Connecticut Conference of Municipalities

About Connecticut Conference of Municipalities

CCM is the state’s largest, nonpartisan organization of municipal leaders, representing towns and cities of all sizes from all corners of the state, with 168 member municipalities. We come together for one common mission — to improve everyday life for every resident of Connecticut. We share best practices and objective research to help our local leaders govern wisely. We advocate at the state level for issues affecting local taxpayers. And we pool our buying power to negotiate more cost-effective services for our communities.

CCM is governed by a board of directors that is elected by the member municipalities. Our board represents municipalities of all sizes, leaders of different political parties and towns/cities across the state. Our board members also serve on a variety of committees that participate in the development of CCM policy and programs.

Federal representation is provided by CCM in conjunction with the National League of Cities. CCM was founded in 1966.


Human Resources Intern

June 2019 New Haven, CT
“I liked the professionalism within the workplace. Everyone there was strictly business as soon as you step into the office, yet they were willing to help me with anything I needed and expand my knowledge in the field of HR. The environment is perfect for someone that can handle the stress of a full-time position because they do not cradle you here. They shape you to become very skilled and knowledgeable.”
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