GLICA puts on simulation conferences in which high-school students participate in an education simulation of international political debate in the United Nations. As a long-standing volunteer for the organization, I’ve filled many roles, from topic researh preparation, to chairing committees, participating in development and outreac activities, and most recently as part of the team tasked with creating dynamic “crisis” simulations for conferencegoers. This involves creating fictional news releases, simulated speeches from world leaders, and other materials on very tight time schedules. By communicating with other staff, the students themselves, and other stakeholders like teachers and chaperones, we are able to create a dynamic and unique simulation experience each year based on current events as well as historical and emerging trends.
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