I am pleased to inform you that as of today, the following individual has earned the prestigious Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) designation from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC):
Rachelle Fontaine, CMC – City Clerk – City of Lander, WY
The Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) is one of the two professional designations granted by IIMC and is designed to enhance the job performance of the Clerk in small and large municipalities. To earn the CMC designation, a Municipal Clerk must attend extensive education programs, often totaling more than 120 educational hours. The CMC designation also requires pertinent experience in a municipality. The CMC program prepares the applicants to meet the challenges of the complex role of the Municipal Clerk by providing them with quality education in partnership with institutions of higher learning and State/Provincial/National Associations. The CMC program has been assisting clerks in excelling since 1970.
Founded in 1947, IIMC is a professional association with more than 14,000 members in the US, Canada, and 15 other countries. IIMC’s primary goal is to actively promote municipal clerks’ continuing education and professional development through extensive education programs, certification, publications, networking, annual conferences, and research. IIMC also engages in municipal research administration, enhances critical professional skill development, and fosters a spirit of mutual assistance and good fellowship among municipal clerks around the globe. A 26-member Board of Directors governs IIMC.
For more information please visit our website at www.iimc.com.
IIMC Education Department