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Congratulations!

Welcome to the All-American Community!

Step One

Director’s Welcome!

Step Two

Accepted Student Form

Step Three

Membership Selection

Step Four

Program Selection

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World-class Training Program

Over 16 years of proven training tactics and materials.

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Our tactics and strategies are tried and tested. Since 2011, over 95% of All-American Model UN students have won individual awards and recognitions while competing with our teams. 

Using our proven training, the new cohort-based program will allow students to prepare for conferences with their school team or solo.

Students enrolled in a cohort will have full access to our database of training exercises.

Bi-monthly Online Sessions

Meet with mentors and fellow students to track progress and practice skills.

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Twice a month, all students enrolled in the All-American Model UN cohort will meet with our mentors. We use a private online community called Circle to organize all communication and training sessions. 

Training sessions will be used to review individualized training plans. For a full program outline, please scroll further down this page.

All students can join the training session when preparing teams to compete at conferences.

Compete at Model UN Conferences

We compete at conferences in the US and worldwide with our #1 ranked MUN team.

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The heart of the All-American Model UN cohort program is that students may enroll on teams that will compete at some of the best Model UN conferences in the world.

Most of our students join All-American Model UN because they are looking for additional support and opportunities not afforded them by their school program.

We have been traveling with teams of students for over ten years across four continents. Safety and security are our top priorities.

Overview

Founded in 2012, All-American Model United Nations has worked with over 250 high-potential, high-performance high school students to use Model United Nations to engage student academic passions. Starting in 2023, we are transitioning to a cohort-based program. Accepted students will meet with our team of mentors twice a month regardless of whether they are currently enrolled on a travel team.

We will work with every student to develop an individual learning plan to track progress throughout their time with All-American Model UN. We leverage Circle’s custom built-out technology platform to share files, set up virtual training sessions, track progress, and manage communication.

2022-2023 Team Results

Washington University Model UN Symposium- Best Small Delegation

Ivy League Model UN Conference- Outstanding Small Delegation

North American Invitational Model UN (US Championship Conference)- Best Small Delegation

Harvard Model Congress Europe (Madrid, Spain)- Best Small Delegation

2023-2024 Team Results

University of Connecticut Model UN Conference- Best Delegation

Yale Model UN Korea- Best Delegation

Columbia Model UN Conference & Expo- Best Large Delegation

Boston Invitational Model UN- Best Small Delegation

North American Invitational Model UN- Outstanding Large Delegation

APPLICATIONS PER YEAR

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ALUMNI GOING TO IVY LEAGUE+

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ALUMNI ATTENDING TOP 30 COLLEGES

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September

Tuesdays @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET

September 12- Introductions and Program Overview
September 26- Personal Learning Goals and Competitive Model UN Overview

Monthly Objectives:

  • Introduce the All-American Model UN training approach
  • Set up all students on the Model UN Coach community platform
  • Establish individual goals for the Fall Cohort members
  • Share exercises with students to practice
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October

Tuesdays @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET

October 3- Researching an Pre-Conference Preparation
October 17- General Assembly an ECOSOC Committees
October 31- Crisis Committees

Monthly Objectives:

  • Assess student understanding of All-American Model UN pre-conference research
  • Practice solution-based research and rapid solution development
  • Review how crisis committees are structured and how to prepare for them
  • Understand the pattern traditional GA/ECOSOC committees follow
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November

Tuesdays @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET

November 14- Model UN Procedure and Committee Writing
November 21- Speaking Lab

Monthly Objectives:

  • Pass a procedure exam for traditional GA/ECOSOC committees
  • Gain impromptu speaking competencies for varying timed speeches
  • Understand how to write a draft resolution and crisis directive properly
  • Showcase various tactics that can be used to influence committee during an unmoderated caucus
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December

Tuesdays @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm ET

December 5- Crisis Committee Back Room
December 19- Advanced Model UN Procedure, Amendments, and Voting

Monthly Objectives:

  • Understand how crisis committees work between the front room and backroom
  • Demonstrate how to create and execute a crisis arc
  • Pass an advanced procedure competency
  • Assess personal learning objectives for first-half of the year