Our Advisor Institute is a groundbreaking program to help teachers learn MUN, start new clubs, and lead their delegates to success!
As an MUN Advisor, you want to see your students succeed.
You’ve seen what students can learn from Model UN. You’ve seen your students — some of whom you never expected would be into this — grow into enterprising young leaders. You’ve seen them succeed and you want to do your best to help — but it’s tough.
MOST ADVISORS HAVE NEVER PARTICIPATED IN MUN AS A DELEGATE.
When your students ask you questions — about how to research a country’s policy, or what an “unmoderated caucus” is, or whether their resolution looks right — sometimes it’s hard to give the best answers. You wish you could see what a “good” paper or speech or resolution looks like, and how to get your students to that level of MUN expertise.
Most advisors could use some help — training, resources, and advice — so that they can better help their students, and empower their student leaders.
AND THAT’S WHY WE CREATED THE ADVISOR INSTITUTE.
We want to support teachers and mentors like you who are dedicated to their students. At the MUN Institute, we know how important an advisor is to a Model UN club. We want to support MUN advisors like you all over the world, and help them help their students. We want you to empower your student leaders and create sustainable Model UN programs.
The Advisor Institute is Model United Nations professional development for educators. You will learn:
You’ll learn all of this and more from the Model UN experts: the Advisor Institute is led by Ryan Villanueva and Kevin Felix Chan, the co-founders of Best Delegate. Ryan and Kevin have 15+ years of Model UN experience and have worked with thousands of students and teachers around the world. Click here to learn more about the co-founders’ story!
By attending the Advisor Institute, you will receive:
Is the Advisor Institute right for you?
Dates & Locations:
Housing, Tuition, Breakfast, and Lunch: $2,299
- Tuition & Lunch: $999
*Housing runs from July 8th to the 14th, the Sunday afternoon before the program to the Saturday morning after the Program. Housing is available on Georgetown’s campus. Optional activities will include a campus tour and exploring the program city.