Ganesha High School Model United Nations Team

The Ganesha High School Model United Nations team competed at the Cerritos High School Model United Nations Fall conference on Saturday, Oct. 12th. Seven students competed and two students won an award for Excellence in their Committee. Alexis-Aramburo Sanchez won an award for Excellence for his work on the plight of Refugees in the Yemeni Civil War and Anthony Tejeda-Perez also won an award for Excellence for his work  Marine Pollution in the oceans. Model United Nations is coached by History Teacher Joseph Tremblay at Ganesha High School. Students will be competing in several other competitions this school year. A GIANT thank you to Mr. Tremblay who donates his time to the students during lunch, after school, and during weekend competitions. 

 
 
The Ganesha High School Model United Nations team competed at the Cerritos High School Model United Nations Fall conference on Saturday Oct. 12th. Seven students competed and two students won an award for Excellence in their Committee. Alexis-Aramburo Sanchez won an award for Excellence for his work on the plight of Refugees in the Yemeni Civil War and Anthony Tejeda-Perez also won an award for Excellence for his work  Marine Pollution in the oceans. Model United Nations is coached by History Teacher Joseph Tremblay. Students will be competing in several other competitions this school year. A GIANT thank you to Mr. Tremblay who donates his time to the students during lunch, after school and during weekend competitions. There is currently no stipend (I hope that changes one day).  I am very proud of the Model UN program at Ganesha High, most of the schools and students we compete with are from private schools or students come from wealthy families & communities. Additionally, there here have been times when our students have been the only students of color at the competitions. Most of the students who have participated in Model UN at Ganesha over the past couple of years have gone onto prestigious colleges and universities outside CA or UC or private schools in CA. The experience has been invaluable for these students, a GIANT thank you for your support.
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