150, MGMT 139B, 160, or PSYC 169.
One from the following:
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
Where People Make The Difference
WHAT IS HRMA
HRMA (Human Resources Management Association) was established in 1973 by Dr. Irving Herman, Ph.D., CSUS. HRMA is an official student chapter of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), the world's largest association of personnel managers with over 85,000 members worldwide. It is also closely affiliated with the Sacramento Human Resources Management Association (SHRMA). These affiliations provide a powerful networking tool.
HRMA is an exciting and friendly club that provides fun socials, trips and weekly meetings.
HRMA is a great place to meet students faculty and business professionals.
HRMA is a forum for practicing your leadership skills by becoming an officer and/or participating in HRMA functions and socials.
HRMA is a powerful tool to learn more about:
In most cases, the only education you will receive in the area of Human Resources Management at CSUS will come from a single class. Non-business students rarely encounter this topic. A successful manager in today's work force needs a concrete understanding of Human Resources Management. HRMA informs you of the new innovations in the field and lends insight into some common problems being experienced by human resource professionals.
SCHOLARSHIPS / INTERNSHIPS
Internships give students an opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in their respective careers. HRMA informs its members of internships as well as scholarships.
MENTORSHIPS / NETWORKING
HRMA's mentorship program, established in 1994, is designed to guide students in their career paths and foster learning by allowing them to develop a relationship with a professional in the human resource field. The people that you meet through HRMA can become professional allies in your challenging quest for permanent employment after graduation.
Leadership experience is one important asset employers look for on resumes. As a HRMA officer, you can demonstrate your leadership abilities to those who can influence your career development. By assuming an active role in planning, organizing and implementing HRMA activities, you can obtain recognition from potential employers and others, and stand out from the mass of students with which you will soon compete for employment.
Fall 2002 Officers
Roma Rones Martinez