The Oregon Rotary Model United Nations is going virtual for 2021!

The Rotary Club of Eugene and Stifel are sponsoring the Oregon Rotary Model United Nations (MUN) program for 9th – 12th grade high school students in Lane County.

Rotary International (RI) and it’s 32,000 member clubs, is an organization dedicated to the advancement of peace and goodwill globally.  RI helped found the United Nations with many of the same goals in mind. To educate youth, the Rotary Club of Eugene is working with Rotary Clubs statewide and consulting with out-of-state programs, including San Diego’s Rotary Model United Nations and the World International Model United Nations (WIMUN), to host an optimal simulation of the United Nations. Participants will develop portable skills, such as leadership, public speaking, teamwork, negotiation, research, to foster a deeper understanding of world problems and world solutions.

Apply Alone or Form a Delegation

Delegations consist of two students and one adult advisor. Each delegation will represent a country, write a position paper/speech on a draft resolution (selected in advance by Eugene Rotary), and deliver their position in a speech at the MUN conference.

The advisor works with their student delegates for over two months to guide them with their research and speech preparations. Students are selected, sponsored, and funded by corporate sponsors, other Rotary clubs, and generous individual donations. The advisor attends the conference and may be a Rotarian, a teacher, or other interested member of the community. Once the delegations are recruited, the draft resolution is distributed to the participants. The resolution will address current international issues before the real United Nations General Assembly.

To apply, go to the bottom of this page, download, complete, and sign the Application, Photo Release and Medical Release forms, then scan and email all three forms to

Sponsored by Rotary Club of Eugene and Stifel


Time until the Model United Nations Conference








What is Model United Nations?

Model United Nations is a simulation of the United Nations General Assembly and its other multilateral bodies. Students selected for the MUN perform an ambassadorial role as delegates to the General Assembly.  In the General Assembly, delegates will debate topics such as gender equality, climate action, global health, refugee crises, genocide, weapons proliferation and more.

Student & Advisor Timelines

From orientation to the main event, we’ve created a timeline of activities for our delegates and their advisors.


Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, students/teams do not pay to participate in Rotary Club of Eugene’s Oregon Rotary Model United Nations