Millennials reach Harvard on educational trip
Delegates from Roots Millennium Flagship Campus I-9/3, Islamabad along with the Chaperone Ms. Sana Khattak Admission & Outreach Officer visited Boston, New York, Washington DC USA for an educational trip to attend the 63rd Session of the Harvard Model United Nations 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts. Over 3,000 delegates from all around the world participated and had an incredible experience. The delegates attended a special interactive and conference preparation workshop by Team Harvard Model United Nationsto answer all their queries. The Millennials attended all the six committee sessions successfully, followed by the Cultural Extravaganzaand HMUN Closing Ceremony where students from more than 250 countries participated.
During their stay in US the Millennials explored America’s most reputed universities like Harvard, MIT and Georgetown University, where the delegates had a guided tour of all the campuses provided by senior students themselves and had a chance to interact with them about the campus life, applications etc. The delegates also visited Mary Baker Eddy Museum to explore the history of the world and how nations were formed on the world’s oldest map – the Mappariumat Boston Massachusetts.
The most proud moment for the Millennials was when they had a guided exploration of the United Nation Head Quarters. Followed by the interactive session about UN mission to US with the diplomats. The Millennials took the Ferry to Liberty Island and explore the Statue of Liberty and some of the most iconic sites in Manhattan like Grand Central, Wall Street, and 9/11 Memorial.
The Millennials visited the US Capitol and various National Memorials like Abraham Lincoln Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, World War II Memorial, Korean and Vietnam War VeteransMemorial in Washington DC where they all got a taste of the American Government and its history. The Millennials also set out an adventure in the International Spy Museum at Downtown Washington DC and later the day took that perfect set of photographs in front of the White House.
Source: Pakistan Observer