LinkedKey Model United Nation
The purpose of High School Model United Nations (MUN) is to increase your knowledge about international issues, policy making and the activities of the United Nations. You will gain valuable skills in public speaking, research and writing, negotiation and powers of persuasion, leadership, organization, and interpersonal communication.
Students will gain these skills through course assignments, activities and, most importantly, by playing the role of United Nations delegates at MUN conferences. You will have the opportunity to represent LinkedKey as a MUN delegate at various Model UN conferences.
The world is increasingly complex. Difficult problems require innovative solutions. The students of today need a multi-disciplinary training and view to be the problem solvers of the future. In this program, students will be introduced to Economics, Politics, Business, International Trade agreements, World History, Law, Social Sciences, Military History, Ethics, and Logic. Each 2 hour class will be 1 hour of teaching content and 1 hour practice Model UN debate where they can practice the newly learned materials. by the end of the course students will have a broad view of many forces that shape our world from the past, present and into the future.
Our Model Untied Nation Conference and Awards
2019 Canada International MUN Conference
Best Delegate, Shane S.
Outstanding Delegate, Eric Y.
Honorable Mention, Charles L.
2019 BAMUN Conference
Best Delegate, Edward Y.
Outstanding Delegate, Ethan W., Grace Zh.
Honourble Mention, Debbie W., Eric Y.
2019 KiMUN Conference
Best Delegate, Grace Zh.
Honourble Mention, Edward Y.
2018 Lakeshore MUN Conference
Honourable Mention, Eric Y
Best Delegate, Ameena N
2018 CCIMUN Conference
Honourable Mention, Eric X and Paul Z
Outstanding Delegate, Charles L and Oscar Y
2018 SSUNS (McGill MUN) Conference
1st Place Award in CELAC, Charles L
1st Place Award in NHL Committee, Shane S
3rd Place in NAM, Eric X
Book Award in RCAP, Ameena N
2018 CMUNC (Cornell's High School Model UN ) Conference
Honourable Mention in SOCHUM, Angie L.
Best Delegate, Edward Y
2018 King’s MUN
Outstanding Delegate, Eric Y
2018 King’s MUN
Outstanding Delegate, Edward Y
2018 Havergal MUN
Honourable Delegate, Angie L
Model United Nation Classes
This is a beginner class that introduces students with the rules, role and responsibilities of the Model UN and students will gain basic skills in public speaking, research and writing, negotiation and powers of persuasion, leadership, organization, and interpersonal communication.
This is an intermediate class of Model UN. Upon completing the Level 1 class, students will continue to build skills in public speaking, research and writing, negotiation and powers of persuasion, leadership, organization, and interpersonal communication. Students will be made ready for the opportunity to represent LinkedKey as a MUN delegate at various Model UN conferences.
Elevating the students' performance
Nirupan has won many MUN awards in all different levels of competition in Canada and abroad. As the managing director of the Canada-Japan Research Group, Nirupan is charged with the challenge of coordinating students across Canada and Japan with the collective goal of supporting our rural populations.
Nirupan’s areas of interest are in public policy, politics, and community engagement. He was the campaign director for TDSB Trustee Parthi Kandavel, and has represented Scarborough-Agincourt at the City Youth Council of Toronto.
Hunter is currently persuing his at Sciences Po – Paris, in the second year of a Master in International Public Management. While studying, Hunter represented his fellow students in the Student Association and supported Toronto-based startups on regulatory compliance.
Prior to studying at Sciences Po, Hunter worked in international affairs as an International Program Officer in the International Relations Office of the National Research Council of Canada. His academic interests are in scientific and industrial policy.
Hunter was Director of General Assemblies at the North American Model United Nations in 2016 and 2018, writing staff guides and procedures and training dozens of staff members. He helped develop the procedures behind NAMUN’s signature Integrated Simulation.
Hunter graduated from the University of Toronto in 2018 as a Specialist in International Relations with a Minor in Economics.
As one of the Model United Nations Coaches at LinkedKey, Natasha bring a wealth of knowledge of government relations and social policy. Her knowledge of government relations and social policy have been informed by her extensive research experience at all levels of government.
She is most familiar with the high school Model United Nations circuit and has advanced her expertise through a variety of roles. Natasha has previously served as a delegate, committee chair, conference organizer, and the head delegate of her former Model UN team.
Natasha’s MUN expertise has earned her multiple committee awards and has led her to participate at the United Nations Winter Youth Assembly hosted in New York City.
As a coach, Natasha enjoys helping her students cultivate their public speaking and research capabilities to excel as top-performing delegates.