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SPRING 2015

ALOHA CHAPTER
SEMESTER END ISSUE

Contents

SHRM
SPRING 2015 SEMESTER END

THE ALOHA CHAPTER

SPECIAL FEATURES
04 SUPER CLUB’S DAY
05 PROFESSIONAL
INTERACTION NIGHT

EVENTS RECAP
07 MOCK INTERVIEW
08 COMPANY TOUR
09 WORKSHOPS
10 COMMUNITY SERVICE
11 SOCIALS

12 ALOHA BANQUET
14 ALUMNI SOCIAL
16 SPRING 2015 GRADUATES

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SUPER CLUB’S DAY
It was a beautiful day full of fun,
comradery, and sportsmanship—the day
we had prepared for—Super Club’s Day.
SHRMies had prepared long and hard for
this day, and it showed. Members
participated in fun outdoor activities such
as kickball, tug of war, cheer and dance,
volleyball, hungry hungry humans, and
Easter egg mad dash, water pong, and
various other activities throughout the day.
Members cheered each other on in
their various events and really showed
what it means to be a “SHRMily”—
supporting one another to the end.
Although SHRMies didn’t take the
overall first place trophy, they were able to
build even stronger relationships with each
other than they already had.

PROFESSIONAL
INTERACTION
NIGHT

Thank you to all the
esteemed professionals who
attended the biannual SHRM
Aloha Professional Interaction
Night at the Plaza Club this
semester.
The venue was beautiful,
and members were able to
show off the professional skills
they’ve gained throughout the
semester from workshops and
mock interviews.
Recipients of the Human
Resource Excellence Award
and the Diamond Sales Award,
Dereck San Miguel and
Chelsea Kadokawa, were also
recognized at the event.
Thank you again to our
generous
sponsors
and
continued supporters!

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The
Society
for
Human
Resources
Management, Aloha Chapter intends to
equip its members with the skills necessary
to transform their professionalism into a
career. Through a series of three, tiered
workshops that build upon each other,
students will learn what skills are necessary
to become a professional, and then how to
practice those skills in order to obtain a
career.

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[ Company Tours ]

Company tours are opportunities to gain
insight about exceptional businesses in
Hawaii. Members will see behind the scenes
and learn about the corporate culture and
how facilities are run in the company, as well
as, the role they plays in the Hawaii’s
community. Members will learn the different
areas and positions in the company and find
out what the company looks for in job
candidates.

MOCK
INTERVIEW

Thank you to all the professionals who volunteered their time to help us
and DAVID SCHAUF for doing such an amazing job putting it together!

TOUR: HILTON
This semester, our Director
of
Corporate
Relations,
Matthew Amore organized tour
with Target, HiHR, and Hilton
Hotels at which members were
able to gain invaluable insights
into different types of HR
environments.
Thank you to all of these
wonderful
companies
for
allowing us to tour your
wonderful offices and facilities
and
to
Matthew
for
coordinating such fantastic
opportunities!

WORKSHOPS
Our
Director
of
Professional
Development,
David
Schauf,
also
coordinated a number of fantastic insightful
workshops for our member this semester,
including: Networking for the Introvert with
Greg Chilsen, Business Differences in Hawai‘i
versus the Mainland with Terri Stephens, and
a Financial Planning workshop with Alexis
Buchholz.
SHRMies learned a great deal through
these workshops and gained invaluable
insights on topics they wouldn’t have gained
otherwise.
Thank you to all of these
wonderful professionals who volunteered
their valuable time and insights and to David
for all of your hard work!

RELAY FOR LIFE
SHRMies participated
in
our
last
two
community services of
the
semester
this
month: Relay for Life
and assisting the Junior
League of Hawaii with
the set up of their Luxe
luncheon.
At the Relay for Life,
there were many fun
activities for those who
participated to enjoy—
there was a bounce
house, live music, and
free energy drinks just
to name a few.
Members had fun
bonding
with
each
other while helping in
the fight against cancer
and
serving
the
community.

JUNIOR LEAGUE HAWAII

SOCIALS
This semester, our Director of Student
Affairs, Kelsey Monticalvo planned a ton of
fun socials for SHRMies to get together and
bond at. Through socials, members are able
to get to know each other in a relaxed setting
and become not just colleagues, but lifelong
friends.
This semester, Kelsey planned events such
as a Beach Day at Kailua Beach Park, an
Easter themed scavenger hunt throughout
Magic Island, a joint movie night with FMA,
and an end-of-semester karaoke night where
SHRMies were able to sing their hearts out
with each other.
We have Kelsey to thank for the strong
bonds we have been able to make with one
another through her socials.

BANQUET
UNDER THE SEA

This Spring, SHRMies celebrated the end of another fantastic semester at the SHRM
biannual Aloha Banquet down under the sea. It was a night full of fun and laughter.
HOSS election winners for categories such as “Party Animal” and “Mr. GQ” were
recognized as well as Active Status members, graduates, and the outgoing and
incoming Executive Board for next semester.
A huge round of applause goes to our Director of Marketing, Lilian Li and her
banquet committee for putting together this great event!

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The SHRM Aloha Chapter is looking to reconnect with their chapter’s alumni and
they need your HELP!
If you were a SHRM Aloha Chapter member or know someone who is, please
contact us through the chapter’s email:

shrm@hawaii.edu
Or visit our webpage at:

http://shrmuhm.com/alumni

ALUMNI
Thank you SHRM Aloha Chapter alumni for all of your continued support.

SOCIAL
We wouldn’t be able to thrive without each and every one of you.

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GRADUATES
SPRING 2015

Matthew Amore

Kelsey Monticalvo

Accounting & Finance

Human Resource
Management

Ryan Bartolome

Janelle Nakamura

Civil Engineering

Entrepreneurship

Sheina Baybayan

Chris Namnama

Management

Marife Collo
Finance

Deone Costa

Human Resource
Management

Angel Diep
Human Resource
Management

Issac Geng Jun Fang
Finance, International
Business, & Human
Resource Management

Christina Fasi
Travel Industry
Management

Communication

CONGRATULATIONS
TO ALL OUR SENIORS!
THANK YOU FOR

Heidi Neidhart

ALL THE MEMORIES <3

Jennifer Sakumoto

Management

Jordan Saba
Communication

Management &
International Business

Dereck San Miguel
International Business &
Entrepreneurship

AJ Tinaza

Economics

Clementine Tran Tang

Economics & Biology

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SPRING’15
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