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I am a delegate for Model United Nations at my school. I can not say I enjoyed every minute of my membership, but I can say it has taught me a lot. Being a member for four years has taught me how important world issues really are.
Every session, I have represented a different country other than my home countries such as the United States and Korea.
At the most recent session, I represented the country of Iran on the topic of, "Iran's Nuclear Program." I had an instant feel of trepidation. I wasn't the best delegate out there, and certainly not the best speaker. To no surprise, the session went unresolved. Although the M.U.N delegates did not come up with a resolution that all the countries could agree on, I believe I tried my best to follow what the real representatives of Iran might have done.
MUN has taught me it's not easy being a country most people have a prejudice notion on; it has opened my eyes to the bigger world out there with the issues people are trying to resolve.