Our students have won numerous awards at prestigious MUN conferences including Best Delegate awards at conferences hosted by Harvard, Yale, Georgetown, and more.
Khalil Mair attended the MUN Institute in 2014. After an awesome experience at Georgetown University, Khalil took the skills he learned at the MUN Institute and started applying them to every conference he attended the following year. It paid off – at NAIMUN 2015, Khalil won the prestigious Best Delegate award in a Crisis committee! Khalil continued working hard, and eventually served as a MUN Mentor for the MUN Institute in 2016. Currently, Khalil is studying at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.
Our students have been accepted to dozens of prestigious colleges – Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Cornell, Columbia, UPenn, Emory, UChicago, Georgetown, Berkeley, UCLA, Dartmouth, Brown, Northwestern, USC, Wellesley, GWU, McGill, Toronto, and more.
Rebecca Hernandez is from the Rio Grande Valley region of Texas, and she attended IDEA Mission College Preparatory High School. Growing up, she never knew if she would have the opportunity to attend university outside of her community. Having loved MUN for years, Rebecca attended the MUN Institute in 2014, and started off the following school year as the Vice President of her school’s MUN club. In the spring of 2015, Rebecca’s dreams came true and she was accepted into Harvard University. She says that learning public speaking, negotiation, and confidence at the MUN Institute helped her succeed.
Our students have gone on to be Presidents and Secretaries-General of their high school MUN teams, have run conferences, and have competed and held leadership positions in their university’s Model United Nations programs.
Daniel Gordon attended the MUN Institute in 2014 and 2015. After gaining numerous skills at the Crisis and Secretary-General programs, Daniel was inspired to start his own Model UN conference at his school, John Jay High School in the Westchester region of New York State. After 3 years, JJMUNC is a successful one-day conference thanks to Daniel’s leadership skills and drive to create a sustainable MUN project in his community. Daniel is currently studying at the University of Pennsylvania.