|What makes Mensa go?
. . . People!!
So, you’re looking for something
to do? Well, we’re always looking for people to help keep the group humming.
Mensa is a volunteer organization. That means it can’t work without the
members’ help! There are lots of other ways you can be part of the action.
Just offer your services and someone will give you something to do! Secretaries
(“LocSecs”) are appointed from volunteers – usually active volunteers,
people who already hold a substantial number of meetings.
There are also appointed
and elected positions that are essential to the functioning of any group.
Names and phone numbers of all the current officers can be found in publications
or from the National Mensa Office.
etc: This Guide is based largely on extracts from American Mensa
Publications, copiously adapted, the originals of which are published in
Mensa Bulletin, December 1997; further additions have been made with material
from the British Mensa Internet Website. This present guide was produced
by Chris Docker, Scotland for MensaWorld. Although some alterations have
been made to make it more “international” it has a British bias which should
be corrected for use in other countries if required by National Offices
or authorised Mensa Officers of a National Mensa.
Additions, amendments, suggestions
are all welcome: Chris Docker, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
(although please bear in mind that this it was produced as a voluntary
effort and will not be always "up to date"). It may be reproduced or adapted
by authorised Officers of Mensa in good standing subject to general laws
of politeness and copyright. Reproduction in any form by other persons,
electronically, as webpages or as hard copy, is a breach of copyright.