It has become increasingly evident how seemingly isolated international events can quickly and drastically spill across borders and impact the entire world. At the same time, the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of strong leadership and international cooperation during challenging times. At IC21, we engage bright young people in solving incredibly timely issues such as world health, international peacekeeping, and environmental degradation through our annual Model United Nations conference.
The 2020 Teton County Model UN (TCMUN) conference took place virtually November 16-17. Model UN is an inherently interactive and participatory experience, so going entirely online is a challenge. Our staff at IC21 and student leaders from three regional schools are committed to providing the best (and safest) experience possible during these challenging times! For more detailed information about the conference, visit our TCMUN blog.
This year’s keynote speaker, Dr. Nadia Oweidat, took place virtually at noon on Monday, November 16. Find out more information about her presentation here.
We need you! We couldn’t put on such an exceptional conference without our loyal local volunteers. From picking up lunch for the delegates, helping to set up for the reception, to providing snacks for the student breakroom, we are so thankful for the parents and community members who contribute to TCMUN.
For more information on how to get involved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.