Membership Qualifications
 

The MetroWest Human Resource Management Group (MWHRMA) is a volunteer driven organization that focuses on professional development and job enrichment for those working in human resources and management fields. The Association provides monthly educational and informative programs to help the busy professional learn and share ideas with their peers.

Additional opportunities exist to build professional and management skills, acquire reaccreditation hours towards PHR and SPHR designations, and establishing a strong network of human resource professionals by adding your talents and expertise to the needs of the Association by volunteering.

The Association welcomes anyone whose responsibilities encompass human resource functions; management, administration or consulting services and is willing to support the Association's mission and goals. While the Association is a strong forum to build effective networks of like professionals, we must also emphasize that active solicitation of our membership is not acceptable.

You can download our application or request additional information by e-mailing us at membership@metrowesthrma.com.

Not a member of SHRM yet? Join today and take advantage of discounted MWHRMA membership and meeting dues. Click Here and remember to use the code 0118 when applying.

To designate the Metrowest HRMA as your local chapter please complete the Primary Chapter Designation Form. Click Here.

Which type of membership is right for you?

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Individual Membership

  • Individuals who are accepted as members are considered Regular (voting) Members of the Association.
  • The current membership dues are $100.00 per year.
  • A 25% discount (to $75.00) is provided to individuals who are members of the Society for Human Resource Management and/or to those individuals whose employer maintains a membership in the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce.
  • A special SHRM Member Annual Package fee of $369.00 will cover annual dues and regular seminar fees.
  • A student who is enrolled in college/university is charged a discounted annual fee of $10 to be affiliated in the student chapter/MWHRMA. 

MEMBER BENEFIT:  HR CERTIFICATION INSTITUTE CREDITS

The HR Certification Institute is an internationally recognized certifying organization for the HR profession. More than 115,000 HR professionals worldwide maintain the HR Certification Institute's credentials as a mark of high professional distinction. Each year they must earn continuing education credits in order to retain their credentials.

One of the great benefits that MWHRMA offers members is the ability to receive HRCI credits for attending our monthly meetings. Prior to each seminar, MWHRMA submits the speaker and content information to HRCI. Then HRCI approves the program and authorizes credits based on the length of the meeting. We inform our members that the seminar is approved for credits. At each meeting, we provide a signed certificate listing the credit information that members can take home with them and submit directly to HRCI.

 

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Corporate Membership

  • The annual fee for a corporate membership is $399.00.

  • The corporate membership provides for one (1) regular (voting) member, voting membership for any employee who is also a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and maintenance of a mailing list for other employees you designate to receive materials and notices sent to regular and voting members.

  • In addition, the corporate membership allows any employee of the member company to attend monthly meetings at the member fee. 


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MetroWest HRMA Certification Recognition Program

Deeply-discounted student membership is offered to anyone currently attending a two- and four-year institutions offer mentoring, internships and student SIGS for pre-professionals.

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