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Like many organizations, American Mensa grew from a volunteering culture; it's truly a grassroots organization as many of our members get involved, interact and help their communities at the local level. We hope you'll make a difference today by volunteering at the local, regional or national level.
American Mensa's leadership workshops are a great way to learn about our organization and function. Whether you're working with a group at a day-long retreat or you're attending a single workshop after your monthly meeting, they offer a wide selection of ways to get involved.
Project Inkslinger® was founded in 1993 to restore a single library, destroyed when the Mississippi flooded parts of the Midwest and South, that lacked the resources to re-establish itself. Donated books bear the Project Inkslinger bookplate with Mensa logo.
Our online directory of local officers is especially helpful for members looking for SIGHT contacts, for locating Area Coordinators within their groups, or for getting in touch with their LocSecs or Editors. The online officer directory is updated each business day!
Whether your mailbox is online or on a post by the street, look to your Local Group newsletter for Mensa news, thought-provoking commentary, fiction, laughs and, of course, that all-important calendar of local events.
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