The South Carolina Municipal Clerks and Treasurers Institute gained eight new graduates in 2022. MCTI is a three-year program providing municipal clerks and treasurers with skills critical to their profession.
Graduation from the program requires participants to complete more than 120 hours of classroom instruction on topics such as business license management, accounting and municipal law.
Completion of MCTI satisfies the education requirements for the certifications offered by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks as well as the Association of Public Treasurers of the United States and Canada. Those seeking IIMC’s Certified Municipal Clerk designation also need to complete a capstone project. MCTI is scheduled as six sessions, each taking place over two and a half days. Participants can begin the program at any point and are encouraged to attend sessions consecutively.
Here are the program’s most recent graduates:
- Jennifer Adkins, city clerk, City of Myrtle Beach
- Brandi Allen, clerk/treasurer, Town of Stuckey
- Julie Burgess, administrative assistant, City of Greer
- Elizabeth Krajewski, clerk/treasurer, Town of Arcadia Lakes
- Lindsey M. Newton, community and economic development coordinator, City of Clemson
- Rebekka Jean Phillips, city clerk, City of Woodruff
- EmmaLee Salvo, deputy clerk/treasurer, Town of Jackson
- Dorota Szubert, finance director, Town of Kiawah Island
Learn more about the program online.