Read About the Municipal Clerks' Institute history & purpose!


If you have not had the opportunity, now is the time to experience NEMCI&A It will be the best decision you have ever made to further your professional and personal growth. Find more information on the Institute page of this website



The Institute is open to all City and Town Clerks, Deputy or Assistant Clerks, as well as their staff in the United States and Canada. Clerks, Deputies, Assistants and Clerk's staff are given first preference for attendance. Other municipal employees may attend pending space availability. To be eligible for certification, participants must attend all classes.

The Students

Your fellow students will be your professional counterparts from large and small communities. Together you will exchange concerns, problems, solutions and even some hilarious laughs. From this sharing, warm and lasting friendships will emerge. The graduation ceremony, reception and banquet will be held on Thursday evening, providing yet another opportunity for sharing the professional pride that comes with professional development.

Our Graduates

We want to congratulate the class of 2019 for successful completion of the Institute Program. Names of past graduates are posted on the New England site

2019 Banquet

Municipal Clerks and their friends celebrate the 2019 graduation. Here, photos of attendees, by state.


Come and learn and grow with us

July 15-21, 2023

IIMC Athenian Leadership Society Informational Guide

The Athenian Leadership Society is an advanced IIMC Leadership Development Program.

2020 Athenian Flyer and Assessment

useful links

NEMCI&A Handbook

​Please read the handbook in its entirety, it contains a plethora of helpful information. Included are forms that are important for all students to review. Please complete & submit all forms as instructed.

NEMCI&A Policy Manual

​Follow the link for the NEMCI&A policy manual. The manual includes a comprehensive explanation of all policies and procedures.

What is an Athenian Dialogue?

The premise of this program is the idea that clerks are leaders in very profound yet subtle ways. 


Plymouth State University, New Hampshire

What the students say about NEMCI&A