City of Morgantown has two Certified Kentucky Municipal Clerks
The City of Morgantown now has two Certified Kentucky Municipal Clerks (CKMC) - Tristan Klein and Dana Phelps.
Both received three years of training from graduating from the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Institute sponsored by the University of Kentucky School of Public Policy and Administration.
The Kentucky Municipal Clerk Institute (KMCI) is an International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) approved program designed to enable participants to earn their CKMC designation in three years. Each of the three years consists of 40 hours of training.
To become a Certified Municipal Clerk in the state of Kentucky, one must complete 120 hours of training in an IIMC Certified Program. The 120 hours of training includes 50% in Public Administration, 30% in Social and Interpersonal Concerns, and 20% in electives. Additionally, attendees must be full members of the Kentucky Municipal Clerks Association (KMCA) for two years.