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Meeting Sponsor Opportunities
MC-SHRM is thankful to the corporate sponsors who generously underwrite $250 of General Meeting costs, to help defray recurring operating expenses.

The Sponsor Company Receives:
  • Newsletter Advertising for 1 Month
    This spot may contain the name of the sponsor company, products & services

  • 3 Minute Infomercial
    At a General Meeting, the sponsoring organization will have an opportunity to address the group about their business

  • Promotional Materials Available
    Sponsoring organization is welcome to have literature available for attendees
If interested in sponsoring a meeting or would like additional information, please contact Kim Fox-Marchetti kfox@foxresource.com or 936-321-2370

2011 JOB FAIR - Mark Your Calendar!
Presented by: The Greater Conroe / Lake Conroe Area Chamber of Commerce
Conroe Chamber's Fifth Annual Job Fair

5th Annual Job Fair.... "It's All About...ME!" (Montgomery County Employment)
- Friday, April 8th 10:00am - 2:00pm
- The Ark Church - 450 Humble Tank Road, Conroe - Plenty of on-site parking
- Admission FREE to Job Seekers
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For sponsorship/booth reservation information, contact: Kelly Bielamowicz at Conroe Chamber (936) 538-7111 or chamber@conroe.org
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The goal of this Job Fair is to provide local employers and potential employees with effective career resources and networking opportunities in the Montgomery County area.

Local companies will be available to communicate employment opportunities with job seekers while job fair attendees will get to sample some of the many industry opportunities offered in the Montgomery County area. It's a great opportunity to submit a resume to potential employers, not to mention practice those networking skills!
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Presenting Sponsor:
- R&M Energy Systems

Presidential Sponsor:
- HCN Community Newspapers, The Courier

Executive Sponsors:
- Fox Resource
- Full Circle Enterprises, Inc.
- Job Sparx
- Lone Star College System
- Reviewit Magazine Lake Conroe
- Securitas Security Services USA, Inc.
- MC-SHRM (Montgomery County Society for Human Resource Management)

Facility Sponsor:
- The Ark Church

Hospitality Room (for Sponsors & Employers):
- All Star Catering Company
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Participating Employers to Date:
- Aerotek
- Bauer Manufacturing, Inc.
- City of Conroe Parks and Recreation Department
- City of Houston
- Conlen Surfactant Technology, Inc.
- ERA Allstar Properties
- Full Circle Enterprises, Inc.
- GeoCare - M.C. Mental Health Treatment Facility
- Gullo Ford, Toyota, Mazda
- HCN, The Courier
- Juice Plus+
- Lone Star College - Montgomery
- Meador Stafng Services
- Montgomery ISD
- The Pampered Chef
- Papas on the Lake
- Reviewit Magazine Lake Conroe
- R&M Energy Systems
- Securitas Security Services USA, Inc.
- Mack Barnhill - State Farm Insurance
- Lupe Martinez State Farm
- Suddenlink
- Texas Barber Colleges & Hairstyling Schools
- Tri-County Services
- Whataburger, LP
- Workforce Solutions

Examples of available positions from past year's events include: Management Trainees; Outside Sales Reps; Administrative Assistants; Caregivers; Clerical; Detention Officers; Golf Cart Attendants; Housekeepers; Inside Sales Coordinators; LVN's; Machinists; Primary, Pre-school Lead and Assistant Teachers; Receptionists; Restaurant Supervisors; RN's; Shipping Loaders; Wait Staff; Welders.

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Job Search Preparation: Speaker Line Up
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10:30 - 11:15 "Social Networking - Improving Your Online Profile"
Presented by, Myla Crouse - LSC-Montgomery

11:30 - 12:15 "Create a Winning Resume"
Presented by, Cheryl Sandifer - Workforce Solutions

12:30 - 1:15 "Successful Interviewing Techniques"
Presented by, Cheryl Sandifer - Workforce Solutions

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10:00 - 2:00 "Mock Interviews"
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Hosted by, MC-SHRM (Montgomery County Society for Human Resource Management)
- Human Resource and Business Professionals available for Job Seekers to practice their interviewing skills and receive feedback
COMMUNITY IMPACT UPDATE
Sep. 01 (12:00 AM - (12:00 AM) , 2006
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Local Human Resources Professionals Make an Impact in Montgomery County

The Woodlands, TX, August 29, 2006 - Realizing that human resources is a specialized area that many non-profit organizations may not have the resources to support, members of The Montgomery County chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management (MC-SHRM; www.mc-shrm.org) have found a very meaningful avenue to give back to the community. They created an organized outreach program, called the Community Impact Initiative, to continue and expand the volunteer work being done informally by the chapter's members.

In only one year, the Community Impact Initiative has significantly helped two major non-profits navigate hurdles associated with hiring and organizational strategies, plus it has created a supervisor training institute that will help individuals learn the ins and outs of successfully managing their staff.

One lucky recipient of the group's talents is Texas New Community Alliance, a consortium of non-profit entities that is developing New Danville, a community for high-functioning adults with mental disabilities (www.newdanville.org). To assist this new start-up, MC-SHRM members formed a working committee that has drafted job descriptions, recommended policies and procedures, recruited new employees, designed new employee orientation, and provided guidance to the operational management on human resources issues.

"Without MC-SHRM's support and assistance, I would have struggled and made some serious mistakes since I have no human resource experience," said Kathy Sanders, President of Texas New Community Alliance. "I am so grateful to all the members of the Community Impact Committee for their help, guidance, and dedication to our organization."

Another key project for the Community Impact Committee has been revising the Montgomery County United Way's employee handbook: MC-SHRM members formed a team that reviewed and revised the current employee policies and procedures and recommended changes to MCUW's management and board of directors.

The newest Community Impact project is designing and presenting MC-SHRM's supervisor training institute, which will be presented on October 24, 2006, by MC-SHRM members. This institute will be open to all employers in Montgomery and the surrounding counties for a nominal fee.

Projects chosen for the Community Impact Initiative must meet two criteria. First, the projects need to have a measurable impact on some aspect of the greater Montgomery County community. Second, the projects must provide the volunteers with opportunities to further their own professional development. The goal is to expose MC-SHRM's members to areas of human resources that they may not deal with on a day-to-day basis in their regular jobs, thus increasing and sharpening their skill sets. In particular, with the Texas New Community team, the volunteers are building an HR program from ground zero, incorporating as many best practices as possible. Such opportunities are rare in the workaday world.

MC-SHRM will recognize its Community Impact Volunteers, solicit volunteers for upcoming projects and discuss ideas for new projects at its December general meeting. MC-SHRM asks anyone with an idea for a Community Impact project, as well as anyone who is looking for more information about the Community Impact Initiative, to contact Chapter President Tanya Cook at tanya.cook@memorialhermann.org.



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