U.S. Embassy Series on the Model UN Experience

by KFC on September 15, 2012

Staffers at GCIMUN. (Photo credit: UNA-USA)

The State Department’s eJournal USA recently published a series of articles that focuses heavily on Model United Nations. The series notably includes pieces written by former Model UN all-stars who staffed UNA-USA’s Global Classrooms International MUN conference (GCIMUN) with us during our college days that reflect on how Model UN has impacted their professional careers.

Special thanks to Best Delegate fan Ryan Kaminski for letting us know about it!

Check out all the articles here:

What is Model UN? (And Why Should You Care?)
By Nili Sarit Yossinger
No matter what path you choose in life, Model UN can help you get there.

Acting for Change
By Ryan Kaminski
They may be acting, but Model UN delegates are preparing to make a very real impact in the world.

Model UN Thrives in Argentina
The U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires has been helping Argentine students impersonate American diplomats in Model UN since 1997.

WHERE ARE THEY TODAY? MODEL UN ALUMNI IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

Beth Milton: From Role Play to Role Model
U.S. Foreign Service Officer Beth Milton views Model UN as a tool for peace.

Adrian Rodriguez-Montfort: Passionate About Politics
British Senior Policy Adviser Adrian Rodriguez-Montfort loves the thrill of international negotiation and cooperation.

Soushiant Zanganehpour: Making It Work
Model UN helped Canadian-Iranian consultant Soushiant Zanganehpour choose a career.

GETTING STARTED WITH MODEL UN

How to Participate in Model UN
Learn how you can get involved with Model UN with these step-by-step instructions!

Top 10 Reasons to Get Involved with Model UN
Find out why thousands of students participate in Model UN every year.
Read more: http://iipdigital.usembassy.gov/st/english/publication/2012/07/2012073142610.html#ixzz26Ei4O0u1

 

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