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The UD ICMA Chapter's trip to the City of Rehoboth Beach's municipal complex (pictured above), which also included a networking event with city and town managers, earned the chapter the accolade of ICMA Best Chapter Event.
In September 2018, staff and students within the University of Delawares Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration spearheaded the creation of UD's International City/County Management Association (ICMA) Student Chapter. With the mission of educating students about career opportunities in local government, networking with local professionals in the field, and engaging students in local government projects, UDs ICMA student chapter grew to a membership of 36. UDs chapter is among the 78 active ICMA student chapters worldwide and 19 student chapters within ICMA's Northeast region.
The UD ICMA Student Chapter was recognized by its parent association in the 2019 ICMA Best Student Chapter Event Contest. The chapters submission, which highlighted a visit to the City of Rehoboth Beach that included a tour of the citys municipal complex and a networking event with city and town managers, placed first in the annual contest. As such, the chapter will receive $1,800 to support student travel to the 2019 ICMA Annual Conference, which will take place this fall in Nashville, Tennessee.
To highlight the activities and events the group participated in throughout its inaugural year, chapter advisor Marcia Scott of the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) worked with IPA GIS Specialist Nicole Minni to develop the UD ICMA Student Chapter 201819 Annual Report.
The format of this report is a GIS story map that combines geospatial maps and data with photos, videos and text to visually tell the story of UD ICMAs inaugural-year activities, said Scott.
The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) is an association representing professionals in local government management positions. In addition, ICMA conducts research, provides technical assistance and training, and promotes professional local government management.
Students interested in learning more about the UD ICMA Student Chapter are encouraged to contact chapter advisor Marcia Scott.
The University of Delawares Institute for Public Administration (IPA) addresses the policy, planning, and management needs of its partners through the integration of applied research, professional development, and the education of tomorrows leaders.
Article by Chris Kelley.
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