SA's International Committee (SAIC) maintains a confidential directory of members who are involved, or wish to become involved, in international service work. If you'd like to volunteer your services, please complete this form and then click Submit. What you have written will then go instantly and securely into the SAIC service directory - to be used for SAIC service work only.
Thank you for your willingness to participate in international service.
e.g. Alan G
Where you live
Enter, in this order, your Country, State, City e.g. UK, Hampshire, Winchester
Your main role
Please indicate your current main role in International outreach using this drop down menu
Delegate or Trustee
Languages you speak
... beyond English e.g. French, Hebrew
Your telephone - landline
Please include your international code and spaces. e.g. +1 202 761 2345
Your telephone - mobile
Please include your international code and spaces. e.g. +44 777 761 234.
Your Skype/VOIP user name
... if you have one. We use this a lot for our work.
Your e-mail address
... the one you want to use for SAIC service work.
What you would like to be involved with next....
Please tick ONE item
Review and update the SA Fact Sheet for your country of choice once a month
Submit a simple Country Report to SAIC once a quarter
Join the SA International Buddy List and contact one other list member each day
Monitor the international pages on the SA web site quarterly and request corrections whenever necessary
Check and up-date quarterly the on-line map of SA meetings worldwide
Sign-up as an ex-pat friend of the SA community in another country and maintain weekly contact with someone over there
Every six months, verify all the recorded contacts in a Country Fact Sheet by contacting each of them
E-mail a different international loner each week and support them in getting a local meeting started
Translate the SA Internet leaflet (or another piece of literature) into another language
Set up and run a quarterly teleconference for IC volunteers in a specific region e.g. Latin America
Devise and prepare a range of useful "How to" guides for SA loners, groups or Intergroups overseas
Contribute Q's or A's to our International Committee's Q&A sheets
Recruit additional volunteers for SAIC work using your own contacts and ingenuity
Be a talent spotter on the SA telephone meetings, listening for overseas members and foreign accents
Be a talent spotter on the SA-Net e-mail group, looking for potential e-mail correspondents for loners
Be a talent spotter on SAOnLine, looking for loners in foreign countries who might appreciate support in forming an new SA meeting.
Gather electronic documents and templates which could be useful to overseas loners, groups or Intergroups.
Become a co-manager of the SA International Buddy List (men only)
Take on the management of the SAIC service directory
Become an SAIC liaison person, calling or visiting SAICO regularly, to exchange information on international developments.
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