Model United Nations Conference for Middle School Girls

On Saturday, October 20, nearly 60 girls in grades 6 through 8 gathered to take part in Trinity Hall's second Model United Nations Conference for Middle School Students. Model UN at Trinity Hall fosters knowledge of world events and promotes public speaking. Student participants gained practical knowledge of how a Model UN club operates at the high school level while they tackled international problems. The three committees at the Conference discussed world problems like alien migration, natural disasters, and restoring balance and peace between communities with major differences. The conference also gave leadership experience to members of the Trinity Hall Model UN club, as it was designed and led by our students. 
 
Congratulations to the Trinity Hall Model UN club for running a fun and interesting event, and to faculty members Jennifer Havens and Nicole Sadowski for their support.

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