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SHRM Certification and Re-certification Scholarships

    July 16, 2018
    •         SHRM Recertification Scholarships
      •    $100 to cover SHRM Recertification Application Fee (20 Scholarships)
      •    Deadline: September 1, 2018
    •          Certification Scholarships-Winter Exam Window
      •    $750 to cover SHRM Certification exam and/or preparation (SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP) (220 scholarships, w/20 reserved for members engaged in veterans or aging workforce issues)
      •    Deadline: September 1, 2018

    Recertification Scholarship Eligibility

    ·         Current SHRM member (Professional or student membership must be active when applying and throughout the year in which you receive the award.).

    ·         Meet eligibility requirements for SHRM Re-certification.

    ·         Hold a valid SHRM certification

    How to Apply

    Complete online application including:

    ·         Contact information

    ·         Short answer questions about volunteer/career experience

    ·         Program budget and funding

    ·         Current resume

    Selection Criteria

    ·         40% Work experience/progression (HR involvement & future career plans)

    ·         40% Volunteer activity (SHRM experience preferred, but not required)

    ·         20% Financial need

    Timeline

    Apply                        Notified of Results

    January 15-April 10............June 5, 2018

    June 1-September 1...........December 4, 2018

    Additional Information 

    By accepting a scholarship, you are consenting to allow the SHRM Foundation (and the award's sponsor, if any) to use without limitation, and in any media, your name, city, state, photos and captions (if uploaded), and verbiage for marketing and promotional purposes.  Each scholarship is a one-time award, however previous applicants and past scholarship recipients are eligible to re-apply. Certification scholarships are awarded twice annually. Applications are reviewed and scored by groups of SHRM volunteers in each SHRM region and are reviewed by staff. All decisions are final.

    The SHRM Foundation does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, disability, age, veteran status, ancestry, national origin or citizenship in the administration of its scholarship programs. Scholarship recipients are selected primarily on merit. 

    Certification Scholarship Eligibility

    • Current SHRM member (Professional or student membership must be active when applying and throughout the year in which you receive the award.).
    • Meet eligibility requirements for SHRM Re-certification.
    • Hold a valid SHRM certification

    How to Apply

    Complete online application including:

    • Contact information
    • Short answer questions about volunteer/career experience
    • Program budget and funding
    • Current resume

    Selection Criteria

    • 40% Work experience/progression (HR involvement & future career plans)
    • 40% Volunteer activity (SHRM experience preferred, but not required)
    • 20% Financial need

    Timeline

    Apply                        Notified of Results

    January 15-April 10............June 5, 2018

    June 1-September 1...........December 4, 2018

    Additional Information 

    By accepting a scholarship, you are consenting to allow the SHRM Foundation (and the award's sponsor, if any) to use without limitation, and in any media, your name, city, state, photos and captions (if uploaded), and verbiage for marketing and promotional purposes.  Each scholarship is a one-time award, however previous applicants and past scholarship recipients are eligible to re-apply. Certification scholarships are awarded twice annually. Applications are reviewed and scored by groups of SHRM volunteers in each SHRM region and are reviewed by staff. All decisions are final.

    The SHRM Foundation does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, disability, age, veteran status, ancestry, national origin or citizenship in the administration of its scholarship programs. Scholarship recipients are selected primarily on merit.