Boards and committees are made up of members of the general public and government employees. Members are appointed by ministers or, in some cases, the Governor.
Boards and committees were created to provide guidance and advice and to help develop policies which may lead to changes in the law. These changes can improve the services and programmes offered by the Government of Bermuda.
Current boards and committees
Join a Government Board or Committee
Do you want to join a board or committee for the Government of Bermuda? Board and committee selections are made in January each year. Fill in a form and indicate your interest in serving on a board or committee: Boards and Committees - Expression of Interest form
How do I get selected to be on a board or committee?
To be selected, you must complete and submit a form. Once you submit the form, you will receive an email indicating that your request has been received. Your information will be kept on file. Only a Government minister can select you for a board or committee. If you are selected, you will be asked to complete a nomination form.
What boards and committees are there?
See Government board and committee members select the boards and committees you are interested in serving on and why when you complete the form. If you have been on a board or committee before, you can provide those details as well.
Fill in a form and indicate your interest in serving on a board or committee: Boards and Committees - Expression of Interest form