How to Become a TMHRA Member
If you are already a TMHRA Member and want to renew your membership, visit the Online Dues Renewal.
- Annual dues are on a membership year of October 1 through September 30.
Benefits of Being a TMHRA Member
Legislative Updates and Actions
TMHRA works directly with the Texas Municipal League to represent and advance the views of public personnel practitioners in the Texas Legislature. TMHRA members are kept abreast of all legal and legislative initiatives.
- TMHRA Online Directory
- TML Texas Town & City magazine (discounted rate)
- E-Solutions List Serve for Problem Solving and Networking
- Special Projects and Refresher Courses
TMHRA hosts a variety of training opportunities throughout the year. These conferences and workshops are designed for individuals to learn, grow, and network.
Active members are municipal employees responsible for the provision of services related to human resources management. Active members are entitled to all benefits and privileges of the Association including eligibility to vote and hold office.
Affiliate members are people employed in a college or university; any person interested in contributing to the Association who works in a human resources management position in other municipal/public entities such as counties, state agencies, and special authorities/districts; any person who has attained a position in a field of specialization qualifying them to contribute to the advancement of professional knowledge and practice in cooperation with the membership of the Association; who primarily represents the interests of management in the public sector; or any person who was a member of the Association in good standing, who resigned, retired, or separated from his/her position with a city, and is in a position which would not qualify him/her to retain any other membership classification. Affiliate members are entitled to all benefits and privileges of the Association except chairing committees, holding offices, and voting.
Cooperating members are people employed in human resources positions in the private sector, or persons who work for corporations or businesses that provide services for human resources functions. Cooperating members are entitled to all benefits and privileges of the Association except chairing committees, holding offices and voting.
Student/Intern members are people who are currently enrolled in a course of study related to human resources management at an accredited college or university in Texas. Student/Intern members are entitled to all benefits of the Association except chairing committees, holding offices, and voting.
Emeritus members are people who have separated from active employment in a municipal human resources capacity while an active member in good standing of TMHRA, and who have contributed positively to TMHRA. Emeritus memberships are granted by a majority vote of the Board of Directors.