The Academy, sponsored by the School of Government at UNC Chapel Hill and in cooperation with the NC League of Municipalities (NCLM) and the NC Association of Municipal Clerks (NCAMC), is pleased to announce the schedule for this year’s Regional Master Municipal Clerks Academies. The academies will take place in multiple locations across the state to include Greensboro, Ayden, and Belmont. There will also be one virtual session.
Greensboro registration will begin at 8:30 am. Meeting will begin at 8:45 am and continue until 4:00 pm. Lunch will be provided.
Sessions will include:
· Ordinances from Drafting to Adoption· It's a Tough Business: Emotional Labor for Municipal Clerks· Power Bill· Annexations Step-by-Step
The School of Government is the International Institute of Municipal Clerks’ official provider of educational programs for clerks in North Carolina. Clerks who attend all Academy sessions and successfully complete the required assessment will be eligible to receive 2.5 points from the IIMC toward designation as a Certified Municipal Clerk or Master Municipal Clerk and 5.5 hours of credit toward certification or recertification as a NC Certified Municipal Clerk, a designation offered by the NCAMC. 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 $80 for NCAMC members and $100 for non-members. We hope the low cost will assist you in reaching your educational goals. Our aim is to bring you a great day of education that makes good use of your time and your municipality’s resources.
If you have any questions about the academy sessions, please contact Kristina Wilson at 919-843-8930.
We look forward to seeing you at one of the Regional Master Municipal Clerks Academies!
Kristina WilsonAssistant Professor of Public Law and GovernmentIIMC Institute Director for North CarolinaUNC School of Government
DiAnne Enoch, CMC, NCCMC Town of ElonNCAMC President