When I first think of one day Model UN conferences, the most significant memory that stands out to me is the terror I once felt in attending them; this is because of how good the […]

Advisor Institute Interview with Chad Wright

by Joey Moore on July 21, 2017

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Last Friday marked the end of the Advisor Institute taking place at Georgetown University. The Advisor Institute allows advisors to simulate their students experience and learn information that can greatly improve their club. Although we […]

My Model UN Story: Joey Moore

by Joey Moore on July 19, 2017


My name is Joey Moore. I am a rising Senior at Kettle Run High School in Northern Virginia, and I have worked as a Media Associate, Editor, and Article Coordinator for Best Delegate. I joined […]

Public speaking is tough – but we promise that this is the only speech framework you’ll ever need, whether you’re making an MUN speech, giving a class presentation, or even speaking at the UN! Learn […]

Lessons in Historical Crisis Model UN Committees

by Conna Walsh on July 11, 2017


This guest article was written by Rashmi Hemrajani, a current sophomore at The International School of Panama. She has participated in numerous MUN conferences in the past few years, including three iterations of Panama Model United Nations (PANAMUN). […]


At the MUN Institute, campers learn so many Model UN tips and tricks. They’ve told us that the SPEAR framework is one of the most helpful ones that they learn all week! Watch the video […]


Want to hone your Model UN skills, learn about global issues, and meet other students from around the world? Then the MUN Institute is for you! Check out our new video that shows you how […]

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This guest article was written by Ben Monticello, who was the Head Delegate for Michigan State University for the ‘16-‘17 season and was nominated to the Best Delegate All Star First Team in May. Crisis, it’s […]

2016-2017 MUN Educators of the Year

by Conna Walsh on June 5, 2017

All students have had one or more educators who changed their lives for the better – maybe a teacher that inspired them to follow a certain career path, or a principal who helped them through a […]