Volunteering at CPHR BC & Yukon allows you to further your professional development, share your knowledge of human resources and expand your network of business associates while supporting the delivery of the association’s programs and services. Volunteer commitments may also qualify for CPD hours.
Be a Mentor
The Professional Mentoring Program (PMP) links an established human resources professional (mentor) with an emerging HR practitioner (mentee) and provides the match with a framework to guide both participants through the development of the relationship. The benefits to mentoring are numerous and mentors are always needed. Intake of mentors and protege applications happen in the fall of each year. More information can be found on the mentoring page of our website.
Lead a Roundtable
Roundtables are self-administering groups of CPHR BC & Yukon members who meet on a regular basis to discuss HR issues of mutual interest. The focus can be an area of practice, industry sector, or type of practice. Any member is welcome to submit a proposal to lead a roundtable of his/her design.
Help at Conference
Volunteers ensure the smooth operation of the annual CPHR BC & Yukon Conference and Tradeshow. Duties may include the set-up and monitoring of session rooms, exhibitor support, onsite registration assistance, access control and providing information and directions for conference delegates. Volunteers commit to 25-30 hours over the course of three days. Conference volunteers are selected based on their history of volunteer contributions to CPHR BC & YK. See more information here.
Join a Committee
CPHR BC & YK’s Board of Directors and committees are comprised of member volunteers with specified qualifications and experiences. Volunteers are selected based on recommendations from the Advisory Councils and CPHR BC & Yukon staff. The following committees are served by volunteer members: Professional Awards Committee, Professional Mentoring Program Committee, Conference Steering Committee, Advisory Councils. Calls for expressions of interest are sent out on an as needed basis for these committees so be sure to keep your email up to date to receive these notices.
Be a Professional Development Host
Professional Development workshops require a host to arrive early, greet the speaker and attendees, introduce and thank the speaker. The immediate benefit to you is the opportunity to attend the session at no charge in exchange for your volunteer commitment. Depending on the location, there may be some light clearing duties as well. Contact the PD Coordinator for more information.