Delegate Tools


Preparing to Represent Your Country 

To prepare for the conference, delegates must read and follow the instructions in the following documents.  In addition, we recommend printing the starred (*) items and bringing them to the conference in a notebook along with your position paper and the topic guide for your committee.

It is not necessary to make a country placard this year because the conference will be online.

Writing and Submitting Your Position Paper

For award consideration submit your position paper by Wednesday, 11/10 at 8 pm.

Position Paper Submission Instructions

  1. Each student must submit his/her position paper to his/her assigned committee (instructions coming soon).
  2. The title of your file must include the delegate's country, committee, and high school in the following format: Country_Committee_School. (Example: Iran_GA-1_Bozeman).
  3. The position paper should be submitted as a Word document (please do not submit documents in Pages, as our staff may be unable to view it). The text should only contain the position paper. Do not include a cover letter or other information.
  4. Only delegates who submit position papers before the conference begins are eligible for awards. This includes team awards.
  5. If you have questions, please email

Position Paper Submission Form

***Students:  click here to submit your paper.***  Each student should submit their own paper.  To do so, you will create an account with a password, complete a form with your contact information so we can contact you about awards, and upload your position paper.  If you need assistance, please email Jessica Shaffer.

Writing Resolutions

Rules of Procedure


Other Resources

  • Conference Schedule: coming soon.
  • Chair Script: It may also be helpful for you to read the Chair Script (posted on the Advisor page).
  • Video: Watch video from the 2009 Missoula pre-conference workshop. There are short clips on UN history, parliamentary procedure, Q&A, and a fun simulation using the rules. Before watching, print the long and short form versions of the rules so you can follow along.