Providing all the tools needed to succeed at Model United Nations to give students the skills to excel in today's world
Learning Skill Through Model United Nations
While schools and universities work to improve the teaching of real and social sciences, many of the skills needed to succeed in the working world are still missing. From research to presentation to critical thinking, Model United Nations provides a platform to develop those skills through practice over time.
The issue is that Model UN is easy to learn but difficult to master. Proper coaching and quality resources help to students to improve their skills but many programs don’t have trainers, while others have teachers who don’t know the subject matter.
We at HelpMyMUN believe that getting the correct good habits early on can give you the right tools to be able to not only excel at Model UN but also keep those skills and use them to become a more effective communicator and leader at the later stages in life. Model UN not only teaches about the world we live in or how to speak about it. Model UN is also a platform to learn how to engage with, and persuade, real people and form relationships. It is striking this balance between academic and interpersonal that we strive to give all who are interested. In the age of the internet, we believe that everyone who wants to learn and improve should have the opportunity and we want to make those tools available to anyone who is willing.
Help My MUN
HelpMyMUN is an archive of content created by some of the most experienced Model United Nations trainers and academic staff in the world. With over 500 conference experience between the couches, chairs and secretariat who contribute to this site HelpMyMUN strives to be the best online resource available to the global Model UN community.
HelpMyMUN also provides workshops, conference support and training programs for high schools and university Model United Nations teams, as well as support for teachers and coaches of those programs. The HelpMyMUN websites is used all over the world and continues to be a treasured resource for the global Model UN Community.