Online Model UN Programs
Digitally designed Model United Nations virtual conferences, newsletters, and courses
Digital First Design
Rather than try to replicate in-person experiences, All-American Model UN virtual programs and courses are designed from a digital-first perspective. There’s more to technology than Zoom!
Even though technology allows us to have hundreds of students in a session, we purposefully choose to work with small groups of students to guarantee growth.
All-American Model UN has produced digital teaching programs to fit all experience levels and different learning styles. Students can choose from self-paced courses, weekly club meetings, or week-long academies.
All-American Model UN will continue to put our community first. We hope that all of our students develop long-lasting relationships with each other and with our mentors.
Virtual Diplomacy Academy and Crisis Academy
Diplomacy Academy: July 11-16, 2021
Crisis Academy: July 25-30, 2021
The All-American Model UN Academies give students the best Model training in the world. Redesigned for a virtual experience, students will participate in interactive workshops in the morning (10AM-12PM) and simulations in the afternoon (1PM-3:30PM). Students will receive personalized feedback after each day to improve their performance. In addition, students must complete an academic project corresponding to the Academy title consisting of a 2,000-word abstract and presentation. Students who successfully complete the week-long Academies will earn their seats on the All-American Model UN US and International Travel Teams. Tuition is $400 per week and students receive a $500 travel grant after successful completion.
Gavel Drop Director’s Newsletter
Every Monday Morning in Your Inbox
Subscribe to the All-American Model UN Director’s weekly email to get unparalleled insights, opinions, and frankness. Every Monday, you’ll get an article or two written by Frank Pobutkiewicz, the Director of All-American Model UN. In addition to Model UN hot takes, Gavel Drop will cover topics like gap years, internships, bad teachers, and building community.