The Regional Master Municipal Clerks Academies are approved programs for individuals working towards the Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) or Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) designations awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC). The School of Government is the IIMC's designated provider of education programs for clerks in North Carolina. Participants can earn 2.5 points for attending all sessions at any of the upcoming Regional Master Municipal Clerks Academies and completing a short post-academy assessment. The academies are also approved sources of education hours for the North Carolina Certified Municipal Clerks (NCCMC) program, which is offered by the NCAMC in cooperation with the School of Government. Clerks who attend all sessions at one of the academies can earn 5.5 education hours in accordance with the NCCMC program's guidelines. No partial credit can be awarded.
The School of Government, the NCLM, and the NCAMC seek to promote professionalism among municipal clerks and to provide them with a variety of affordable and conveniently located educational opportunities. The registration fee for one of this year's Regional Master Municipal Clerks Academies is $75 for members of the NCAMC and $95 for non-members. We hope the low cost will assist you in reaching your educational goals. Our goal is to bring you a great day of education and networking and to ensure that this training is an effective use of your time and an efficient use of your municipality's resources.
Deadline to register is April 14. Click here
for more information.