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2024

Model United Nations (MUN) by Harvard Model Congress (HMC)

Learn about international relations and solve global issues.

Eligibility

Grades 8th -12th

Duration

9th & 10th March 2024

Early Application Date

5 March, 2024

[Regular Date: 07 Mar, 2024]

Program Fee for Early Applicants

USD 80

[Regular Fee: USD 100]

Application deadline

7 March, 2024

Program Delivery

Zoom Led

What Is HMC MUN

The HMC MUN is an immersive 2-day simulation exercise for high-school students bringing together aspiring leaders and experts from across the board for an unparalleled dive into the world of international relations and global policy making.

Delegates work with mentors from Harvard Model Congress (HMC) to deepen their understanding of the dynamics of international relations while learning to debate, negotiate and create solutions to the most pressing global challenges of today.

Meet and network with mentors and peers from across the globe. Expand your peer group and advance your understanding of diverse cultures, backgrounds, international problems, etc.

Why Enroll?

Elevate the scope of learning.

Gain knowledge through hand-on activities facilitated by Harvard student mentors

Build a global network with peers from diverse backgrounds

Receive support and help from experts to submit the perfect college application

Get awarded with certificates from HMC and Learn with Leaders

Interact with experienced global leaders from the field of Policy Making and International Relations

Build your Portfolio with meaningful and impact driven projects

Awards & Recognition

Showcase your achievements to the world

Certificate

Certificate from HMC and Learn with Leaders.

Webinars/Masterclass

Access to all LWL webinar/masterclass.

Internship Opportunity

Chance to Participate in a Challenge and Intern with former MIT Class President and Communication Coach.

LwL Social Media Feature

Get a chance to be featured on Learn with Leaders’ Social Media platforms.

Schedule

EST Time Zone

Date

March 9, 2024 -Saturday

Time

6:30 am - 11:30 am-EST



6:30am - 7:00am: Opening Ceremonies
In this ceremony we will introduce you to the rules of our conference as well as the HMC staff who will guide you through debate and resolution drafting throughout the weekend.

7:00am –9:00am: Committee Session I
In this first committee session you will begin opening debates, craft a general speakers list, and start some moderated caucuses on the assigned briefing topics for your committee.

9:00am – 9:30am: BREAK
A short break to get a small snack and take a break from ZOOM.

9:30am – 11:15 am: Committee Session II
In this second committee session you will begin unmoderated caucuses and start drafting your resolutions in blocks. Your Harvard student moderators will be there to provide feedback on your work and guide you through the process

11:15am – 11:30 am: Committee Bonding
A short break to do some fun group building activities to allow you to make cross-cultural connections with other delegates from around the world and prepare to work even more effectively on the next day of the conference.

Date

March 10, 2024 -Sunday

Time

6:30 am - 11:30 am-EST



6:30am – 8:00am: Committee Session III
In this first session of the second day we will pick up right where we left off and begin debating the resolutions!

8:00am – 8:30am: BREAK
Another short break to get a small snack and take a break from ZOOM.

8:30am – 10:00am: Committee Session IV
In this final committee session we will wrap up by attempting to amend and pass as many of the resolutions as possible.

10:00am – 11:00am: Harvard Admissions Panel
A panel presentation by Harvard Undergraduate students. The panel will show a short presentation about Harvard and general admissions to universities in the United States followed by a Q&A with the panelists.

11:00am – 11:30am: Closing Ceremonies
At closing ceremonies we will recap the events of the conference and present awards to the “best-delegates” from each committee whose debate and resolutions shined about the rest!

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