Training Program on the United Nations and SDGs
Host: Hope to the Future Association
Venue: Online platform Zoom
In cooperation with Group Programmes Unit Visitors Services, UN Department of Global Communications in New York (https://outreach.un.org/ngorelations/)
The ‘Training Program on the United Nations’ is a premier pedagogical program on the UN agenda led by UN high representatives and staff from international organizations over the globe. Both domestic and international students from middle school or high school from all over the world will not only visit the UN Headquarters in New York, USA, and Geneva, Switzerland but will also be able to discuss global issues with UN high officials. Through this program, participants will be able to learn about international affairs both academically and practically, have an opportunity to network with UN officials, ambassadors, and NGO officials, and finally, learn tips on how to build a career at the UN.
(※ 2021 Training Program on the UN will be held virtually due to the closure of the UNHQ caused by Covid-19.)
Who can apply?
Training Program on the United Nations is available for both students and undergraduates.
- Minimum age of 14 years
- Upper-Intermediate level of English (Can understand the main ideas of complex text on both concrete and abstract topics, Can interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity, Makes mistakes and misunderstand sometimes)
- Own laptop is required
When is it?
Training Program on the United Nations takes place twice a year during the summer and winter vacations.
* The schedule is subject to change according to the academic calendars.
* The program may be held either hybrid or virtually.
* Courses take place each day between 9:00-21:00.
Is it international?
Yes, it is.
All courses including the team activities are attended by students from all over the world. The main language is English.