Do you strive to be a politician, future leader, or policy maker?
Do you wish to gain applicable skills that develop your sense of international relations?
Model United Nations, (or as we call it, MUN), is a collaborative form of debate where students act as delegates to the United Nations to solve global issues. The ultimate goal for this style of competition is to draft a solution using the policy of several delegations to create a compromise that benefits the global community. This form of debate helps build public speaking, researching, writing, and teamwork skills, and helps students become more conscious of international issues. Our club meets to practice these skills and prepare for the conferences that we attend throughout the year. Out board also throws a MUN conference at Lowell annually, which is called SFMUN (sfmun.org) which brings together thousands of high schoolers annually, many of them being international students. Members gain the opportunity to visit prestigious colleges like UC Berkeley, Stanford, and Harvard for conferences, and win awards at these events. No experience is required to join MUN, as we spend time learning these topics together.
Michelle Song, President
Zoe Simotas & Jessi Yu, Co-Vice Presidents
Amael Vaisse, Secretary
Adrianna Zhang, Treasurer
Tula Roderick, Head of Fundraising
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Club) email@example.com (Conference)
Instagram: @lowellmun (Club)
FB: @San Francisco MUN