Welcome to the WMCA Scholarship Program!

 

WMCA’s purpose includes:

  • Promoting professional and educational standards for Municipal Clerks in various local governments of the State of Washington
  • Provide improved local governmental services in the State
  • Promoting the purposes defined in the Constitution of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks.

As part of our ongoing focus on providing our members with educational opportunities, we have developed several scholarships that provide financial assistance to members who might not be able to participate due to funding restrictions.

 

WMCA Scholarship Application

 

Please direct any additional material or questions to the Scholarship Committee Chair, Megan Gregor at 425.430.6504 or mgregor@rentonwa.gov

 

Please review the Scholarship Guidelines prior to submitting your application for:

  • WMCA Annual Conference Scholarship (Page 1)
  • Margery Price Scholarship Program (for Spring Academy, PD IV, Fall Academy, and IIMC Attendance) (Page 2)
  • Northwest Clerks Institute PD I, PD II, and PD III Scholarship (Page 3)

 

Event

Scholarship

Application Period

WMCA Annual Conference

Registration Only

January 20, 2017 5pm

First-Time WMCA Annual Conference Attendee

Lodging (up to $300)
& Registration


January 20, 2017 5pm

Spring Academy

Registration Only*


January 20, 2017 5pm       

IIMC Advanced Academy or IIMC Conference

Registration
(up to $500) *

 

April 17, 2017 5pm

Northwest Clerks Institute

Professional Development  I

Registration & Lodging


April 17, 2017 5pm

Northwest Clerks Institute

Professional Development  II & PD III

Registration Only


April 17, 2017 5pm

Northwest Clerks Institute

Professional Development  IV

Registration Only*

N/A for 2017

Fall Academy

Registration Only*

TBD

*Must currently be working toward MMC designation to receive scholarship funds


Scholarships may also be available from IIMC and regional clerks associations.   

 

 

TRAINING REIMBURSEMENTS

Click on the links below for more information about reimbursements
from the following insurance authorities:

 

Washington Cities Insurance Authority (WCIA)


WCIA will reimburse member entities once a year for the following trainings:
WMCA Fall Academy
WMCA Spring Academy
Northwest Clerks Institute – Professional Development I
Northwest Clerks Institute – Professional Development II
Northwest Clerks Institute – Professional Development III
Northwest Clerks Institute – Professional Development IV

 

Cities Insurance Authority of Washington (CIAW)


CIAW offers scholarships to their members for training that further develops the
applicant’s abilities in his/her position or improving the functions of the entity.

 

AWC RMSA Co-operative Scholarship Programs


RMSA has a budgeted amount set aside on a first-come-first-serve basis,
to help members attend workshops and trainings.

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