NMUN DC Application
This application is for everyone interested in attending the NMUN Fall 2019 conference in DC on the weekend of November 8th to 10th, at the Crystal Gateway Marriott. We will be representing South Korea and Germany in numerous committees, which are included in the application.
Meetings for this conference team will be Wednesdays during free hour, room TBD.
There is no official price for this conference yet, as we are still pretty far out, but you can expect it to be about $150.
Returning members must only fill out section 1, new members must fill out both sections.
You must have attended at least one (1) conference with UMBC Model UN to be considered for head delegate. Model UN is also a 1-credit, upper-level Political Science Course (POLI 384L) for students who attend conference.
UMBC's Model United Nations team works to simulate the United Nations by representing different countries in various committees to develop solutions to serious global issues. In this club, you will develop and expand skills related to public speaking, research, writing, and teamwork. At conference, you will be working with people from across the country and throughout the world, and you will get the chance to meet some really cool people.
Economic and Social Council Plenary (ECOSOC)
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
General Assembly First Committee (GA1)
General Assembly Fourth Committee (GA4)
Security Council (SC) (GERMANY ONLY)
United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA)
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Office of the (UNHCR)
Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) (KOREA ONLY)
Do you authorize the Political Science department to check your UMBC records to confirm that you are in good academic standing and that there are no disciplinary or other issues that would preclude your participation in NMUN DC?
What is your major/minor? Select all that apply (this is for funding purposes)
Would you like to be considered for Head Delegate? You will not be placed in a committee.
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