MUN groups simulate the procedures of the United Nations.
Each school participating in a MUN conference is assigned a country to represent. As representatives of a country, students look at history, culture, allies, and values while using this information to draft resolutions. Rather than focusing on their own opinions, students broaden their perspectives by focusing on their country's viewpoint. MUN Conferences have a specific conflict to discuss, including but not limited to: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Syrian refugee conflict, and North Korea’s dilemma. This club will be similar to a debate club, but with a more constructive and international mindset. MUN will focus on developing public speaking, writing, research, and debate skills. The club will also give students the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of the world through intellectual discussions and rigorous research, while exercising leadership skills.