Summer 2021 Academies
Improve as a delegate, student, and leader.
Three awesome programs for delegates looking to improve their diplomacy skills, procedural mastery, resolution writing acumen, and leadership presence. Register for the Summer Tournament, Virtual Diplomacy Academy, or Virtual Crisis Academy, or sign-up to the waitlist for our first in-person Academy!
June 26-Aug 7, Saturdays
Register today to participate in the first-ever summer-long Model UN tournament! Each week, you’ll be assigned a new position and new committee, with no more than 20 students per committee. You’ll get to experience traditional GA committees, specialized agencies, and crisis committees.
July 11-16 & July 25-30
Spend a week working closely with the All-American Model UN Director to build the skill set you need to succeed at Model United Nations conferences. The Diplomacy Academy takes students through traditional Model UN committees, such as General Assembly and Economic and Social Council simulations. The Crisis Academy will focus on faster-pace Specialized and Crisis simulations.
In-Person All-American Academy (Tentative)
August 8-14, 2021
Conditional on COVID-19 vaccinations, the All-American Academy will take place in Boston. Delegates will compete in a series of Model UN committees throughout the week, improving their skills in real-time with a team of coaches. Students may also apply to chair their own committees, placing them behind the gavel for an entire day.
Join a community of like-minded students.
Everyone in All-American Model UN wants to be their best. They want to compete. They want to support each other. They want to grow. Sound familiar?
The culture we foster at All-American Model UN is unique. We’re intentional about the community we build by training core mindsets and focusing on collective improvement. Over 60% of our students engage with us multiple times throughout high school. Find out why so many students keep coming back.
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We accept submissions from individuals and organizations– now accepting conference announcements, secretariat, chair, and committee introductions, club and travel team articles, and editorials. Email articles to [email protected].
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