Sponsored by the City/County Managers Associations of San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, the Two-County Next Gen Committee is has created a pilot Regional Management Fellowship Program that offers top talent from local universities the opportunity to work on meaningful projects within local government agencies in Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. The Regional Management Fellowship Program offers participating agencies the ability
This all-day workshop helps prepare future City/County Managers by promoting succession planning in the participating agencies. The Forum alternates its focus between future chief executives one year, and then future department heads on alternate years. The program includes presentations, panel discussions and informal networking with current city/county managers and executive recruiters. The cost of the session is $100, which covers
Santa Clara County: April-Oct; applications due in February 15, 2013. San Mateo County: August-November; applications due in July. The Leadership Academy of Santa Clara County is focused on helping mid-level professionals advance in their organizations. Focusing on “soft skills,” the Academy is held once per month for seven months and costs $850 per participant. For more information, go to http://sccleadershipacademy.weebly.com.
This all-day workshop helps prepare future City/County Managers and Department Directors and promotes succession planning in the participating agencies. One year the Forum focuses on future chief executives; on alternative years, the workshop engages future department heads. The program includes presentations, panel discussions and informal networking with senior managers and executive recruiters. The cost of the session is $100, which
High-potential employees are placed in another local government agency for three months. The exchange creates new skills, experiences and relationships. Agencies can place employees with other local governments and/or receive MTEP employees for the three months. In addition to supercharging the careers of participants, MTEP helps local governments expand their organizational capacity and effectiveness with fewer employees. For more information,
Happens every 2 years. The next Speed Coaching will be held in Fall 2012. Similar to speed dating, speed coaching rotates emerging leaders through six rounds of 10-minute coaching sessions with different senior managers from local governments in the two counties. This easy, energetic and fun coaching and networking event engages over 100 participants and costs $25 per participant.
REGISTER NOW for the 2016 COACHING WEBINARS There is no charge to register and all persons interested in local government are welcome. Each webinar requires its own registration. Click on a webinar below to register. We encourage you to register even if you are unable to attend the live session. You will receive an automatic notice when the digital recording
Held every year. The Two-County Next Generation Committee meets once per year with university career center staff to educate them about local government careers and discuss opportunities such as the Regional Internship Program, the Manager in Residence Program and Job Shadow Day, as well as local government representation at university job fairs. Career Guide for University Career Counselors
Held once every year in Oct/Nov. To attract young people to local government careers, this one-day program matches interested university students with managers in local government. Sponsored by the Municipal Management Association of Northern California (MMANC), Job Shadow Day is offered free of charge to participating agencies and students. Job Shadow Day Toolkit for High School Students Job Shadow Day