Welcome to the
NHSMUN 2021 conference!
Session II: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 – Saturday, March 13, 2021
Reserve your seats to join us for the world’s premier Model UN conference!
Established in 1975, NHSMUN is the world’s largest and most prestigious Model UN conference for secondary school students. Long recognized for having the best substantive program on the MUN circuit, NHSMUN is known for its diverse, talented attendees, its world-class staff, its highly engaging debates, and its academically rigorous material. Located in the heart of New York City, NHSMUN offers delegates unparalleled access to the UN system.
Students are able to attend meetings with the diplomatic representatives of the countries they are representing, and other UN and NGO leaders visit committees for dynamic question and answer sessions. Whether you are a beginner or veteran, if you are looking for a highly engaging, immersive experience in the world of international affairs, problem solving, and diplomacy, NHSMUN is the conference for you.
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Why attend NHSMUN?
Many years ago, I, myself, was a Model UN delegate. In fact, my high school came to NHSMUN each year. To this day, I give credit to my faculty advisor, who has since become a dear friend, for getting me involved with Model UN, as it directly inspired me to pursue a career in foreign service.
On behalf of all New Yorkers, I commend the students from more than 70 countries who have come together for this exciting convention. You demonstrate your commitment to leadership development in international affairs and will become the next generation of visionary leaders with the academic and social skills to solve some of the world’s most pressing and ongoing issues.
We may be citizens of our sovereign countries, but more importantly, we’re also global citizens. This presents a tremendous responsibility for all of us. That’s why I commend you for being here at NHSMUN. You’ll use what you learn here in the real world; of this I’m certain — and sooner than you may think.
Networking, negotiation, compromise…this is the stuff that makes the world go around. You might not realize it until years from now, but the skills you’re learning here…they might be more important than anything you’ll ever study in a classroom.