The United Nations is an organization created to promote international cooperation and maintain international peace. The Trinity Hall Model United Nations is a club in which students act as delegates to the United Nations in simulated UN committees and travel to different Model UN competitions across the United States. Model UN at Trinity Hall fosters knowledge of world events and promotes public speaking.
REGISTRATION IS LIMITED AND REQUIRED. Girls in grades 6, 7 and 8 are invited to participate in the conference. All students will gain practical knowledge of how a Model UN club operates at the high school level. Students will take on international problems but with a twist. The four committees at the Conference will tackle world problems like alien invasion, crisis situations, cyber attacks, and a special committee tasked with restoring balance and peace between communities with major differences.
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