Join the U.S. Youth Observer this year on his or her journey. Here are some ways you can get involved.
Follow the Youth Observer on Twitter
The Youth Observer will use Twitter to listen to the biggest problems facing YOUth today and give a read out of what he or she learns along the way. Follow along at @USYouthObserver !
GenUN: Become a Campus Advocate
Are you a college student? Activate your voice this fall as UNA-USA launches Campus Advocates, a program offering today‚Äôs globally-minded college students the opportunity to participate in shaping the future of the U.S.-UN relationship. Take your dedication to the UN to the next step by educating and organizing your peers to develop the next generation of leaders in the international community. Email us for more information.
For more information, including ways for middle and high school students and young professionals to get involved, visit www.unausa.org/genun.
Global Classrooms Model UN is an educational program that engages public middle school and high school students in the United States and abroad in an exploration of current world issues through interactive simulations and curricular materials. Global Classrooms is the only comprehensive program of study and instruction based on Model UN, the largest Model UN network both inside and outside the United States, and the only Model UN provider focused on underserved populations. Impacting more than 25,000 students and teachers annually, Global Classrooms is implemented as a stand-alone curriculum, co-curricular, and as an after school program. For more information and to get involved, visit www.unausa.org/globalclassrooms.
UNA Young Professionals
UNA Young Professionals work locally throughout the U.S. to promote and implement education projects, advocate for a strong U.S.-UN relationship, and participate in professional development events. For more on UNA Young Professionals activities, and to get involved, visit www.unausa.org/youngprofessionals.