Foundation Voices

Foundation Voices is the blog of the Mensa Foundation, where you can learn about our programs and efforts from the Trustees themselves, as well as from committee chairs, appointees, donors, staff members and supporters of the Foundation.  We hope you'll find their insights informational and inspiring.


 

Whatever your reasons for joining, help Mensa be great.

Whatever your reasons for joining, help Mensa be great.

Together, we have a profound impact on the lives of students, on the skills and resources of teachers, and on the public understanding of what "intelligence" means. Our contributions support a lot of good work.

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Exploring and interpreting the concepts shaping our world

Exploring and interpreting the concepts shaping our world

The Colloquium is always open both to Mensa members and the general public, so bring a friend (or three). For more information or to register for the Colloquium, visit colloquium.us.mensa.org.

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The history of your Foundation

The history of your Foundation

Once upon a time, a group of forward- and independent-thinking fellow Mensans felt an altruistic need to extend Mensa's influence beyond its myriad social aspects and sought to find a way to serve the common good of human intelligence.

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For teens, by teens: how the Teen SIG bridges the age gap in Mensa

'For teens, by teens': How the Teen SIG bridges the age gap in Mensa

Imagine walking into an Annual Gathering in a strange city surrounded by more than a thousand people you don't know. You're too old for kids' programs and too young for grownups' programs, and there's nothing on the program for you to do. Now what?

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The Mensa Research Journal offers readers the chance to exercise their brains

The Mensa Research Journal offers readers the chance to exercise their brains

The Mensa Research Journal is not for everyone. It's only for smart people who want to learn more about themselves and other smart people. It's only for people who want to learn more about how their brains work, how their minds work, and how scholars and researchers are working to figure out and even improve what we call human intelligence.

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