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63 Municipal Officials Graduate From MEO, Advanced Institutes

Meo Graduates

The MEO Institute had 39 graduates in February. The photo was taken prior to final verification of graduation requirements. 
Not all graduates are pictured. 

The Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government and Advanced Institute together graduated 63 municipal elected officials, including 39 graduates of the MEO Institute and 24 graduates of the Advanced MEO Institute, during Hometown Legislative Action Day on February 6. Find press releases for all graduates from both programs online.

For decades, the MEO Institute has given elected officials the know ledge they need to help their municipalities operate responsively, efficiently and effectively.

Elected officials can graduate from the MEO Institute after they complete two daylong sessions and five other courses that they can take online or in person at any of the selected councils of governments area locations in Columbia, Florence, Georgetown, Greenville and North Charleston. The next in-person session, taking place on Tuesday, March 19, is “Basic Budgeting and Municipal Finance.” The registration deadline is Monday, March 11.

The MEO Honor Roll recognizes the city and town councils that can count all members of their sitting council as graduates of the Municipal Association’s MEO Institute. The municipalities receiving this recognition after the winter 2024 session are Atlantic Beach, Estill, Greer, Inman, Jonesville, Newberry, Prosperity, Santee, Walterboro and York. 

Learn more about the MEO Institute and register for courses at online.

Advance Graduates

The Advanced MEO Institute had 24 graduates. Not all graduates are pictured.