Serving at the World Level
Greetings from the Human Resource Panel. If you have five or more years clean, and service experience or skills that could contribute to world services, we would like to invite you to become a member of the World Pool. It is easy to do, simply complete the World Pool Information Form and return it to us.
Being a member of the World Pool means that you may be considered for world service trusted servant work. For example, when the World Board needs members to participate in projects or work groups, or when the HRP considers nominees for World Service Conference elections, the World Pool database is searched for people who have expressed the willingness to serve and meet the identified requirements.
The form is designed so that you can provide us with important contact information, as well as an accurate description of yourself, including your abilities, skills and service history. For these reasons, it is very important to commit the time necessary to complete the form thoroughly and thoughtfully.
We believe that completing a World Pool Information Form is in itself an act of selfless service. And please remember, even if you have previously submitted one of the older resumes or forms, or you already are in the World Pool, it is important to complete a WPIF every three years so that we have the most accurate and up-to-date information.
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You may either download the WPIF in PDF format, print it, fill it out and send it back to the HRP, or you can fill it out online.
Fill out the WPIF online
News for our Members
Service System: If you are from a region or area that is trying some of the ideas from the Service System Project, or you are discussing how they might work and you want to try lifting some of the ideas off of the drawing board with us, we encourage you to contact world services if you haven’t already done so. For more information on this project see the service system page.
Local Resources Area: this is a collection of the fellowship’s experience, strength, and hope on a variety of service topics.
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