In-Class Model UN

Foster authentic collaboration, creativity, and civic engagement through our school-based Model UN program!

To learn more about bringing Model UN to your school, contact Associate Director of Youth Programs, Shannon Coyle, [email protected]

Bring Model UN to your school this year!

Our In-Class Model UN program provides students with a rich, interdisciplinary civic learning experience within the school day. Throughout the program, students engage in informational reading, research, persuasive writing, public speaking, formal debate, negotiation, and collaboration as they learn how the international community comes together to develop solutions to the world’s most critical problems. The learning experience culminates in a simulation in which students represent individual countries tackling a key global issue at the United Nations. 

UNAGB partners with schools to provide tailored, 3-5 week units of study on current global issues. These units are designed to be stand-alone and can be used in place of or alongside existing curriculum.  To request a price menu, contact [email protected].

2023-2024 Featured Topics

UNAGB is featuring Access to Clean Water and Nuclear Technology for this school year! Is there a topic you don’t see here that you’re interested in brining to life in your classroom? Contact us at [email protected] to discuss how we can partner with you to build curriculum that’s right for your students.


Explore sample curriculum resources here!

SY2023 School Partners

The Derryfield School–Manchester, NH

John F. Kennedy Middle School–Waltham, MA

McDevitt Middle School – Waltham, MA

Josiah Quincy School–Boston, MA

Lawrence High School–Lawrence, MA

Esperanza Academy–Lawrence, MA

Linden STEAM Academy–Malden, MA

Ferryway School –Malden, MA

Forestdale School –Malden, MA

Salemwood School –Malden, MA

Beebe School –Malden, MA

Malden High School–Malden, MA

New England Innovation Academy –Marlborough, MA

The Fenn School – Concord, MA

Worcester Public Schools–Worcester, MA