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Model United Nations

High School Conference

Carthage College will host its 17th Annual Model United Nations Conference for high school students November 4, 2016.

The 2016 conference will host three (3) concurrent General Assembly simulations, two (2) concurrent Security Council simulations, and one (1) Human Rights Council simulation. In addition, we will host a Historical simulation based on the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Registration Is Now CLOSED

On this website, you will find a list of topics to be addressed at the conference, a registration form, procedures, a tentative schedule, a campus map, delegate preparation instructions, and links to helpful research and preparation resources.

The Carthage College Model United Nations High School Conference is organized by the Carthage Model UN team and its advisor, Professor Jeffrey Roberg. Any questions may be addressed to Professor Roberg at

Each year the goal of Model United Nations at Carthage College is to provide an enjoyable learning experience for those who attend our conference. In the past, we have been greatly impressed by the level of debate and skill displayed at the conference by our attending high school students. The 16th annual high school conference was held Nov. 6, 2015. Approximately 400 students from 20 high schools in Wisconsin and Illinois attended the conference, in which students represented 99 countries.