a. One year continuous sobriety.
b. Two year commitment.
c. Six months of active service in C.A.
d. In absence of Chairperson performs those duties of Chairperson.
e. Chairperson of one Standing Committee.
f. Coordinates general Committee activities.
WORLD SERVICE CONFERENCE DELEGATE
The Delegate’s Job is a Spiritual One!
1. Conference Delegates are required to have a working knowledge of the Twelve Steps, the
Twelve Traditions, the Twelve Concepts of Service and the World Services Conference
2. Attend the World Service Conference (WSC) prepared, in order to be able to vote
knowledgeably. Conference Delegates should be present during all voting times until the end
of Conference. Every Conference Delegate, after his or her election, will notify the World
Service Office (WSO) in order to be placed on the mailing list and to receive all Conference
materials, which require several hours of study.
3. After the Conference, the Delegate transmits the information back to his or her Area through
Area and District Meetings as well as to individual Groups. It is important that the
information about the WSO and WSC be passed on with enthusiasm, encouraging the
continued health and growth of C.A.
4. Delegates shall encourage their Areas to generate funds to help support World Services.
5. Delegates must be prepared to attend District, Area and Regional service meetings. They
must understand the issues in their Areas to be better able to present them to the Conference.
6. Delegates cooperate with WSO by providing local meeting schedules and local C.A.
7. Delegates provide C.A. leadership by helping to solve local problems involving the C.A.
Traditions. In the spirit of this leadership need, it is suggested that, if possible, Delegates and
Alternate Delegates not hold any other service commitments at the District or Area level.
Further, in the spirit of rotation, wherever possible, Delegates should only serve one term and
not consecutive terms.
8. Delegates visit Groups in their Districts/Areas and are sensitive to their needs and reactions.
They should learn how the Groups have reacted to Conference reports. Delegates know
communication is a two-way street, with information moving in both directions.
9. Delegates serve on a World Service Conference Committee and work closely with
Committee members throughout the year. It is the Delegate’s responsibility to work closely
with other members of their WSC committee to ensure that it is in action throughout the year.
10. Delegates keep Alternate Delegates fully informed so that the Alternate can replace the
Delegate in an emergency.
11. Delegates shall help all newly elected WSC Delegates from their Areas by passing on
knowledge of WSC procedures.
12. They are also responsible for contacting the Regional Trustee at least once per quarter to
provide the Trustee with Area reports and updates.