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Welcome to the Heart of Illinois HR Council!

SHRM Affiliate Chapter #326

The Heart of Illinois HR Council is a local Peoria chapter and affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Our award-winning chapter is here to support your needs. We host chapter meetings monthly with well-educated speakers discussing a vast variety of informative topics. Our members also receive re-certification credits for joining our meetings!

Our membership consists of HR professionals from diverse industries, dedicated to the professional development and networking for individuals whose career focuses on some aspect of human resources responsibility. We promote a high level of expertise and professionalism in the Human Resource Management discipline by identifying and responding to members’ needs.

Interested in joining our chapter? Our dues are set at low prices to encourage enrollment for anyone interested. SHRM National members receive an additional discount. By becoming a member, lunch prices are also reduced significantly.

Before February 1
Current SHRM Member - $50 
Non-SHRM Member - $60

After January 31
Current SHRM Member - $60
Non-SHRM Member - $75

To complete an application, click here. 

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