ICMA Student Chapter
The purpose of the University of Utah ICMA student chapter is to:
- Support undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in local government.
- Offer opportunities to network and collaborate with local government leaders.
- Connect the next generation of leaders to the complex and fascinating profession of local government.
The ICMA student chapter will seek to recruit members from a variety of undergraduate and graduate disciplines, including public administration, political science, public policy, city & metropolitan planning, and geography.
What benefits do I receive as an ICMA student chapter member?
- Membership is FREE!
- Free registration for the annual conference
- A Knowledge Network profile on ICMA.org with access to information on best practices, interviews, fellowships, internships, networking, and much more!
- Access to Who's Who, a great networking tool
- Access to the ICMA Job Board
- Full Digital membership, including ICMA's newsletter, PM Magazine Online, members-only files, and content (such as the Job Hunting Handbook and Leading Ideas interviews)
- Webinars and podcasts exclusively for student chapter members
How do I join the ICMA Student Chapter?
To join the ICMA student chapter, contact the ICMA student chapter president, Todd Andersen. Once you are a member, join our LinkedIn group!
For more information on ICMA and ICMA student chapters, visit icma.org.
2016-2017 ICMA Student Chapter Committee
Faculty Advisors: Erin Moore, MPA Program Manager
Paul Morris, MPA Faculty
Advisor in the Profession: Mark Christensen, Adjunct Faculty and City Manager of Saratoga Springs, UT
Student Chapter President: Todd Andersen, MPA student and graduate assistant