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Schoolhouse Model United Nations 2024


Hafsah M and 11 others

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This series ended on January 14, 2024. All 1:1 and group chats related to this series are disabled 7 days after the last session.

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Hey everyone! We are really excited to welcome you all to the second edition of the Schoolhouse Model United Nations!

What is an MUN and Why Should You Participate?
For those who may not be familiar with MUN, it stands for Model United Nations, which is a simulation of the United Nations, with delegates taking on the role of a country’s representative to discuss and find solutions to pressing global issues. MUNs are a great opportunity to develop your public speaking, negotiation and problem-solving skills. And we’re excited to host the second edition of Schoolhouse MUN to give y’all these opportunities on the platform!

About the Event:
The event will consist of opening and closing ceremonies, with training sessions for all delegates. There are six committees, with the details for each as follows:

United Nations Development Programme: Accelerating the creation of inclusive and sustainable industrial development
United Nations General Assembly: Discussing causes and solutions to animal extinction
United Nations Environment Programme: Analysing the progress of the Paris Climate Agreement
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation: Discussing the viability of a Common Universal Education System
United Nations Women: Economic and political empowerment of women
Food and Agricultural Organisation: Assessing the causes and consequences of unequal food distribution across landmasses and regions

The event will take place from 13th to 14th January, 2024 (Eastern Hemisphere time), with 3 committee sessions taking place everyday, each for one hour. Each delegate who attends at least half of the committee sessions will receive a participation certificate, and winners will receive certificates of excellence. The best delegates from each committee will also win Schoolhouse merchandise!

How to Participate:

1. Register for this series to be a part of the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the training sessions for all delegates.
2. Fill in the committee preference form so that you will be allotted your committee and portfolio:
3. Your committee and portfolio will be assigned to you, and study materials for the same will be shared. After that, you’ll have to register for your committee’s series. The link for the same will be shared with you.
4. Read the rules of procedure and the study material thoroughly, and research further on your committee’s agenda and your country’s stance regarding it to prepare for the conference.
5. Take part in the conference!

For further details about the event, please take a look at the official event coda doc:

If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the series public discussion below or reach out to [email protected], and we’d be happy to answer!

Note: If you’d like to join the event as an audience member, you are more than welcome to do so!

We hope you will join us for this exciting and enriching opportunity to learn about global issues and hone your public speaking and negotiation skills. We look forward to seeing you there!


Delegates are highly encouraged to join the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the training session. However, if you are not able to join any session, please let us know beforehand.


January 13 - January 14


148 / 500

Total Sessions


About the Tutors

Hey everyone! I am Hafsah, a high school sophomore from India, studying advanced courses well ahead of my age. I'm really passionate about anything related to maths, CS and science. In my free time, I love to read, ski, research on random topics that catch my interest, do some cooking and learn new languages. I've taken the Digital SAT, with a superscore of 1530 (750 R&W, 780 Math). I'd be happy to help out with anything related to Math (from Pre-Algebra to Calculus), Science, Computer Science or SAT Prep. Excited to be a tutor here at schoolhouse, and I look forward to seeing you in my sessions!

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👋 Hi, my name is Kirill 🎓 Soon to be grad (In High school) 🪆Russian Native, with a passion for creating content and coding. 📚 During my senior school life I have been commended multiples times, at one point even coming top of the school for positive slips. 💻 As for my future, I hope to one day work as a UI Developer/ Data engineer and work with a diverse team. 💡 In my free time, I like to work YouTube videos. 💪 My strengths are in the video creation space, marketing space, UI/UX design, prototyping and tutoring. Happy to be part of the schoolhouse team!

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I'm a high school student from the Bay Area. In my spare time, I enjoy listening to rock, playing basketball, and playing the guitar.

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I'm a high school student, a junior to be specific. I am ambitious and always like to get things done (in as little time as possible too... 😂). I hate putting things off but tend to find ways to do things easier... Some may call me lazy, some may call me creative, but one thing's for sure, I love learning! (Oh... and recently tutoring!) Feel free to browse my Git page :)

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I'm excited to be a learner & tutor here!

View Hind S's Profile

I'm a student and I am looking forward to learning new things beyond school. I am enrolled in an excellent music program where I learn to play the keyboard/piano. I'm a polyglot (7 languages known). I also love writing poetry, dramas/plays and short stories. I also like Computer Science and I'm familiar with HTML/CSS, Python, C & C++. I like to work on graphic designing in my free time. I like to read novels and watch Netflix. I'm excited to help you with subjects which I'm good at.

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I am a high school student from Missouri and I am here to learn, maximize my scores in STEM-related classes and tests, and help others score high too! I like to spend time with my family, study, fence, and play guitar in my free time!

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Hello! I'm Temitayo, a student who's an impassioned learner. As a tutor in Schoolhouse, I'm excited to help in Math and SAT Prep, using helpful approaches, and continue developing myself.

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I’m a college student from Massachusetts. In my free time I like 3D printing (PRUSA + Fusion360), reading mysteries, wakeboarding and listening to music. I was on a number of volunteer teams here at Schoolhouse, and am now "retired." I enjoy tutoring art sessions, pre-Algebra help, and SAT R&W. Now, I'm studying International and Global Studies, Anthropology, Spanish, and Italian. 🩷💜💙

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Hey, my name's Jose, and I'm currently a senior. I'm about the biggest Indie music fan there is, I love 80s movies (John Hughes goat), and reading in my spare time. I enjoy math because it allows me to express myself artistically, and tutor for the mere sake of those aha moments. I've taken Multivariable Calc, Linear Algebra, Real and Complex Analysis, and I'm currently taking AP Physics C.

View Jose Roberto Cossich G's Profile

Hello! I’m a high school student from Massachusetts and I love teaching others. I have taken the SAT once before and I have experience with the format and questions. I would also like to learn more about tips for the R&W part of the SAT. In my free time I enjoy reading, I sing many genres of music, including Indian classical music along with other Bollywood songs, and American Pop songs. I also love watching tv shows/movies, and my favorite Bollywood movie is 3 Idiots. Feel free to text me in Bangla or English!

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Upcoming Sessions


Past Sessions


Session 1

Community Events

Welcome to the opening ceremony of the second edition of the Schoolhouse MUN! The ceremony will include an introduction to the event, the committees and the co-chairs, along with some speeches and a couple of performances from the Schoolhouse community!

Session 2

Community Events

In the training session, the delegates will be made familiar with the rules of procedure of the Schoolhouse MUN, and made familiar with how an MUN conference takes place. You’ll also have the time to ask any questions you might have!

Session 3

Community Events

Welcome to the closing ceremony of the second edition of the Schoolhouse MUN! After concluding with the committee sessions held in the past two days, we’ll get to know the winners of each award in the ceremony and also enjoy a few speeches and performances!

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