Each year, CCMF equips members with opportunities to broaden their knowledge at various seminars and educational programs. We are especially grateful to Corporate Benefactor Sponsor HdL Companies for donating $7,000 to CCMF’s scholarship fund so that a qualifying member may attend the Local Governance Summer Institute (LSGI) seminar at Stanford University this summer. This donation, along with our Executive Education Grant program, enables us to support three CCMF members who are interested in attending an educational program this year.
We are excited to announce that Needles Assistant City Manager Patrick Martinez is the recipient of HdL’s $7,000 grant, and Rolling Hills City Manager Elaine Jeng is the recipient of one of CCMF’s $7,500 Executive Education Grants. Upon these two awards, there is still one $7,500 grant available for this fiscal year, so we invite CCMF members to apply as soon as possible.
“In alignment with our mission to ‘promote and encourage excellence in city management,’ we are proud to offer many scholarship opportunities,” said CCMF Executive Director Ken Pulskamp. “We have no doubt that programs like Stanford’s LGSI seminar and Harvard’s Leadership Decision Making program will add value and sharpen leadership skills, and we look forward to seeing our members take advantage of these educational opportunities.”
To learn more and apply, visit CCMF’s Executive Education Grant page.
These funds are provided as reimbursements upon receipt.