Certification

WMCA Certification Programs Offered


The Wisconsin Municipal Clerks Association is an educational catalyst for Municipal Clerks. Its vision is to instill in Municipal Clerks the desire for continual learning and professional development, inviting and encouraging them to grow and extend beyond their present levels of development.

To that end, the WMCA implemented its own certification programs in July 2005. Wisconsin certifications can be obtained by earning points in education, career and lifelong learning experiences, and committing to the WMCA Code of Ethics.

The WMCA Certification Program consists of two levels - the WCMC - Wisconsin Certified Municipal Clerk and then the WCPC - Wisconsin Certified Professional Clerk.

The WMCA Certification Committee reviews all applications twice a year. Applications must be postmarked by March 1st or October 1st.

TABLE OF REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATION
WCMC

Points required:                            100 total points
Advanced Degree Required:        None
Cost:                                                $100-for pin, certificate, plaque
Time in organization:                   3 years
Grandfather if held CMC:            Yes - $50
Code of Ethics:                             Must Reaffirm

WCPC
Points required:                                                145 Education & Experience
Years required in organization:                      3 years
Years in Clerk or similar position:                 8 years
Waiting period after original certification:     None
Program levels:                                                 1
Minimum time between levels:                      Not applicable
Time allowed to complete program:             7 years
Grandfathered if held MMC:                            Yes - $50.00
Code of Ethics:                                                  Must Reaffirm
Cost:                                                                    $100-for a pin, certificate, plaque
 

For more detailed information check out the tabs below.  

PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION CERTIFICATE - ANNUAL APPLICATION

This application is designed for annual recognition of your extraordinary efforts for completing additional education to gain knowledge of the current laws and processes to assist you and your municipality towards a productive and efficient office.

Send in this application on or before June 1st each year and attach the required documentation for proof of attendance.  The Certification Committee will review your annual application and verify the points you have earned. Then you will be recognized at the annual WMCA Conference and receive a Diamond, Gold or Silver Certificate for your achievements.*

The Certificates are based on the following hours per year:
Silver Certificate for 25-50 hours
Gold Certificate for 51-74 hours
Diamond Certificate for 75+ hours

In addition, all courses listed in this application count toward state certification and will be tracked and documented for you by the WMCA. After you have accumulated the required points for certification, you will send in the certification application with a copy of the annual certificates you have received.  You will not need to send in all of the individual certificates of attendance again!  The $20 annual fee will be deducted from the regular certification fee for every annual certificate you use.

*You do not have to be working toward certification to qualify for the annual certificate.

If you have any questions about allowable courses, contact one of the Certification Committee Chairs or the WMCA office at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 1-920-568-9278.

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WCMC - Wisconsin Certified Municipal Clerk ProgramWCMC

In order to be eligible to become a WCMC-Wisconsin Certified Municipal Clerk, you must:

  • Complete the 100-hour (3 year) WMCA-recognized UWGB Municipal Clerks Institute, or have obtained:
  1. A Bachelors degree or higher in a related field, and Clerks completion at UW-GB
  2. A Bachelors degree or higher in an unrelated field and 2 years of Clerk Institute training, or
  3. An Associate of Arts degree in related field and 2 years of Clerk Institute training.
  • Be a Municipal Clerk, Deputy Clerk or perform the duties thereof.
  • Be an active member in the WMCA for at least three (3) years.
  • Reaffirm your beliefs and practice in the WMCA Code of Ethics.
  • For a person without the title of Clerk that performs duties of the Clerk’s office, provide a letter from your Municipal Clerk verifying your performance of the duties which qualify for WCMC certification.
  • Submit the required documentation and the $100 fee to the WMCA Certification Committee by March 1 or October 1.

DOWNLOAD WCMC  APPLICATION

If, you already hold an IIMC CMC designation - you can Grandfather In!

If you hold an IIMC-CMC designation, you qualify for a WCMC under our grandfathering rules. The WMCA will issue to you a Wisconsin Certified Municipal Clerk (WCMC) Certificate plaque and pin after you fill out and send in the required information listed in the WCMC Grandfathering application.  

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WCPC - Wisconsin Certified Professional Clerk 

The Wisconsin Certified Professional Clerk (WCPC) program and all post-certification learning experiences should question current knowledge, exchange new information, challenge personal beliefs and assumptions, inspire and motivate, and undertake to share wisdom, insights and new perspectives.

  • Maintain active WMCA membership for the last 3 consecutive years immediately prior to application.
  • Hold a WCMC.
  • Serve as a Municipal or Deputy Clerk or person that performs duties of the Clerk’s office for 8 years.
  • Reaffirm the WMCA Code of Ethics.
  • Accumulate a minimum number of points in two categories:
  1. Advanced Education (Minimum: 120 points)
  2. Professional and social contributions. (Minimum: 25 points)
  • Submit required application, documentation and $100 fee 

DOWNLOAD WCPC APPLICATION

If, you already hold an IIMC MMC designation - Grandfather In!

If you hold an IIMC-MMC designation, you qualify for a WCPC under our grandfathering rules. The WMCA will issue to you a Wisconsin Certified Professional Clerk (WCPC) Certificate plaque and pin, after you fill out and send in the required information listed in the WCPC Grandfathering application.

DOWNLOAD THE WCPC GRANDFATHERING APPLICATION

 

WCMC Frequently Asked Questions

Question: The WMCA Certification program requires 3 years of continuous membership in the WMCA. What is the definition of 3 years?
Answer: A 3-year continuous membership is defined as a 36 month period.

Question: The deadlines are listed as October 1st and March 1st – What does this mean?
Answer: All applications must be POSTMARKED on or before these dates to be included in that review session.

Question: How long will the Committee allow grandfathering of a CMC or MMC into a WCMC or WCPC?
Answer: The grandfathering procedure will be allowed as long as your CMC or MMC certification is current.

Question: I served on the UWGB Advisory Board. Why don’t points count for the WCMC?
Answer: In obtaining the WCMC, you are taking training and in the WCPC you are developing training.

Question: I have attended IIMC Region Meetings and in 2007 they began offering educational sessions. Where do these count?
Answer: For the WCMC program, hours count on pg. 6 at 1 pt. per 4 hours (education & meeting combined); for the WCPC program, hours count on pg. 3 #1 at 1 pt. per educational hour attended and for those who also attend the meeting, an additional 2 pts. may be earned on pg. 6 #6 per event.

Question: How do I or WMCA know how many hours I attended a session if no certificate is given?
Answer: It is the clerk’s responsibility to ask the presenter to sign, date and affix the number of session hours so you have the correct documentation.  You may also prepare an Affidavit of Training (session agenda attached) documenting the date and hours attended.

Question: What if I have special circumstances regarding my application?
Answer: Enclose a letter to the WMCA Certification Committee at time of application explaining those circumstances.

Question: How do I know which classes count or do not count for various election or Board of Review topics?
Answer: All classes taken will count as of 3/12/09 as long as they fall under the written guidelines. This is a change. SVRS Application Training and Municipal Clerk Training (MCT) now count and are included in the updated applications.

Question: In the Career & Lifelong Learning Experience, in the last section-College or University courses: does the 7-year limit apply to college courses?
Answer: Yes, the 7-yr. limit does apply in this section of the WCMC application. You can use a College degree (no date restriction) to supplement or use in lieu of the education portion of the application. The Career and Lifelong Learning Section sets a 7-yr. limit.

Question:  Can I use the completion of a UWGB Municipal Treasurer’s Institute program to satisfy the WCMC 50 point Education requirement?
Answer: No, unless you complete the fourth year Clerk’s Completion portion of the Institute program.  Proof of attendance at both programs must be provided.  You may use the class hours from the Treasurer’s Institute for your WCMC under Career and Lifelong Learning and for the WCPC as approved Master Academy classes.
Question: What if I have attended the UWGB Institute Treasurer’s Completion or Administrator’s Track – Can these hours be used for certification?
Answer: Yes, these classes can be used for your WCMC under Career and Lifelong Learning and for the WCPC as an approved Master Academy class.

Question: Can I prorate my years of employment and receive partial points?
Answer: No – Points for employment cannot be prorated. Full years of service will be required.

Question: Do I need to send proof of employment?
Answer: Yes. This requirement may be met in a several ways. For your current employment, you may ask your municipality to provide a letter documenting your dates of employment or you may send in a copy of a current certificate of election, an oath of office or the official proceedings confirming your appointment.  For past employment, documentation, including a detailed description of job responsibilities as it relates to the clerk’s profession, must be submitted.

Question: Do I need to send proof of CMC or MMC certification to be grandfathered?
Answer: Yes, proof of certification is required. This may be as simple as taking your CMC or MMC plaque off the wall and making a photocopy of it.

Question: What if I leave employment? Can I still use the WCMC or WCPC designation?
Answer: Continuous membership in the WMCA is required to maintain and use the certification. (See the Clerk-in-Transition membership category, if you are not currently working for a municipality.) If there is a change in your employment status, be sure to contact WMCA Coordinator Faith Elford to explain the circumstances. A lapse in your employment may/may not affect the use of your designations.

Question: What if I attend the Institute for 3 years and also have an advanced degree in a related field?
Answer: You may use the Institute hours as your education points for your WCMC and the advanced degree for hours toward your WCPC designation.

Question: What if I have a Masters Degree – How is this used as credit for education points?
Answer: The WCMC requirement is for 3 years of Institute Training, a Bachelors Degree supplemented with 1 year of Institute Training, or an Associate's Degree supplemented with 2 years of Institute training. If you have a Masters Degree, you can use the additional hours of education beyond the Bachelors Degree as education points toward your WCPC designation.

Question: If I teach a class will I earn the same number of points as the individuals taking the class I am teaching?
Answer: Yes – you will earn points for each event using certain criteria and teaching falls into Career & Lifelong Learning on the WCMC app (pg. 6) and Professional and Social #7 on the WCPC app. If you teach a class more than once in a year (multiple sessions of BOR), you may count it once. If you teach the same class in multiple years, you may count it multiple times. If you teach multiple topics in the same year, each topic will count once.
 

WCPC Frequently Asked Questions
 

Question: The deadlines are listed as October 1 st and March 1 st – What does this mean?
Answer: All applications must be POSTMARKED on or before these dates to be included in that review session.

Question: How long will the Committee allow grandfathering of a CMC or MMC into a WCMC or WCPC?
Answer: The grandfathering procedure will be allowed as long as your CMC or MMC certification is current.

Question: I earned the WCMC and later the WCPC, do I use both sets of initials?
Answer: No, you will use the higher designation only, the WCPC.

Question: I served on the UWGB Advisory Board. Why don’t points count for the WCMC?
Answer: In obtaining the WCMC, you are taking training and in the WCPC you are developing training.

Question: I have attended IIMC Region Meetings and in 2007 they began offering educational sessions. Where do these count?
Answer: For the WCMC program, hours count on pg. 6 at 1 pt. per 4 hours (education & meeting combined); for the WCPC program, hours count on pg. 3 #1 at 1 pt. per educational hour attended and for those who also attend the meeting, an additional 2 pts. may be earned on pg. 6 #6 per event.

Question: How do I or the WMCA know how many hours I attended a session if no certificate is given?
Answer: It is the clerk’s responsibility to ask the presenter to sign, date and affix the number of session hours so you have the correct documentation.  You may also prepare an Affidavit of Training (session agenda attached) documenting the date and hours attended.


Question: What if I have special circumstances regarding my application?
Answer: Enclose a letter to the WMCA Certification Committee at time of application explaining those circumstances.

Question: Will I earn points by serving as secretary or treasurer of my WMCA district?
Answer: Yes.  In Section 10, you can earn 1 point per year for an Officer in a related professional association.

Question: How do I know which classes count or do not count for various election or Board of Review topics?
Answer: All classes taken will count as of 3/12/09 as long as they fall under the written guidelines. This is a change. SVRS Application Training and Municipal Clerk Training (MCT) now count and are included in the updated applications.

Question: I am the Public Information Officer for my municipality's Emergency Government. I am required to take FEMA tests on-line and attendance at tabletop exercises. Is the position eligible under the Professional & Social category of the application form for WCPC?
Answer: Yes, you may use this under the Professional and Social category. It will fit in items 8 or 9 as long as this is a continuing position and not just a one-time event.

Question: What if I have attended the UWGB Institute Treasurer’s Completion or Administrator’s Track – Can these hours be used for certification?
Answer: Yes, these classes can be used for your WCMC under Career and Lifelong Learning and for the WCPC as an approved Master Academy class.

Question: Do I need to send proof of CMC or MMC certification to be grandfathered?
Answer: Yes, proof of certification is required. This may be as simple as taking your CMC or MMC plaque off the wall and making a photocopy of it.

Question: What if I leave employment? Can I still use the WCMC or WCPC designation?
Answer: Continuous membership in the WMCA is required to maintain and use the certification. (See the Clerk-in-Transition membership category, if you are not currently working for a municipality.) If there is a change in your employment status, be sure to contact WMCA Coordinator Faith Elford to explain the circumstances. A lapse in your employment may/may not affect the use of your designations.

Question: What if I attend the Institute for 3 years and also have an advanced degree in a related field?
Answer: You may use the Institute hours as your education points for your WCMC and the advanced degree for hours toward your WCPC designation.

Question: What if I have a Masters Degree – How is this used as credit for education points?
Answer: The WCMC requirement is for 3 years of Institute Training, a Bachelors Degree supplemented with 1 year of Institute Training, or an Associate's Degree supplemented with 2 years of Institute training. If you have a Masters Degree, you can use the additional hours of education beyond the Bachelors Degree as education points toward your WCPC designation.

Question: If I teach a class will I earn the same number of points as the individuals taking the class I am teaching?
Answer: Yes – you will earn points for each event using certain criteria and teaching falls into Career & Lifelong Learning on the WCMC app (pg. 6) and Professional and Social #7 on the WCPC app. If you teach a class more than once in a year (multiple sessions of BOR), you may count it once. If you teach the same class in multiple years, you may count it multiple times. If you teach multiple topics in the same year, each topic will count once.
 

 

WCPCs

 
Albricht, Judith
Alexander, Carol
Anderson, Bob
Astrella, Chris
Braatz, Jr, Steven
Bradley, Paulette
Brost, Ginny
Brue, Roxann
Burmaster, Caroline
Clark, Kyle
Cram, JoAnn
Crary, Wendy
DeMores, Jean
Dummer, Gary
Duncanson, Fran
Dykstra, Diana
Elford, Faith
Endres, Sherri
Frank, Lois
Gamb, Cindi
Garsow, Susan
Gauger, Marilyn
Giese, Cheryl
Goeckner, Barb
Grant, Sherry
Gresch, Gina
Hall, Deb
Helt, Julee
Hermann-Brown, Diane
Hesse, Cynthia
Hudon, Jennifer
Igl, Darlene
Jahns, Patricia
Kahl, Bernard
Kitzman, Sue
Kletzien, Amy
Kratky, Lori
Kruschke, Doreen
Lehrke, Teri
Matucheski, Kaye
McHugh, Constance
Meister, Anne
Moe, Marie
Morse, Kathy
Moyer, Janice
Novy, Betty
Pasewald, David
Peters, Karen
Pfeifer, Cynthia
Rhea, Jolene
Romanowski, Jane
Rue, Audrey
Salter, Pattie
Schmidlkofer, Helen
Schneider, Vicki
Schommer, Ann
Sturn, Patty
Sully, Christy
Uecker, Anne
Van Clake, Barbara
Wagner, JoAnn
Weter, Judy
Wilms, Jane
Winget, Janice
 
Town of Tainter
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
Town of Westport
Town of Blooming Grove
Village of Mukwonago
Village of Oakdale
City of Medford
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
City of Onalaska
City of Waupun
City of Tomah
Village of Spring Green
City of St. Francis
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
City of Amery
Village of Darien
Fort Atkinson
Dane County
Village of Cambria
Village of Kohler
City of Seymour
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
City of Baraboo
Village of Germantown
Village of Shorewood
City of Delafield
City of Marshfield
Village of Waunakee
City of Sun Prairie
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
City of Manitowoc
City of Elkhorn
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
City of Delavan
City of Cedarburg
Village of Wyocena
Village of Roberts
City of La Crosse
City of Antigo
City of Cedarburg
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
City of Portage
City or Rice Lake
Village of Menomonee Falls
Village of Rochester
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
Village of Nashotah
Village of Warrens
Village of Pleasant Prairie
Town of Brigham
Town of New Glarus
City of Chilton
Village of Little Chute
City of Ripon
City of Neenah
Village of Sister Bay
City of St. Francis
City of Omro
Village of Fredonia
Village of East Troy
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
 
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WCMCs    
Ahrens, Jelene
Allen, Jim
Anderson, Patti
Andrusz, Joan
Anschuetz, Cathie
Astrella, Chris
Atherton, Susan
Austad, Donna
Backman, Karen
Bagley, Rhoda
Ballweg, Myra
Bannink, Albert
Bauer, Cynthia
Bauer, Lynne
Baumann, Mary Kay
Baumann, Rita
Beder, Kay
Beine, Diane
Bennett, Deborah
Berg, Elena
Berkers, Sandy
Bernsteen, Dixie
Bjorklund, Patrice
Blenski, Jill
Boening, Paul
Boldrey, Deanna
Borghese, Charlene
Brand, Jayne
Brett, Kelly
Breunig, Vicki
Brewer, Kimberly
Brown, Debra
Brueggen, Lori
Buchanan, Kim
Buhr, Charity
Burdette, Sarah
Busick, Vicki
Butteris, Tina
Carpenter, Valerie
Casper, Connie
Ceas, Barbara
Christianson, Eric
Claas, Holly
Clark, Ellen
Coenen, Diane
Cory, Linda
Dehnert, Christine
Determined, To Be
Diehl, Connie
Dietzen, Susan
Donohoe, Pamela
Duchac, Karla
Dykstra, Joan
Dykstra, Marcia
Ebbert, Michelle
Eklund, Elizabeth
Elsen, Nikki
Elsner, Mary
Erb, Lynne
Ernest, Cindi
Ernst, Terri
Faga, Laura
Falkowski, Cindra
Finstad, Sue
Fischer, Barbara
Fochs, Caroline
Fredericks, Becky
Freeman, Vicki
Freiheit, Susan
Fude, Jane
Galeazzi, Debbie
Galyardt, Lynn
Garness, Mary
Giese, Brenda
Gitter, Lynette
Goergen, Jennifer
Gorall, Angela
Gosz, Lori
Grenlie, Sandy
Grunseth, Candice
Gurtner, Connie
Hagen, Beth
Haggart, Roben
Hahn, Patricia
Hanson, Jennifer
Hanson, Sherri
Hass, Cheryl
Hasslinger, Cathy
Hawley, Nancy
Hazelton, Renee
Hecht, Lu Ann
Heenan, Veronica
Hefter, Margaret
Hegglund, Cindy
Heideman, William
Hetzel, Lori
Hieb, Bridget
Hill, Christina
Hoopman, Billie
Hougan, Maria
Howard, Cynthia
Huberty, Patty
Hurd, Ami
Jacobson, Kristen
Jahnke, Carolyn
Jamroz, Bruce
Jensen, Jeanne
Johnson, Blyann
Johnson, Cinda
Johnson, Patsy
Johnson, Peggy
Johnson-Martin, Janice
Jones, Krystal
Justmann, Stephanie
Kadinger, JoAnn
Kalan, Terri
Kammerude, Kathryn
Karalewitz, Kathy
Karis, Sharon
Kenda-Lubetski, Jill
Kirch, Debra
Kitzman, Timothy
Klatt, Rhonda
Klein, Melissa
Klemko, Amy
Klingenmeyer, Mary
Knaack, Elizabeth
Knoebel, Michaelene
Kocken, Cindy
Kohlhoff, Kris
Koll, Pam
Koronkiewicz, Vicki
Korson, Nancy
Kowalchuk, Diane
Kozlik, Gina
Krueger, June
Krukar, Lucia
Kunkel, Jaymie
Kunkel, Sandy
Kurihara, David
Lamb, James
Langenfeld, Cassandra
Larson, Marilyn
Leggitt, Bonita
Leifker, Patricia
LeMire, Rebecca
Lesky, Susan
Lesser, Jo Ann
Lindow, Laurie
Lingford, Lynn
Lopez, Jennifer
Ludtke, Sara
Magley, Colleen
Martin, Dennis
Martin, Jan
Matsche, Traci
McCredie, Elizabeth
McCumber, Tim
McLellan, Judy
Meltesen, Elissa
Meyer, Kelly
Meyer, Lisa
Michael, Debbie
Michaels, Kelly
Micka, Christine
Milbrath, Elizabeth
Miller, Christa
Mischker, Lynne
Moe, John
Moen, Lisa
Monson, PJ
Morgan, Kari
Mueller, Kay
Naeger, DaNean
Nelson, Charlotte
Neuser, Deborah
Newmann, Carmen
Nissen, Penny
Novak, Dawn
O'Brien, Ellen
O'Brien, Jeanne
Oliver, Julia
O'Malley, Tanya
Oman, Susan
Onsager, Catherine
Opitz, Lori
Orgel, Charlene
Otto, Andrea
Owczarski, Jim
Panzer, Lori
Pappas, Jenny
Pepper, Lynn
Peterson, Ann
Peterson, Charlene
PETERSON, KATHY
Peterson, Marcy
Phelps, Jean
Polyock, Sue
Porter, Sandy
Pronschinske, Lenice
Redenius, Dawn
Reinhardt, Stephanie
Reuteman, Amy
Richardson, Kathleen
Richter, Billi Jo
Riemenschneider, Julie
Roehl, Rex
Roemhild, Renee
Roesslein, Barb
Rohrbach, Lisa
Roth, John
Rugroden, Lorraine
Salas, Debra
Salentine, Jamie
Sauvola, Shelly
Schneider, Brenda
Schraufnagel, Sheila
Schultz, Kathy
Schupp, Susan
Schut, Donna
Schutte, Patricia
Scofield, Kami
Shaw, Vickie
Shirmer, Deina
Siefert, Joan
Simons, Karen
Smith, Annetta
Smith, Mary
Stamm, Carol
Stanek, Charles
Stanford, Peggy
Stelzner, Jacquin
Stener, Joyce
Stewart, Lisa
Stewart, Tanya
Stiebs, Sandy
Stoik, Sue
Strause, Carol
Stredni, Mary
Strutz, Julie
Sutter, Cheryl
Swan, Sandi
Swanson, Karen
Swenson, Jean Ann
Tadych, Renee
Tafs, Sheila
Tamez, Gail
Tate, Sheila
Taylor, Terri
Tennie, Susan
Tesarik, Connie
Thiel, Lori
Tomesh, Janet
Torkilsen, Karie
Trebatoski, Matt
Tretow-Schmitz, Jean
Trimberger, Edie
UHLENHAKE, EMILY
Villiesse, Jim
Voldsness, Angie
Waege, Sherri
Waggoner, Denise
Wainwright, Joann
Walker, Michelle
Wallace, Christina
Walton, Judy
Wathke, Julie
Webb, April
Weinkauf, Sherry
Weinschrott, Karen
Westerbeke, Susan
Weyenberg, Jennifer
Whitmore, Barbara
Wigderson, Pauline
Winters, Janet
Witak, Lisa
Witon, Susan
Witzel-Behl, Maribeth
Woppert, Barbara (Bobbi)
Zastrow, Nancy
Zegarski, Kari
Zeiler, Jennifer
Zeman, Brenda
Zimmerman, Connie
Zuehlke, Vikki
City of Beloit
Town of Oak Grove
City of Fitchburg
City of Monona
WMCA Clerk-at-Heart
Town of Blooming Grove
WMCA Clerk-at-Heart
City of Eau Claire
Town of Menasha
Village of North Prairie
Village of Sauk City
Village of Clear Lake
City of Altoona
City of Chippewa Falls
Village of Saukville
City of Jefferson
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
Town of Herman
Town of Rock
City of Madison
Village of Little Chute
Town of Delavan
Village of Webster
City of Muskego
Village of Pewaukee
Village of Jackson
Town of Morgan
City of Prescott
Village of Hammond
Village of Sauk City
Village of Brooklyn
City of Eagle River
Village of Wilton
Town of East Troy
Village of Ephraim
Town of Ledgeview
Village of Birchwood
Town of Windsor
Town of Washington
Village of Hartland
Town of Richmond
City of Madison
Town of Merton
City of Neillsville
City of Oconomowoc
City of Fitchburg
City of Oconomowoc
City of Peshtigo
City of Rice Lake
Village of Mazomanie
Village of Somerset
City of Shawano
Village of Johnson Creek
Village of Friesland
City of Milton
City of Onalaska
City of La Crosse
Town of Delafield
Village of New Glarus
Town of Salem
City of Owen
Village of Muscoda
Village of Kronenwetter
Village of Poynette
Town of LaFayette
Village of Richfield
Village of Highland
Village of Trempealeau
Village of Sussex
City of Juneau
City of Menasha
Village of Bayside
City of Ashland
Town of Menasha
Town of Maple Creek
City of Greenfield
Town of Buchanan
City of Brillion
Town of Farmington
Village of Gilman
City of Colby
Town of Gibraltar
Town of Minocqua
Village of Elk Mound
Town of Oregon
City of New Berlin
City of Manawa
Town of Dunn
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
City of Mauston
City of River Falls
Town of Oakland
City of Fond Du Lac
City of Edgerton
City of Merrill
City of Hartford
City of River Falls
Village of Whitelaw
City of Bayfield
City of Stougthon
Village of Bloomfield
City of Plymouth
City of Pewaukee
City of Horicon
Village of Butler
City of Mosinee
City of Antigo
City of Osseo
Village of Muscoda
Village of Star Prairie
City of Clintonville
City of Racine
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
Village of Kewaskum
City of Menomonie
City of Superior
Village of Blanchardville
Town of Mukwonago
Village of Norwalk
Village of Brown Deer
Town of Geneva
Town of Somers
Town of Sherman
Town of Ottawa
Village of Bristol
City of Baraboo
Town of Vinland
WMCA Clerk-At-Heart
Village of Hobart
Village of Clyman
Village of Theresa
City of Peshtigo
City of Hudson
City of Mequon
City of Waukesha
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The Wisconsin Municipal Clerks Association (WMCA) is a professional organization of municipal clerks who have united to:

  • Impart standards of quality and integrity so that the conduct of the members shall be above reproach and merit public confidence
  • Promote the professional development of its members
  • Enhance and promote the professional management of governmental records
     

To further these objectives, certain principles shall govern the conduct of every member of the WMCA.

  1. To recognize that my chief function at all times is to serve the best interests of the people;
  2. To uphold both the letter and the spirit of the government and laws of the State of Wisconsin, my county and municipality;
  3. To devote my time, skills, and energies to my office, both independently and in cooperation with other professionals;
  4. To so conduct my public and private life as to be an example to my fellow citizens;
  5. To be sensitive and responsive to the rights of the public and its changing needs;
  6. To impart to my profession those standards of quality and integrity that the conduct of the affairs of my office shall be above reproach and will merit public confidence in my community;
  7. To maintain my neutrality and impartiality, rendering equal service to all and extend the same treatment I wish to receive myself;
  8. To respect and protect privileged information to which I have access by virtue of my office;
  9. To not knowingly be a party to or condone any illegal, immoral, or improper activity; and,
  10. To use neither public property nor resources for my personal or political gain.
     

I do hereby subscribe to this Code of Ethics, which I affirm will govern my professional and personal conduct as a Wisconsin Municipal Clerk.