MI Upper Schoolers swept awards at the recently-concluded Harvard Model Congress Asia (HMCA) held virtually last January 11 to 13.
HMCA is an annual government simulation run by Harvard undergraduates for high school students. HMCA recognized the following MI Upper Schoolers:
- Sofia Trinidad: Best Delegate-Senate Foreign Relations
- Hanna Dominique Dizon:Best Delegate-G20
- Maia Regalado: Honorable Mention-WTO
- Best Resolution presented to the Sec Gen: Aqua Act (co-authored by Maia Regalado)
Harvard Model Congress Asia is a global conference where international high school students learn and experience government while playing the roles of officials in the United States government and several international political bodies. HMC Asia strives to educate and foster the next generation of global leaders by offering a truly interactive program, featuring one-on-one communication with Harvard students, debate on pressing global issues, and cross-cultural connections among delegates from throughout Asia and around the world.
Students from more than twenty nations converge at the conference and work together to address challenges facing governments across the world. At HMCA students discuss contemporary political issues, draft policy, report news stories, and decide court cases, all under the guidance of Harvard University students. HMC Asia is an officially recognized and wholly student-run organization at Harvard College.
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