On January 13-15, Carondelet students were delegates to Harvard Model Congress held in San Francisco. Harvard Model Congress, the nation’s oldest government simulation conference, is run exclusively by undergraduates from Harvard University. This event simulates the workings of the United States federal government where students act as members of Congress, argue cases in the Supreme Court, and become specialists in Federal agencies such as the FBI, CIA, and NSC. During this simulation, Carondelet students get firsthand experience on how our government operates, how laws are passed, and how to debate and negotiate with over 300 other students from all parts of the United States and abroad.
“Harvard Model Congress provided an opportunity for me to meet students with shared interests from all over the country. I was able to have many nuanced conversations about politics while I worked with others to solve the nation’s problems”
- Harper Rhee ’24