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Ohio University SHRM Chapter
Trainers: Current Advisor and officersTrainees: Incoming officersWhat: Training of the incoming officersWhen: Spring quarterWhere: Student Center
Sandwiches and drinks
Increase the "We Feeling" or cohesiveness of the group
Each incoming officer will be able to answer the following questions after completion of this training session
Individual agenda for each office
How do you reserve a meeting room?
Who needs to reserve the lounges in Student Center?
Who is the student contact person at the SHRM National Headquarters?
When proposals are presented, who is the audience?
Who must approve the concept for the proposal?
What are three things, as the president, that you can do to increase membership in the organization?
How do you run a successful meeting?
Position: VICE PRESIDENT
What is the major responsibility of the Vice President?
How is the merit award achieved?
What do you need to do in absence of the president?
How do you effectively direct committees?
How do you ensure that the committees are performing their duties?
Where do you go to handle the financial affairs of the organization?
How much are the dues for the organization?
How do you go about reimbursing the members of the organization?
How do you keep track of the financial status of the organization?
What is the major responsibility of the secretary?
Who is the COB contact for student organization web pages?
What are two things that the secretary must do at each meeting?
Position: PROGRAM CHAIR
What is the major responsibility of your office?
How many speakers are you required to bring in per quarter?
How many tours are you required to organize?
What is your responsibility after the speakers attend the SHRM meeting?
What are the two necessary steps to determine when the speaker should come to the meeting?
Position: FUNDRAISING CHAIRPERSON
Who do you ask to generate potential fundraising ideas?
How do you go about getting donations for the fund-raiser?
What needs to be included in the records of the fund-raiser?
Who should receive a copy of the records?
Position: PUBLICITY CHAIRPERSON
What are three things that you can do to publicize meetings?
What is one way that you can recruit new members for the organization?
What are two additional responsibilities of the publicity chairperson?
Position: NEWSLETTER EDITOR
What do you need to do to ensure that all events are included in the newsletter?
What computer knowledge is needed to construct the newsletter?
Who should receive the newsletters?
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