Message from the Tidewater Mensa LocSec
Dear Fellow TMs,
Ever think of being a Mensa test proctor? I have, and I hope you have, too.
The health of any organization is strongly influenced by its "income" and "outgo." I'm not talking just money here, but also people. A significant portion of our people "income" is from interested prospects taking the Mensa IQ test. And the test can't be given without volunteer proctors.
What are the requirements to become a proctor? It starts with a four-year college degree (regardless of major). Beyond that, the details become more numerous. I'd be glad to fill you in.
I think that now is a terrific time to expand our pool of proctors, so if you've ever thought about becoming a proctor, please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org.
LocSec, Tidewater Mensa
|Membership Prospective members are welcome at the majority of our events. Our can answer your questions—or see the national page for qualifying criteria.||Geography Tidewater Mensa, Local Group 233 of American Mensa, Ltd., covers the area from Williamsburg, VA down to the North Carolina border. (Click here to see a map. Use your browser's "back" button to return to this page.)|
Activities Click here to view our public calendar. Each month we have a regular monthly gathering (MG) and a dinner out together (Gourmand SIG). The executive committee (Ex Comm) meets every month. M-Tides is our monthly newsletter. (The newsletter Activity Calendar, usually on Page 7, is for members only. Please see "Web Access," elsewhere on this page, for password information.)
Note: Event photos are in the "Cool Stuff" section.
Gifted Children Children can become members of Mensa. The regular admissions test is available to prospective members who are at least 14. Prior evidence can be submitted for any prospective member and is the only way for those under 14 to become members. There are tests commonly given by school systems that qualify as evidence. Scores must be at or above the 98th percentile. On some tests that means an IQ of 130 and on others 132 (it has to do with how the tests are constructed and scaled). For more information click here.
Check out the Mensa for Kids site!
|Community Tidewater Mensa has a Yahoo discussion group, twmensa. Don Gregory (your friendly Webmaster) is the current "moderator"—but the only "moderating" I intend to do is to admit members and handle any problems that arise. Please stop by and join the group!||Web Access Access to members-only areas of this and the Mensa National web sites is available only by individual membership number and password. If you need information on how to get a password, please click here for the login page and click on "Forgot your password?" or to send email to people who can help.|
|SIGHT If you are a traveling Mensan needing a place to stay while visiting the Tidewater area, please contact our local . For more information and forms, please click here.||Our Charter Documents|
|Visit American Mensa's home page. Monthly offers (discounts!), upcoming events, merchandise (games!), quick links to useful stuff—it's all there!|
Page last updated August 13, 2017.
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