Harvard Model Congress San Francisco

Purpose Statement

Harvard Model Congress San Francisco is a government simulation conference for high school students that is run by Harvard undergraduates. High school students from around the country convene for four days in the Hilton Hotel in San Francisco\x{e2}\x{80}\x{99}s Financial District, and assume the roles of politicians as they debate the most pressing public policy issues of our time. The conference is designed to get students interested in public service, in addition to developing their public speaking skills and writing skills.

Organization Information