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Meet two of our Student Chapter members. Learn about best practices in Ohio communities and partnership governments. Read about the 2018 OCMA Winter Conference/ICMA Midwest Summit, the Midwest Leadership Institute and the Next Gen Internship Program.
OCMA promotes excellence in local government through professional management. The Annual Awards Program honors communities and administrators for creative contributions to professional local government management. Nominate a colleague or community today!
Shared services can yield great results for local governments to increase efficiency and effectiveness, but that’s not the only way for cities and counties to help each other. Read about how collaboration and good organization can lead to improvement.
OCMA offers financial support to selected communities interested in creating internships and exposing college students to local government management. OCMA has awarded nine internship awards in the past three years. Learn more and consider appyling!
Please join OCMA as we partner with ICMA for the 2018 OCMA Winter Conference and ICMA Midwest Regional Summit to provide fantastic professional development and networking opportunities with executive leadership and local government professionals.
A basic premise of the Midwest Leadership Institute is that successful outcomes in local government require a deep understanding of interpersonal leadership. The courage to admit when you do not know what you do not know, is a focus of the Institute.
Meet Audrey Flood, ICMA-OSU Student Chapter Member. Learn how she became interested in a career in local government and how she sees her mother as one of the most important influences in her life.
See how the Village of Hebron has collaborated with the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Licking County Parks District to focus on walkability and multi-purpose trails for community residents.
Introducing Ariel Washington, Vice President of Cleveland State University's ICMA Student Chapter. Learn about Ariel's goals and interest in economic and community development.
See how the ingenuity of the Amberley Village Maintenance Department resulted in significant cost savings and highly effective use of community tax dollars.