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You are cordially invited to the 17th annual Regional High School Model United Nations conference, hosted December 4 - 7, 2013 at the Hilton San Francisco in Union Square. Join us for a world-class Model United Nations experience that is academically substantial and educationally rewarding, with the birthplace of the UN as our backdrop.
In addition to our superlative simulation experience, RHSMUN 2013 presents an opportunity for students to discover their future as a true global citizen. In committee, students will meet real-world policy makers with an expertise on the topics of debate.
Outside of committee, students will engage with Non-Profit Organizations from around the Bay Area who are actively working to cause global change. Additionally, students will be able to explore post-high school educational options, with private tours of Stanford University and the University of California, Berkeley, as well as a college fair with dozens of other higher education institutions.
We believe that the most important part of RHSMUN is the exchange of ideas. We understand that exposure to the different, helps us to understand the current, and collaborate for the future. Our goal is to help students see the importance of this skill-set beyond winning committee awards, and to walk away from our conference with the experience of a lifetime.
Our staff is passionate about global issues education and building community around diverse perspectives. Selected from a competitive applicant pool of some of the top universities in the country, RHSMUN is a culture where leadership and talent is fostered through a commitment to our work and to each other.
San Francisco is the creative and entrepreneurial capital of the world. The energy here is uniquely innovative and is home to many of the world’s groundbreaking non profits, think tanks, consulting agencies and embassies. This city offers a look into how people from every discipline are actively engaging with global issues.
In 1945, representatives from 50 countries gathered in San Francisco to sign the UN Charter. With the Civic Center/UN Plaza Station metro station just a BART ride away, the educational experience is taken out of committee session and into the real world.