The National Collegiate Security Conference, initiated in 1972, is an elite Model United Nations conference of over 600 delegates that kicks off the collegiate conference season in the fall. NCSC’s high-intensity debate and crisis simulations, coupled with exciting after-committee social events, are made possible with participation from the conference staff consisting almost exclusively of members within the Georgetown International Relations Club.

The North American Invitational Model United Nations Conference is the largest student-led Model United Nations conference in the world, with more  than 3000 participants from around the globe. This high school conference, founded in 1963, balances high level committee experience with unique opportunities to explore Washington, D.C., due in great part to planning and participation from the conference staff consisting mostly of members of the  Georgetown International Relations Club.