Model United Nations Club

Welcome to the CPCC Model United Nations Club

Model United Nations is a CPCC student club that provides members with simulation experiences of United Nations sessions.

UNCC Conference Fall 2018

The MUN club attend conferences with students from other schools where they take role of representing a country and act like the UN, discussing real-life international events and creating resolutions.

Through MUN club, students will learn more about current world events and different cultures, problem solving skills, working with others, research, technical writing, negotiating and public speaking.

Students have the opportunity to meet people from many different places and backgrounds, as well as make new friends and have a lot of fun.

The club also participates in on-campus events and holds fundraisers to offset the costs of attending conferences.

Want to participate in SRMUN? we are currently preparing for the Southern Regional MUN Conference where our teams will represent Japan and Norway. Contact us if you want to participate:

SRMUN logo SRMUN is the Southern Regional Model United Nations Conference held in March 2019 in Charlotte, NC where students from Universities and Community Colleges from the South region of U.S. debate matters of international relevance.

 

For more information, visit our Model United Nations Club Website or email our faculty advisors:

Teresa Hall @ teresa.hall@cpcc.edu

Camelia Taheri @ camelia.taheri@cpcc.edu

Model UN club meets weekly at Central and Levine campus, see below:

Levine Campus: Fridays 1:00pm to 2:00pm at Levine II, room 1307

Central Campus: Mondays 2:45pm to 3:45pm at Levine IT Building (across from the bookstore), room 4137