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Welcome to the Agassiz Valley Human Resources Association (AVHRA)

We are a 100% SHRM member chapter located in Fargo, ND serving the Fargo-Moorhead and surrounding areas.

Our purpose is to advance the strategies of organizations through intentional connection of innovative HR experts, driving purposeful conversations, and supporting HR thought leaders.

We value:

  • The sharing of expertise and advice.
  • Diverse thoughts, processes, and practices.
  • Actively engaged members.
  • Professional growth of our members.


We are proud to be an affiliated chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management, the largest human resource association in the country.





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  • January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021
    Virtual and/or hybrid of virtual/in-person meetings are being held.


    Our Chapter meets the second Tuesday of the month.  We take the summer off in July and August.

    Our meetings consist of speakers, round table discussion, and sharing of practices that promote the strategic advancement of our members and the organizations they represent.

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