TCMUN 2019 Registration Closed

Off-season is here in Jackson, but InterConnections 21 is busy preparing for another great year of TCMUN! Student leader applications are in, the keynote speaker is being confirmed, and registration is now complete. The conference filled within 48 hours again this year, but we are still accepting students and small delegations on our wait list. Please email for more info. We look forward to seeing everyone in Teton County in November!

TCMUN 2018 Award Winners

2018 Best Delegates & Honorable Mentions:

Commission on the Status of Women

Best Delegate: Courtney McVey (Cody HS),  Switzerland

Honorable Mention: Tia Vontver (One Stone), Peru

Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO)

Best Delegate: Dillon Romero (Cody HS), Nepal

Honorable Mention: Chloe French (One Stone), Colombia

General Assembly Second

Best Delegate: Olivia DeAngelis (Riverstone), Japan

Honorable Mention: Sophie Jensen (JHHS), Vietnam

Human Rights Council

Best Delegate: Isaac Loomis (Wood River), Iraq

Honorable Mention: Clara Harding (Wood River), United Kingdom

Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons

Best Delegate: Henry Davis (One Stone), U.S.A.

Honorable Mention: Jake Simon (Wood River), United Kingdom

Security Council

Best Delegate: Daniel Deming (Cody), Cote d’Ivoire

Honorable Mention: Sara McWhirter (Journeys School), Poland

World Health Organization

Best Delegate: Kaia Jensen (Wood River), Peru

Honorable Mention: Amanda Casey (One Stone), Colombia


Best Position Papers by School:

Riverstone School

Salma Schwartzman, Germany

One Stone

Arianna Carlson, France

Cody High School

Courtney McVey, Switzerland

Jackson Hole Community School

Maleah Tuttle-Armajo, Haiti

Wood River High School

Zoe Simon, DRC

Jackson Hole High School

Annika Peacock, Israel

Jackson Hole MUN Club

Caitlin Johnston, Mongolia

Journeys School

Sara McWhirter, Poland

Star Valley

Sarie Jenkins, Cambodia

Kelly Walsh High School

Rachelle Trujillo, Ukraine

Teton High School

Caitlin Johnston, Norway

Overview of Teton County Model UN – November 12 & 13, 2018

Teton County Model UN (TCMUN) simulates the United Nations system. Student delegates from across the Northern Rockies play the role of diplomats from countries worldwide with the aim of passing resolutions on pressing global issues. TCMUN offers a unique opportunity to help students learn about a broad range of critical global issues while instilling democratic processes, parliamentary procedures and diplomatic behaviors.

TCMUN is a project of InterConnections 21 in collaboration with Teton County School District #1, Jackson Hole Community School and the Journeys School of TSS.

Student delegates vote to pass a resolution