Earn College Credit at the only leadership program of its kind. The program blends global politics, world history, current events, business and leadership. Live on campus at the University of Pennsylvania. Read More!
This International Affairs summer program is great for high school students who want to participate in public speaking, research workshops, realistic UN simulations, social entrepreneurship, and field trips to the United Nations in New York City. This is the only pre-college program of it’s type where you can earn college credit while honing your leadership skills.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
What makes your camp or program unique? Students will gain college credit for their participation in this program.
Describe a typical day in your camp or program. There is no typical day at our International Affairs program but the day generally goes like: Wakeup, Breakfast, Morning Class, Lunch, Afternoon Class, Activities/Credit Course, Dinner, Evening Activities, and Curfew.
Where do your participants come from? Students come from over 35 states and 40 different countries!
What is the housing like and what can you tell us about the meals? Students will live in the Quad, a dormitory-style residence hall on the University of Pennsylvania campus.
Please describe what teens have to say about your program. “While much of the learning comes from working in groups with the diverse culture at Model UN, many students find that some of their biggest learning experiences come outside of the classroom.” Sejune P.