TCC Model United Nations
Tallahassee Community College is proud to be the home of the internationally recognized, award-winning Model United Nations team. Our goal is to expose students to the inner workings of the United Nations by teaching about the processes used in international relations. This valuable experience will show students how nations, states, and non-governmental organizations interact with each other when dealing with a multitude of international issues.
At regional and national conferences, students represent the member states of the United Nations, and facilitate proactive solutions to international problems through research, debate, and written resolutions. As diplomatic representatives, students have the opportunity to gain skills in communication, negotiation, research methods, and consensus building. These conferences provide the means for a fun, energetic, and educational environment while focusing on real life situations facing the world today.
TCC's Model UN program also continues to promote education about global issues at the high and middle school levels. The annual Tallahassee Southern Model United Nations (TSMUN) Conference, organized by TCC students, serves as a vehicle of community service for TCC's Model UN program by spreading its knowledge and passion for international politics and global issues.
TSMUN is open to all high school and middle school Model UN teams, clubs and student groups within the Southeast region. No experience is necessary, and our recruitment team will provide any assistance needed for training and preparations.
Meetings: every Monday, 6:00 p.m. in the Science and Math Annex Building, first floor. (Fall and Spring semester only)