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Cornell Municipal Clerks Institute

The Cornell Municipal Clerks Institute is a premium educational opportunity provided by a partnership between the City and Village Clerks and the Town Clerks Associations of the State of New York and Cornell University's Community and Rural Development Institute (CaRDI). The objective is to provide new knowledge, skills, enhance the administration of your office, and contribute to the professionalism of your municipal government. Cornell hosted the CMI between 2014-2016.

City, town, and village clerks, deputy clerks, and clerks of county legislative boards, as well as other municipal officials who seek professional development. Those who want to attend in order to gain needed additional credits to maintain their CMC status are welcomed. Certified Municipal Clerks who want to continue working towards the Master Municipal Clerks certification (MMC) are also encouraged to attend.

Course Materials and Resources

2016