Department of Management
Resources and FAQ's
The Society for Human Resource Management student chapter at Fresno State was founded in 1980 with the mission of creating a positive learning environment for human resource students while providing them with professional development, networking, and volunteering opportunities. SHRM holds meetings with scheduled programming designed to help members learn more about the field of human resources and business. The student chapter is run primarily by elected student officers with the assistance of faculty advisers.
The student chapter is affiliated with the national Society for Human Resource Management, which is a professional organization for human resource professionals. This affiliation provides students with access to Fresno's local SHRM chapter, Central California Society for Human Resource Management (CCSHRM), events. Students attend monthly CCSHRM luncheons, mixers, fundraisers, and conferences. The connection with CCCSHRM has proven to be an invaluable resource for students. Through the professional connections made at these events, many students have expanded their network and found job and internship opportunities.
SHRM at Fresno State holds general meetings once per month throughout the school year. These meetings are opportunities for students to get information about the club’s current activities and listen and ask questions to guest speakers, who are generally professionals in the field of human resources. Outside of the general meetings and CCSHRM events, the club holds fundraisers, socials, and volunteer events for students to participate in.
If you are interested in learning more about the SHRM Student Chapter at Fresno State, please feel free to take a look at our social media listed below. If you have direct questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
SHRM Website: https://www.shrm.org/
Location: Henry Madden Library - 1st floor, near the main entrance.
FRESHMAN GE ePORTFOLIO REQUIREMENT
TRANSFER GE ePORTFOLIO REQUIREMENT
If you started attending Fresno State as a freshman or transfer student in Fall 2018 or more recently you are required to submit to the GE Program Portfolio for specific General Education areas.
You will automatically be enrolled in a GE Program Portfolio Canvas course to complete this requirement where you'll upload artifacts that were previously assigned in specific GE courses (assignments such as papers, recorded speeches, PowerPoints, quizzes, presentations, analytical essays, etc.).
GE Program Portfolio Requirement
Freshmen will submit an assignment from every GE course they take at Fresno State and write three reflections of at least three hundred words.
Transfer students will ONLY submit assignments from the three upper-division GE course that they take (IB, IC, ID) and write one reflection of at least three hundred words.
Students will not submit assignments to GE Areas for which they have AP, IB, Exam, or Transfer Credit and will just ignore these areas in the GE Program Portfolio.
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