The ICMA Coaching program offers the opportunity for ICMA members to serve as coaches in the 1-1 Coaching program. Select this option to have ICMA staff contact you with more information about being a coach. Explore more program information at


ICMA invites Credentialed Managers to become a “Legacy Leader” and help enrich the profession by mentoring the next generation, supporting their professional development, and encouraging them to belong to ICMA as the professional organization that meets their unique needs.


ICMA Social Media Influencers help enrich ICMA’s social media presence by sharing the latest news stories in local government, staying informed on the latest ICMA content, and being a sounding board for the future of ICMA’s social media. 

Help us spread the word. Become a brand advocate for ICMA by sharing some of the latest local government news, ICMA events, and pieces from thought leaders from around the world. If you are interested in keeping ICMA Members up-to-date on the best and latest new content, this is the place to be.


ICMA is working with the U.S. Department of State on a program which brings young professionals from Southeast Asia in Spring and Fall to the United States to learn about environmental sustainability issues in this country while working on a project in your city or county. Participants host two international fellows for four weeks. Hosts will have the opportunity to nominate a staff member to travel for two weeks to a Southeast Asian community for a reciprocal visit to deliver technical assistance and consultation to help engage citizens and civil society organizations.


ICMA works in the United States and around the world to increase the capacity of local governments. Through pro-bono support, local government chief administrators and their departmental specialists have been instrumental in the success and innovation of ICMA’s global programs and projects for many years. Their strong technical knowledge and daily management experience enhance the credibility and quality of our on-the-ground efforts through peer-to-peer learning opportunities. Pro bono support is not only valued during the implementation phase of our activities, but also through the proposal stages as we thoughtfully design practical and tailored approaches to pressing government needs.




ICMA works with graduate schools and local governments nationwide to place recent MPA/MPP graduates in one and two-year management Fellowships under direct supervision from a senior manager. Select this option to have ICMA staff contact you with more information about hosting a Local Government Management Fellow.

The process begins with a completed Letter of Intent to Host. Submit the letter early to have your community listed when students apply in September. To have access to the most candidates, complete your letter of intent before January 31, as candidate finalist files are distributed to hosts in February. Hosts can sign up later, but be aware that candidates begin accepting offers early. Explore the Benefits of HostingFAQ, for more details on projects Fellows have managed for their host communities. Contact Rob Carty at 202/962-3560 or if you have any questions about the program!