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Global Classrooms Staff Applications Now Available

by Ryan on November 16, 2010

Applications to staff the Global Classrooms conferences are now available! Conferences will be held in New York City, Los Angeles, Tampa Bay, Miami, and Chicago.

Click here for the Global Classrooms staff application website

Would you like help with your application?

Every member of the Best Delegate team was significantly involved in Global Classrooms. Sarah worked at UNA-USA and her job included selecting Global Classrooms staff — see her post on “How to Apply for Conference Staff.”

Let us know if you’re interested by leaving your name and email address below:

  • http://agrim.co.nr Agrim

    Hi Ryan 😀

    Firstly, a big thank you for all the guidance you’ve provided to me and all the other MUNers out there, I still remember how your website helped to my first Best Delegate award at my first MUN conference! Keep up the good work, you’re an inspiration.

    After having quite a lot of experience as a delegate (8 and counting :D) and various best delegate awards, I was planning to apply for Executive board positions at various MUN conferences, the Global Classrooms IMUN being one of them. The only problem is that I’m still a high school junior. Will I be allowed to apply?
    Thanks 🙂

  • http://bestdelegate.com Ryan

    Hi Agrim! Thank you for your kind comments! And congratulations on winning Best Delegate at your first MUN conference — that’s very impressive! I’m glad you found this website helpful.

    One of the requirements listed on the Global Classrooms Conference Staffing website is “Currently pursuing a degree at a college/university or a recent graduate,” so I don’t think it will be possible to staff the conference while you’re still in high school. However, there might be other ways to get involved with Global Classrooms. The program used to have high school interns, for example. You can try e-mailing unahq@nullunausa.org to see if they have any interest.

    Good luck!

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