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California YMCA Youth & Government 24th Model United Nations - 2025

California YMCA Youth & Government

For Middle School Students California YMCA Youth & Government has offered the Model United Nations (MUN) program to middle school students throughout the state since 2001. Middle school students or "delegates" will come together in delegations and participate in the program with peers from across California. They are given the opportunity to discuss international issues, discover other cultures, develop life-enhancing skills, and make new friends. This year, MUN is a 12-week program which will include a one day training conference and a 2 night MUN Summit: one each in the North and South. At the Summit, students will represent assigned countries as ambassadors and work to solve global issues with the skills they have acquired.

c/o YMCA of Superior California 9373 Winding Oak Drive, Fair Oaks, CA 95628 Sacramento, California 95815 United States

The hands-on programs of California YMCA Youth & Government provide positive opportunities and experiences for youth. Participants strengthen their communities by becoming civically engaged, active and responsible contributors who are inspired and empowered to lead and create meaningful change. California YMCA Youth & Government prides itself in offering the following skills to help youth transition and succeed with ease from middle school through college graduation. Leadership Public Speaking Research & Writing Core Values Collaboration Study Skills Critical Thinking Greater Understanding of Civic Engagement Addressing Issues on Statewide & National Levels

Megan Brennan-Program Coordinator- meganbrennan@ymcala.org

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California YMCA Youth & Government 24th Model United Nations - 2025
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