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Each state and designated territory within the United States is governed by a state council, headed by a state council director who is automatically a member of one of the seven regional councils. State councils provide a structure for key volunteer leaders in the state to consult together on the affairs, activities, needs, and problems of the Society in the state (or territory) and to adopt programs to promote the progress and welfare of the Society as a whole, including providing channels of communication between chapters, state councils, and regional councils; services to members of the human resource management profession within the state, and leadership training at the state level. To learn more about State Councils, go to
/chapters/councils.asp.Professional Chapters The Society has a growing network of more than 575 professional chapters and 400 student chapters across the United States. Professional chapter presidents are automatically a member of the applicable state council. Chapters provide:
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