Pay OCHRS Membership Dues

2019 Membership and Lunch Pricing

OCHRS Membership Levels:

12 Month Bronze: $125.00

Anyone that does not belong to SHRM.

The  regular membership fee is for twelve continuous calendar months.  It is no longer based on the calendar year of January through December but the 12 month anniversary for renewals.

12 Month Silver: $75.00

Anyone that does belong to SHRM.

The regular membership fee is for for twelve continuous calendar months.  It is no longer based on the calendar year of January through December but the 12 month anniversary for renewals.

12 Month Gold - $350.00 

This is a fee for twelve months of routine OCHRS chapter meals and membership in the chapter for twelve months. Special events are not included in this membership level.  As shown above, this is no longer a January through December calendar year membership but a 12 month anniversary for renewals.

College Student Member - $25

School year July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019

College Student Membership is $25 for either the school year.  This member is a full-time undergraduate student.  Lunches for full-time, undergraduate students is no-charge with an active paid OCHRS College Student membership. OCHRS wants to encourage the full-time, undergraduate student to attend the meetings and start having the professional experience that comes from our monthly luncheons. Upon graduation, the person is then eligible for one of the other membership levels.

 Luncheon Prices

Chapter meals are $35 for OCHRS members and $50 for non-members.  The January 2019 Annual Legal Update has different pricing.

 Table Sponsorship: $400

Sponsor a table for 6-8 and the firm will be recognized as a Table Sponsor for that month. 

OCHRS membership is not required.

 

Become a Member

We welcome you to join the Oklahoma City Human Resource Society to further your Human Capital Management career.  OCHRS dues are paid on a calendar year basis covering January 1st thru December 31st.  We do not prorate your dues based on when you join.  This is different than how the Society for Human Resource Management since they are on an anniversary year cycle.