The National Model United Nations conference includes more than 5,000 college students from around the world who travel to New York City each spring to discuss current global issues. The conferences are experiential learning programs that provide students with a better understanding of the UN and a range of current international issues.
This year marks the 10th time Boise State University will send a student delegation to NY, where they will use their knowledge and skills gained in a Model UN class at Boise State. Delegates will be prepared to resolve several current international issues pending in UN committees. The conference culminates with several thousand students attending a mock session in the UN General Assembly. Students will also meet with representatives of the Permanent Missions to the UN. We will send 10-12 students to the week-long program in NY. Your contribution will help defray their out-of-pocket costs. For example, $10-$25 will allow a modest meal in NY; $50-$100 will provide a student's lodging (four students per room) for one night in a Manhattan hotel; and $250-$500 will help cover the cost of an airplane ticket.
Please contribute and share to help Boise State NMUN students develop a global perspective and empower future leaders.