About the Summer Camp
The UNESCO Center for Peace Summer Camp program in the Washington, DC metro area, gathers together the best and the brightest young minds from around the globe. Over the course of two weeks, our student-delegates learn from their peers about other cultures, societies and perspectives, and also share their own unique views.They undertake workshops on global inequality, cultural diversity and conflict mediation, listen to diplomats and go on field trips to important landmarks in the DC metro area and New York City. We also give training sessions on how to apply to US schools, taking the SATs and placement exams, finding the right school and applying for the right scholarships, and discussions on how to be peace builders in their societies.
Over the last ten years, our IMUN Summer camp has become one-of-a-kind intellectual and social conference gathering the best and the brightest young minds from around the globe in the Washington, DC metro area.
International Summer Camp, July 19 – August 1 2015
We are thrilled to announce the opening of registration for the 2015 Summer Camp December 31st – May 30th, 2015.
Last year, we boasted hundreds of delegates from over 30 countries in Frederick Maryland, a true testament to the unique and magical experience awaiting you at the 2015 Summer Camp. This year, we are pleased to be offering the most diverse and multidisciplinary Summer Camp program yet, with segments for n IMUN, STEM, Photography and Film-making, and Dance.
The International Model United Nations conference is a realistic simulation of the United Nations body, during which student-delegates take on and try to find solutions to current issues in our global society. The 2015 IMUN will be comprised of the following committees:
- UN Security Council (UNSC)
- UN General Assembly (UNGA
- UN Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW)
- UN Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organizations (UNESCO)
- World Health Organization (WHO)
Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) Program
The UNESCO Center for peace will be offering a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics program to the 2015 summer camp.
The STEM program is geared for students with a greater interest for Science, and Technology; they will be working on robotics, cybernetics, software development etc. This program will run concurrently with the IMUN sessions, as we hope to give diverse options to students with other areas of interests than IMUN.
This program is a collaboration with the Maryland Science Olympiad. For more information on the STEM program, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students seeking to apply for STEM must specify this option in their application.
Photography and Film Making
There will be limited positions open for students interested in photography and film making to participate in special workshops developed by the UNESCO Center for Peace media team.Students will be taught about light and composition which are basic photography techniques that will help students to improve their photography skills. This lesson aims at teaching students skills that they will be able to use with any camera.
When going over light student ways of using light, more specifically the placement of the sun when taking pictures outdoors. Students seeking to apply must specify this option in their application. Acceptance is very restricted and on a first come, first serve basis. For more information on the photography and film making program, contact us at email@example.com
We are pleased to be including a new segment to the Summer camp package, the International Dance program. Students will develop their talents for dance, while learning about traditions from all over the world. This rich experience will provide the opportunity for cultural exchange and diversity.
Students will be tutored in the dance program by Director Liliana Robeson, founder of Entika Foundation. Students seeking to apply must specify this option in their application. Acceptance is very restricted and on a first come, first serve basis.
Youth Empowerment Workshop
We encourage peer to peer discussions and educational sessions, during which student-delegates talk about their work or school projects that can not only empower their communities, but also be developed on a global scale. During the Youth Empowerment Workshop, student science, art and multimedia projects are showcased and made the center of focus. Individuals and groups are encouraged to send their project efforts for shortlist consideration, until registration deadline.
For more information on the Youth Empowerment Workshop, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please sign on and apply to be a part of the most memorable experience yet.
For additional information contact us at email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you in Washington, DC on July 19 – August 1, 2015
Summer Camp Director
Thank you for your interest in UNESCO Center for Peace. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.