Harvard Model Congress is the largest congressional simulation conference in the world run entirely by undergraduates at Harvard College.
Founded in 1986, our nonprofit organization is dedicated to teaching and inspiring the leaders of tomorrow . With 37 committees and a 9:1 delegate to staffer ratio , we are able to support students throughout the conference as they tackle a diverse array of complex issues and engage in debates, caucuses, trials, press conferences, testimonies, and crises.
As HMC enters its 37th year, we are confident that it continues to be the nation’s premier conference as one of the most dynamic model congress simulations available to high school students. Learn more about our mission and history here .
By engaging in open debates, caucuses, trials, press conferences, testimonies, and crises, students are able to better appreciate the purpose and role of the political process. A committed staff of Harvard students strives to facilitate a...
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For two weeks, immerse yourself in the excitement of college life and new academic challenges through our residential summer program for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
As a Summer Challenge student, you can choose any two seminars from our list of 20. Each seminar is designed to expand your academic horizons, through lectures, discussions, individual and group work, and project-based assignments - even field trips. Our intimate class sizes give you the opportunity to receive individual attention from our experienced team of college instructors.