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Middle School Model UN
Presentation and Round Table Discussion

For: Current Middle School Model UN Leaders and those interested in starting a Middle School Model UN at their school

Tuesday, April 25, 2023
2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Hosted by:

The Red Oaks School

238 Speedwell Ave.
Morris Plains, NJ 07950

Students in Model UN gain a wide range of skills and information critical to their success in middle school, high school, college, and beyond. Students learn public speaking and deliver their first speech in front of an audience. They hone their research skills and synthesize information from all over the world. They practice how to write policies, and learn about cultures they never even knew existed.

However, just as important, students will learn critical social skills that will help them throughout life. Whether it’s learning to discuss complex issues and compromise, or learning how to be a leader for the first time, many students will “find their voice” through Model UN, and realize their leadership potential and social ability. Model UN helps students build the Confidence to succeed.

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This experience will provide guidance and support for the development of an inaugural Model United Nations program at your school, as well as the opportunity to connect with current Middle School Model UN leaders to share ideas and collaborate in order to strengthen and expand these programs.

The Red Oaks School is planning on hosting a Middle School MUN Conference in March of 2024. Schools attending this roundtable will have the opportunity to participate.

Program Fee

$50 per registrant, Member Schools

$100 per registrant, Non-Member Schools

Presented by:

Benjamin Wagor, Middle School Director at The Red Oaks School, specializes in experiential and service learning program development. Mr. Wagor is a board member of the World Affairs Council of New Jersey, specializing in educational programming. Prior to his leadership at Red Oaks, Mr. Wagor worked at Léman Manhattan Preparatory School in the financial district of Manhattan. He has worked on developing educational and outreach programming for the Santa Fe Council of International Relations (SFCIR), part of the World Affairs Councils of America and was awarded the 2018 Teacher of the Year for his contributions. Benjamin has also had an extensive international educational career, working as a teacher, MUN coordinator, and administrator in China, El Salvador, Hungary, Guatemala, Kuwait, and Mexico.

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MEMBER INFORMATION: If your school is a member of NJAIS, upon receipt of your registration, we will automatically generate an invoice and send it to your Business Office. Payment is not required at the time of your registration. Your school will have 30 days to pay the invoice.

NON-MEMBER INFORMATION: If you are an employee of an organization or school that is NOT a member of NJAIS and you are registering for this workshop, please provide the company/school address. We will automatically generate an invoice and send it to your Business Office. Payment is not required at the time of your registration. Your school will have 30 days to pay the invoice. Thank you.

Participant Agreement

By engaging in this experience, participants expressly acknowledge and respect the intellectual property of the presenters. Participants will not independently record, or knowingly let anyone else record, any presenter without explicit permission.

Acknowledgement of Risk and Safety Procedures

Participation in NJAIS events signifies an attendee’s acknowledgement of infectious and other diseases and voluntary assumption of the risk of exposure or infection by attending the event. Attendees agree to comply with all guidelines and procedures, including any guidelines NJAIS sees fit as the date of this event draws closer, in accordance with recommendations from the CDC and other public health authorities.

Cancellation Policy:

Registration fees will only be refunded if NJAIS is notified of your cancellation two weeks prior to the program, Tuesday, April 11, 2023. You may transfer your registration to a colleague in your school at no cost.

Cancelation requests should be sent via email to Rachel Folan, rfolan@njais.org.