Start Date: 28th October 2023
End Date: 05th November 2023
Timing: 2 hours for the weekends (Saturday & Sunday)
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST (5:30 PM to 7:30 PM IST)
Course fee - USD 350
Eligibility: Grade 8th to 12th
Cohort size- 15-20
Program Delivery- Zoom platform
Last Date To Apply - 20th October 2023
Online Zoom Synchronous Course
MUN Program for Future Leaders
About the MUN program for Future Leaders
Welcome to the MUN program for Future Leaders, a collaboration between the Harvard Student Agencies and NextGenInnov8. Our program combines Harvard's expertise in Model United Nations with NextGenInnov8's commitment to empowering future global leaders.
Join us for an immersive experience where you'll enhance your diplomacy skills, engage in intense debates, and gain a deeper understanding of global issues. Unleash your potential and make an impact on the world stage with our transformative MUN program.
About the H.S.A. Team
The Harvard Student Team brings a wealth of experience and passion to the MUN program.
Comprised of top-notch students who have excelled in their own MUN endeavors, these talented individuals understand the intricacies of diplomacy and negotiation at the highest level.
They are dedicated to sharing their knowledge, providing guidance, and inspiring participants to reach their full potential.
With their extensive understanding of MUN procedures, research techniques, and public speaking skills, the Harvard Student Team is fully committed to helping students thrive in the challenging world of Model United Nations.
Harvard Student Agencies Tutoring is an organization exclusively made up of current Harvard student who seeks to share their experiences, opportunities, and talents.
NextgenInnov8 is an innovation-driven company dedicated to facilitating and bringing about innovative solutions to the world’s problems.
The Academies @HOME are Harvard student-run academic programs designed alongside Harvard faculty and professionals to orient high school students to fields such as Pre-Med, Coding, Pre-Law, Entrepreneurship, Business Consulting, and Politics.
Meet Harrison Wallace
Harrison Wallace is a sophomore at Harvard College studying Neuroscience and Anthropology.
He attended the United Nations International School of Hanoi, where he was enrolled in the IB Diploma and was the Secretary-General for Model UN.
At Harvard, Harrison is an analyst with Harvard Consulting on Business and the Environment and a supervisor for the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter.
He has extensive experience tutoring students in the IB diploma, specifically biology and chemistry, as well as SAT.
He currently has a 4.0 in College and plans to pursue an MD/PhD program after graduation.
Each of our programs is limited to a small cohort of 15-20 participants. Shortlisted candidates will go through a selection process by NextgenInnov8 and the final Cohort will be selected based on their performance during the process.
Starting Date End Date
28th Oct, 5th
Last Date To Apply
8 hours over weekends
2 hrs for the weekend ( Sat & Sun) ,
8:00 AM- 10:00 AM EST
Skills you Gain
Negotiation and Diplomacy
Students will learn how to conduct thorough research on global issues, countries, and policies.
Through engaging in debates and simulations, participants will enhance their critical thinking abilities
Participants will learn to articulate their ideas confidently, deliver persuasive speeches, and effectively communicate their viewpoints to a diverse audience.
Students will develop negotiation skills as they engage in diplomatic discussions and seek consensus among delegates with differing opinions.
Leadership and Collaboration
Confidence and Resilience
Participants will work collaboratively with fellow delegates, taking on leadership roles within their delegations and committees.
By representing different countries and engaging with diverse perspectives, students will develop cultural sensitivity and global awareness.
Engaging in MUN requires juggling multiple responsibilities, including research, preparation, and participation in committee sessions.
Through the MUN program, students will build confidence in their abilities to present their ideas and navigate complex discussions.
Networking and Social Skills
The program provides a platform for students to connect with like-minded individuals from diverse backgrounds
The MUN program nurtures a sense of global citizenship and social responsibility
MUN Program Curriculum
• Week-1( Saturday)
• Public speaking workshop
• Debate Workshop
• Week-2 ( Saturday)
• Public Speaking/ Debate/ Writting Assessment
• Final Reflections
• Week-1 ( Sunday)
• Writing Policy proposals
• Position Papers & Outside Research
• Week-2 ( Sunday)
• MUN Simulation