Meeting: November 1st: Conference logistics (1:15-1:45), waivers due
November 29th: $200 due
Meeting: December 13th: Training (1:15-3), $200 due
January 17th: $100 due, permission form due
Meeting: January 31st: 5 clauses due, Speaker's List speeches (1:15-3)
February 2nd: Position papers due to firstname.lastname@example.org, preferably via Drive
February 6th: Position papers due to chair and CCd to email@example.com
Meeting: February 7th: Conference logistics (1:15-2)
Roman Senate: firstname.lastname@example.org
World Tourism Organization: email@example.com
World Council of Indigenous People: firstname.lastname@example.org
World Food Programme: email@example.com
International Coffee Organization: firstname.lastname@example.org
Economic Commission for Africa: email@example.com
Wall Street: firstname.lastname@example.org
College of Cardinals: email@example.com
Press Corps: firstname.lastname@example.org
Las Flakas: email@example.com
Dates: February 8th-11th
Hotel: Boston Park Plaza
Registration: September 13th
Payment: November 29th ($200), December 13th ($200), January 17th ($100)
Forms: waiver November 1st, permission form January 17th
Position papers: internal February 2nd, external February 8th
All payments received on time may or may not be refunded on a case by case basis dependent on refund policies of the conference, the airline, and the hotel. Failure to notify the Logistics Coordinator at least two months prior to the conference may result in the inability to refund, as hotel rooms and rental car payments will have already been paid based off of your prior commitment. Please plan accordingly and submit payments only if you are committed to going and acknowledge the refund policy. Submitting a registration form for BosMUN means that you have no commitments that weekend and fully anticipate you will be able to attend the conference. There are no alternate delegates, so hotel rooms are filled to capacity and are expected to remain as such. Full payment is due several months prior to the conference with the expectation that nothing except completely uncontrollable circumstances will stop attendance at BosMUN.
Every other year, our team attends a competitive out of state conference. In the past, we have attended NHSMUN in New York City and NAIMUN in Washington, DC, and with great success. This year, we are excited to attend one of the most dynamic competitions on the East Coast.
Attending BosMUN is a significant time commitment. Aside from attending weekly meetings, attending KnightMUN, PythonMUN (if applicable) and GatorMUN, you are expected to devote your resources to research and training. Meetings specifically dedicated to BosMUN training will be held on a regular basis, and you will be expected to be a comfortable and expressive speaker, adept at writing position papers, and willing to navigate unmoderated caucuses with forcefulness.
24 spots are available for our delegates to attend BosMUN. An application will be open to all varsity members.
Included below are examples of all 3 essay portions of the application. They should give you a good sense of what is expected in terms of length and clarity.
It is our goal that all delegates are able to afford conferences. Conference costs may be partially or fully subsidized. Students must fill out this form and submit it by November 29th.