Letter from the Secretary-General
On behalf of the Secretariat, I am honored to invite you to the sixth annual Crisis at Carnegie Mellon conference. With each passing iteration of C@CM, we gain new insight and valuable feedback that allow us to make each conference better than the last, and this year’s conference will be no exception.
We are now at a time where globalism and international policy are at the forefront of our everyday lives. More than ever, it is imperative that we remain aware of the ever-changing world around us through the active pursuit of knowledge, new experiences, and unlikely friends. We believe that there is no better way to accomplish these pursuits than through Model UN, and we have crafted our committees towards this end. Our staff has worked long and hard to devise an experience that will provide valuable skills, make you think critically, and give you an opportunity to be creative and have fun. Regardless of what path you choose to take, we hope that your time at C@CM will allow you to recognize yourself as a member of the international community so that you may forge a brighter future for the next generation of Model UN enthusiasts.
We greatly thank you for your interest in C@CM and please do not hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com for any questions, comments or concerns.
Secretary General, C@CM VI