International Institute of Municipal Clerks

Tue
22
Jan

Rutgers’ Mini-MPA Gets Stamp of Approval From International Municipal Clerks Group

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Municipal clerks who earn a certificate in Rutgers’ Mini-Master in Public Administration (Mini-MPAtm), program can now receive continuing education credits from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), the leading professional association serving the needs of municipal clerks and allied professionals in cities and towns worldwide.

The IILC joins the N.J. Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs in awarding professional continuing education credits to public employees who complete the Mini-MPAtm, a 30-hour intensive program for individuals in the public, private or nonprofit sectors.  The IILC will award five Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) Experience points or five Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) Advanced Education points to those who successfully complete the program.

Mon
21
Nov

New Jersey Municipal Leader Starts at Rutgers, Goes Worldwide

Rutgers Center for Government Services, Municipal Clerks Program

Vincent Buttiglieri once only had a yearning to work in local government in New Jersey.

Now, he’s a worldwide leader among municipal clerks, having taken in 2016 the top post as president of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC)—a professional association with 9,500 members in the U.S., Canada, and 15 other countries.

So how did the clerk in Ocean Township in Monmouth County, N.J., become the quintessential clerk in the world?

Buttiglieri first needed credentials. So he turned to Rutgers.

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