CCAC Committees

Have you ever thought about getting more involved in the City Clerks Association of California (CCAC) by serving on a committee, but were unsure of where to start?  The CCAC Board has created a volunteer interest form especially for you. The information will be shared with a CCAC representative who will contact you when committee openings become available.  This is a great way to meet other Clerks and earn points toward CMC or MMC Certification. All active CCAC Members may serve on committees. Many committee assignments are handled via conference call. 

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Standing Committees 

Legislative Committee

It shall be the duty of the Legislative Committee to stimulate interest and activity in legislation affecting municipal government; to study proposed legislation and report thereon to members of this Association; to recommend legislation to be sponsored by the Association; and to report to the members concerning such Association sponsored legislation.

Education Committee

It shall be the duty of the Education Committee to keep the members informed and report on all matters pertaining to continuing educational and professional objectives of City Clerks.  This committee shall investigate and report on courses and seminars which may be of benefit to members in furthering their professional status.

Nominating Committee

It shall be the duty of the Nominating Committee to solicit nominations for CCAC Board positions, coordinate election activities and to canvass the election results. 

Other Committees 

Audit Committee

The President shall appoint three Voting Members to be the Audit Committee, and shall designate one of the three members to be the Chair.  The Treasurer shall be ineligible to serve on the Audit Committee. 

Bylaws Committee

The purpose of the Bylaws Committee shall be to review, make recommendations for amendments, and enforce the bylaws set by the Association.  The review and update shall be done every odd-numbered year.

Handbook Committee 

The Handbook Committee shall ensure that the handbook is kept up-to-date with the most current information, guidelines and resources available.  The handbook shall be reviewed every even-numbered year.

Fundraising Committee 

The purpose of the Fundraising Committee is to raise money for educational scholarships toward tuition for the professional development courses needed for IIMC certification and the cost associated with attendance at Association sessions and annual conferences, and for other purposes as determined by the CCAC Board of Directors.

Athenian Dialogue Committee

The purpose of the Athenian Dialogue Committee is to produce a framework schedule for the frequency and location of Dialogue offerings, striving to ensure Dialogues do not conflict with other educational offerings, including other Dialogues.

Mentoring Committee

Members of the Mentoring Committee serve as mentors to help City Clerks and/or other professionals in California who desire to achieve the designation of Certified Municipal Clerk. Members of the Mentoring Committee must be designated as a CMC or MMC.

Regional Committee

The purpose of the Regional Committee is to assist the Region Director in coordinating educational workshops and networking events as well as coordinating with fundraising efforts for CCAC.

Membership and Inclusivity Committee

The purpose of the Membership and Inclusivity Committee is to recruit new members, communicate with members about the benefits of membership, help first-time attendees navigate their first annual conference, and promote an open and welcoming atmosphere for all Clerk professionals.