Welcome to the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks
The North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks Needs You!!
Committees are the backbone of our Association and the Board of Directors depends on recommendations from the committees for many of their decisions. Service to the Association helps make NCAMC stronger and better. For those earning points toward Certified Municipal Clerk or Master Municipal Clerk certification, active committee work counts.
Many of the committees meet by e-mail and/or phone and do not require out of office travel. If you have any questions regarding the duties and responsibilities of any of the committees, information is available on the NCAMC website.
In addition to the NCAMC Committees, you can volunteer to serve on one of the North Carolina League of Municipality Committees: Tax & Finance Legislative Action Committee, Planning & Environment Legislative Action Committee, General Government Legislative Action Committee and Regulatory Advisory Committee. Serving on any of these committees also contributes points towards Clerk certifications. Information on these committees can be found on the League's website at www.nclm.org.
Please consider becoming involved with your Association by volunteering on a committee. If you are currently serving on a committee and wish to be reappointed, please resubmit an application expressing your interest. The NCAMC Committee Volunteer Application is available on the NCAMC website.
Directors & Officers
CALLING ALL CLERKS! Your Association needs your Help. Please consider applying for the following positions: 1) Board of Directors for Districts 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11, 2) 2nd Vice President and 3) Recording Secretary. Many volunteers are needed to keep our Association moving forward!
The Board of Directors hold business meetings on a quarterly basis in Raleigh, NC. Annual and semi-annual business meetings are held at conferences in November and August. If you have any questions regarding the duties and responsibilities of Directors or Officers, information is available on the NCAMC website.