Year-long Program plus Rome Conference

DATE COMING SOON

Registration to open on

September 17, 2024 10:00 am
America/New_York (EDT)

Location

Rome Marriott Park Hotel
Via Colonnello Tommaso Masala, 54,
00148 Rome

2024-2025 YEAR-LONG PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

2024-25 COMMITTEES, TOPICS & MATRIX

2024-25 YEAR-LONG PROGRAM REGISTRATION GUIDELINES

2024-25 YEAR-LONG STUDENT PROGRAM PRICING

PROGRAM COMPONENTS

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Registration, Opening Ceremony & Welcome Dinner

Check-in to receive your credentials, updated schedule and event details during on-site registration. With pomp and circumstance, the formal Opening Ceremony starts with the Parade of Nations. Inspirational words from UN Ambassadors, music and stories shared by young social entrepreneurs and activists are highlights of the opening night followed by the Welcome Dinner. The delegates are inspired and energized for the next days’ committee sessions.

COMMITTEE SESSIONS BEGIN

Students, teachers and parents peruse the culture and history of each of the nations represented at the conference, in a Hall of Nations visual display.
Each “delegation” designs a creative display of what they have learned about the country they represent.This process involves artistic expression side-by-side with research.
Parents, teachers, and chaperones have the opportunity to observe the proceedings in each of the committee rooms. Workshops by a variety of relevant speakers are held at the conference venue in the morning and afternoon.
Committee sessions begin with introductions by Bureau Members. The Bureau reviews the Rules of Procedure, conducts roll call, presents the topic at hand, and then formally opens the floor for delegations to present their speeches.
The speech is an opportunity for students within a delegation to explain their country’s position on a topic and the solutions they propose.
The delegates work to express their positions and hear the opinions of others, engaging in formal and informal discussion, negotiation and collaboration.
Once a draft resolution is finalized, voted, and reaches consensus within the committee, the members silently vote for a three delegate “Closing Bureau” to present it at the Closing Ceremony.
In the evening, students participate in a Cultural Performance event, watching or performing musical numbers or skits that represent their own culture or the culture they learned about.

COMMITTEE SESSIONS CONTINUE

Equipped with operational knowledge and useful tools for negotiation, the student delegates continue to run the committee sessions for a second day, usually completing the first topic and then moving enthusiastically onto the second.
Adults are impressed with the fact that the young students work independently with only procedural guidance offered by the Bureau. In the evening, they attend the conference socials where they have relax and fun with new found friends.

Closing Ceremony

During the ceremony, the Closing Bureaus for each committee summarize their draft resolutions before all of the other delegates, parents, and teachers. The committees vote or pass their draft resolutions by consensus to finalize a resolution, and the committee stands to receive resounding applause for successful cooperation.These young people experience the thrill of successful negotiation and collaboration. All resolutions are published on our website for participants to review and are forwarded to the UN Secretary General.
The formal Closing Ceremony is certainly the culmination of four months of persistent work at home and in school, two days on-site during the conference. More than these, it is a right of passage for young people who have experienced that they have both an individual and collective voice. Every student – from the shy and quiet ones to the bold and courageous – leave the conference with better sensitivity to the needs of other people and are armed with the awareness of their abilities to impact the world.

Key Dates

September 17th, 2024 10:00 AM ET

October 16th, 2024

October 16th, 2024

December 11th, 2024

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MMUN POLICIES

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The Closing Ceremony will take place at the FAO (Food & Agriculture Organization) if we are granted access. In the event we are not granted access, the Closing Ceremony will be held at the Rome Marriott Park Hotel.

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PLANNING YOUR TRIP

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Please arrive to the hotel by 3pm CET on Day 1 in order to ensure adequate time to complete registration and Hotel check-In. For all departures please don’t plan on leaving the hotel before 2pm CET on Day 4 (final day).

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We recommend purchasing optional travel insurance for your peace of mind in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Allianz, as the world’s largest insurance carrier, extends coverage beyond our refund policy for related expenses. This policy is available for purchase by US residents who are participating in an onsite MMUN conference – please fill the widget below for travel insurance coverage pricing. Travel insurance coverage is provided by Allianz and YFBW is not responsible for policy terms, pricing, or travel insurance claims.
For any questions regarding travel insurance please contact raphael@montessori-mun.org

Year-long Program plus NYC March Conference

March 12-15, 2025

Registration to open on

September 13, 2024 10:00 am
America/New_York (EDT)

Location

New York Marriott Marquis Hotel
1535 Broadway
New York
NY 10036
USA

2024-2025 YEAR-LONG PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

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2024-25 Committees, Topics & Matrix

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Press Corps – MS Delegates

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2024-25 YEAR-LONG PROGRAM REGISTRATION GUIDELINES

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2024-25 YEAR-LONG STUDENT PROGRAM PRICING

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PROGRAM COMPONENTS

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

On-site Registration (If group arrives one day early)

Check-in to receive your credentials, updated schedule and event details during on-site registration. Some groups decide to arrive one day early (shoulder night at an extra cost) so we conduct on-site registration for these schools one day early to alleviate congestion.

ON-SITE REGISTRATION & THE OPENING CEREMONY

Check-in to receive your credentials, updated schedule and event details during on-site registration followed by the Opening Ceremony. With pomp and circumstance, the formal Opening Ceremony starts with the Parade of Nations. Inspirational words from UN Ambassadors, music and stories shared by young social entrepreneurs and activists are highlights of the opening night. The delegates are inspired and energized for the next days’ committee sessions.

COMMITTEE SESSIONS BEGIN

Students, teachers and parents peruse the culture and history of each of the nations represented at the conference, in a Hall of Nations visual display.
Each “delegation” designs a creative display of what they have learned about the country they represent.This process involves artistic expression side-by-side with research.
Parents, teachers, and chaperones have the opportunity to observe the proceedings in each of the committee rooms. Workshops by a variety of relevant speakers are held at the conference venue in the morning and afternoon.
Committee sessions begin with introductions by Bureau Members. The Bureau reviews the Rules of Procedure, conducts roll call, presents the topic at hand, and then formally opens the floor for delegations to present their speeches.
The speech is an opportunity for students within a delegation to explain their country’s position on a topic and the solutions they propose.
The delegates work to express their positions and hear the opinions of others, engaging in formal and informal discussion, negotiation and collaboration.
Once a draft resolution is finalized, voted, and reaches consensus within the committee, the members silently vote for a three delegate “Closing Bureau” to present it at the Closing Ceremony.

COMMITTEE SESSIONS CONTINUE

Equipped with operational knowledge and useful tools for negotiation, the student delegates continue to run the committee sessions for a second day, usually completing the first topic and then moving enthusiastically onto the second.
Adults are impressed with the fact that the young students work independently with only procedural guidance offered by the Bureau. In the evening, they attend the conference socials where they have relax and fun with new found friends. In the evening, students participate in a Cultural Performance event, watching or performing musical numbers or skits that represent their own culture or the culture they learned about.

CLOSING CEREMONY

During the ceremony, the Closing Bureaus for each committee summarize their draft resolutions before all of the other delegates, parents, and teachers. The committees vote or pass their draft resolutions by consensus to finalize a resolution, and the committee stands to receive resounding applause for successful cooperation.These young people experience the thrill of successful negotiation and collaboration. All resolutions are published on our website for participants to review and are forwarded to the UN Secretary General.
The formal Closing Ceremony is certainly the culmination of four months of persistent work at home and in school, two days on-site during the conference. More than these, it is a right of passage for young people who have experienced that they have both an individual and collective voice. Every student – from the shy and quiet ones to the bold and courageous – leave the conference with better sensitivity to the needs of other people and are armed with the awareness of their abilities to impact the world.

Key Dates

September 13th, 2024 10:00 AM ET

October 16th, 2024

October 16th, 2024

December 11th, 2024

January 15th, 2025

MMUN POLICIES

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The cost of the year-long program with an onsite conference includes a fee of $1.92 to cover the direct costs for the use of the General Assembly for the Closing Ceremony, which is a separate, optional event. The UN does not guarantee the use of the General Assembly Hall. In the event the General Assembly Hall is not available this amount will be refunded and the Closing Ceremony will be in the Marriott Ballroom.

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PLANNING YOUR TRIP

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We recommend purchasing optional travel insurance for your peace of mind in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Allianz, as the world’s largest insurance carrier, extends coverage beyond our refund policy for related expenses. This policy is available for purchase by US residents who are participating in an onsite MMUN conference – please fill the widget below for travel insurance coverage pricing. Travel insurance coverage is provided by Allianz and YFBW is not responsible for policy terms, pricing, or travel insurance claims.
For any questions regarding travel insurance please contact raphael@montessori-mun.org

Year-long Program plus NYC February Conference

February 19-22, 2025

Registration to open on

September 10, 2024 10:00 am
America/New_York (EDT)

Location

New York Marriott Marquis Hotel
1535 Broadway
New York
NY 10036
USA

2024-2025 YEAR-LONG PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

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2024-25 Committees, Topics & Matrix

Coming Soon!

Press Corps – MS Delegates

Coming Soon!

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Coming Soon!

2024-25 YEAR-LONG PROGRAM REGISTRATION GUIDELINES

Coming Soon!

2024-25 YEAR-LONG STUDENT PROGRAM PRICING

Coming Soon!

PROGRAM COMPONENTS

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

On-site Registration (If group arrives one day early)

Check-in to receive your credentials, updated schedule and event details during on-site registration. Some groups decide to arrive one day early (shoulder night at an extra cost) so we conduct on-site registration for these schools one day early to alleviate congestion.

ON-SITE REGISTRATION & THE OPENING CEREMONY

Check-in to receive your credentials, updated schedule and event details during on-site registration followed by the Opening Ceremony. With pomp and circumstance, the formal Opening Ceremony starts with the Parade of Nations. Inspirational words from UN Ambassadors, music and stories shared by young social entrepreneurs and activists are highlights of the opening night. The delegates are inspired and energized for the next days’ committee sessions.

COMMITTEE SESSIONS BEGIN

Students, teachers and parents peruse the culture and history of each of the nations represented at the conference, in a Hall of Nations visual display.
Each “delegation” designs a creative display of what they have learned about the country they represent.This process involves artistic expression side-by-side with research.
Parents, teachers, and chaperones have the opportunity to observe the proceedings in each of the committee rooms. Workshops by a variety of relevant speakers are held at the conference venue in the morning and afternoon.
Committee sessions begin with introductions by Bureau Members. The Bureau reviews the Rules of Procedure, conducts roll call, presents the topic at hand, and then formally opens the floor for delegations to present their speeches.
The speech is an opportunity for students within a delegation to explain their country’s position on a topic and the solutions they propose.
The delegates work to express their positions and hear the opinions of others, engaging in formal and informal discussion, negotiation and collaboration.
Once a draft resolution is finalized, voted, and reaches consensus within the committee, the members silently vote for a three delegate “Closing Bureau” to present it at the Closing Ceremony.

COMMITTEE SESSIONS CONTINUE

Equipped with operational knowledge and useful tools for negotiation, the student delegates continue to run the committee sessions for a second day, usually completing the first topic and then moving enthusiastically onto the second.
Adults are impressed with the fact that the young students work independently with only procedural guidance offered by the Bureau. In the evening, they attend the conference socials where they have relax and fun with new found friends. In the evening, students participate in a Cultural Performance event, watching or performing musical numbers or skits that represent their own culture or the culture they learned about.

CLOSING CEREMONY

During the ceremony, the Closing Bureaus for each committee summarize their draft resolutions before all of the other delegates, parents, and teachers. The committees vote or pass their draft resolutions by consensus to finalize a resolution, and the committee stands to receive resounding applause for successful cooperation.These young people experience the thrill of successful negotiation and collaboration. All resolutions are published on our website for participants to review and are forwarded to the UN Secretary General.
The formal Closing Ceremony is certainly the culmination of four months of persistent work at home and in school, two days on-site during the conference. More than these, it is a right of passage for young people who have experienced that they have both an individual and collective voice. Every student – from the shy and quiet ones to the bold and courageous – leave the conference with better sensitivity to the needs of other people and are armed with the awareness of their abilities to impact the world.

Key Dates

September 10th, 2024 10:00 AM ET

October 16th, 2024

October 16th, 2024

December 11th, 2024

December 11th, 2024

MMUN POLICIES

Coming Soon!

Coming Soon!

The cost of the year-long program with an onsite conference includes a fee of $1.92 to cover the direct costs for the use of the General Assembly for the Closing Ceremony, which is a separate, optional event. The UN does not guarantee the use of the General Assembly Hall. In the event the General Assembly Hall is not available this amount will be refunded and the Closing Ceremony will be in the Marriott Ballroom.

Coming Soon!

Coming Soon!

PLANNING YOUR TRIP

Coming Soon!

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We recommend purchasing optional travel insurance for your peace of mind in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Allianz, as the world’s largest insurance carrier, extends coverage beyond our refund policy for related expenses. This policy is available for purchase by US residents who are participating in an onsite MMUN conference – please fill the widget below for travel insurance coverage pricing. Travel insurance coverage is provided by Allianz and YFBW is not responsible for policy terms, pricing, or travel insurance claims.
For any questions regarding travel insurance please contact raphael@montessori-mun.org