REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Please contact Lisa Martin at email@example.com.
Registration is now open for the first of its kind workshop designed to help students and teachers incorporate action and service projects that support the SDGs in their MUN programs. Time will be given for small group action planning, facilitated by experienced MUN delegates. An opening keynote on student activism supporting the SDGs, and a second full-session on how to promote service campaigns, will round out the day. This event is open only to high school students and their teachers.
This event is by donation, meaning you pay what you can afford to pay. Join us for a day of great conversation, networking, and planning!!
Email Lisa Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Date: Saturday April 13th
Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Venue: New York Hilton Midtown
We ask all participants make a donation
to help us cover the day’s costs.
8:00- 9:00 Registration
9:00-9:30 Opening Ceremony + Keynote: Evan Wesley-Thirst Project
9:30-11:15 Break Out Session 1: Planning for Impact
11:15-11:30 Full Session Reconvenes
11:30-1:00 Lunch participants
1:00-2:30 Break Out Session 2: Planning for Impact
2:30-3:30 Full Session: Speaker/topic TBA
3:30-4:00 Closing Ceremony
We will run a two hour Directors Orientation session to familiarize educators with MUN Impact tools and resources. Time to share best practices and discuss larger global themes emerging in the MUN community will also be facilitated.
Hotel and Transportation Information
We highly recommend staying at the New York Hilton Midtown, both for convenience and for the competitive rates they provide. IMUNA can assist with reserving these rooms. Participants are free to stay at other hotels. Transportation to/from the airport to the conference venue may be arranged independently via a number of preferred vendors.
United Nations MUN Impact Student Summit: Friday April 12, 2019
The United Nations Depart of Public Information will be hosting, in collaboration with MUN Impact, a one day event at UN Headquarters. This open workshop format will allow students to connect with examples of Impact programs being run by high school and university students. UN experts will also be sharing ways in which MUN programs can connect to UN initiatives and programs. This event is free of charge, and registration for that event will be handled via the Education Outreach division at email@example.com. High school students must sign up via a delegation/MUN Director. Independent students are referred to the All American MUN team option.