VENIMUS, VIDIMUS, GAVELIMUS
We came, we saw, we gaveled!
The Stuyvesant Model United Nations team, commonly called StuyMUN, is made up of students from Stuyvesant High School in New York, NY. Members are trained to be well equipped for collegiate competitions in some of the nation's most prestigious institutions. The team regularly brings home awards, and is ranked amongst the top 15 teams in the nation by Best Delegate.
Delegates discuss a variety of international issues, and are assigned a country, organization, or gov. role to represent, so they end up becoming exposed to a much broader set of policy perspectives.
A typical conference requires working in-depth with others, preparing impromptu speeches, negotiating, and lobbying allies throughout the conference.
Delegates who stand out or built and led alliances within an entire committee usually win awards or gain recognition.