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Membership Information

    MHRA - Mid-Willamette Human Resource Association (#202) is comprised of HR professionals located throughout  Linn and Benton Counties. The MHRA Chapter #202 is a 100% chapter meaning that in order to belong to our chapter, membership to SHRM is required. The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. The Society serves the needs of HR professionals and advances the interests of the HR profession. Founded in 1948, SHRM has more than 285,000 members in over 165 countries and more than 575 affiliated chapters.Every person who joins our Chapter must also be a member of SHRM.

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    Once you’ve joined SHRM, complete the MHRA Membership Application

    When the Chapter designation form is completed, you can email it to our Membership Chair; Jill Sharp at or you can bring it with you to the next MHRA Chapter meeting. 

    The purpose of our chapter is to provide a local forum for your personal and professional development; provide an opportunity to develop your leadership, managerial, public speaking and group decision-making skills; provide a local networking arena; and to provide a focus for legislative attention to local, state, and national human resource management issues.

    Benefits of becoming a Mid-Willamette Human Resource Association (MHRA) member:

    * Monthly Chapter Meetings with Current HR Topics

    * Paid Breakfast at Monthly Chapter Meetings

    * Networking Opportunities with HR and Business Professionals

    * Local, Regional and National Conferences for HR Professionals

    * MHRA Website 

    * Job Bank

    * Diversity Information

    * Legislative Information

    * HR Certification Credits

    * Added to the MHRA email list and receive the latest information


    For questions about membership, please feel free to contact our Membership Chair; Jill Sharp at