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Government and public sector employee associations provide valuable training, resources and networking opportunities for members and non-members alike. Associations are often essential in providing information about professional standards, licensing requirements and posting targeted job opportunities in the field. We encourage you to contact us with associations you think will be valuable to others. Our Mission Leading Inspiring Advancement & IIMC also engages in Membership & IIMC is governed by a 26-member Board of
International Institute of Municipal Clerks International Institute of Municipal Clerks
The International Institute of
Municipal Clerks (IIMC) is a professional, nonprofit association that promotes
continuing education and certification through university and college-based
institutes and provides networking solutions, services and benefits to its
Professional Association Since 1947
Founded in 1947, the
International Institute of Municipal Clerks is the leading professional
association serving the needs of municipal clerks, secretaries, treasurers,
recorders and other allied associations from cities and towns worldwide.
IIMC’s primary goal is to actively promote the continuing
education and professional development of municipal clerks through extensive
education programs, certification, publications, networking, annual conferences
and research. As an educational catalyst, IIMC inspires clerks to expand and
advance beyond their present levels of development.
municipal research administration, enhances critical professional skill
development and fosters a spirit of mutual assistance and good fellowship among
municipal clerks around the globe.
Board of Directors
IIMC’s 10,000-plus members represent municipalities
with populations ranging from 250 people to more than 10 million people in North
America and 15 other countries. Find out how to join
Directors with 22 directors from IIMC’s 11 regions.
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IIMC also engages in
IIMC is governed by a 26-member Board of