UNICEF

In high school I joined a club called Model United Nations. Model United Nations is a convention of many high schools throughout the county and Canada. All students are assigned a country to represent in one of many committee rooms. In my second year there, as a junior, my assignment was The United Nations Children’s Fund or otherwise known as UNIFEC. I spent months researching what UNICEF was about and how my country, Jordan, handled it’s affairs toward the topics thats come up in a UNICEF assembly. Now I am very knowledge in this area of global affairs and politics.

At Baruch there is a club called UNICEF at Baruch College. I attended simply because I understand to some extant the problem in this world in regard to children and they’re pain. The people in UNICEF at Baruch College also understand the issues. I was proud to see students like me so passionate about saving young from the terrible depths of darkness they often end up in. UNICEF at Baruch is motivated to as much as they can in as many ways as they can. It starts with money. UNICEF at Baruch raises money through fundraisers throughout the year for various different reasons but all with a common goal, to benefit the children of the world. Another way they help out is through speech. Raising awareness for what UNICEF is and what they are about is another huge facet to the amazing work UNICEF at Baruch is doing wonders for the cause. The educate on campus telling other students what an important organization this. Another way they raise awareness is on Facebook and social media. Today Social media is a useful platform for an organization like us to get out message across to as many people as we can. The work UNICEF at Baruch is doing its truly amazing and I hope to be apart of it for as long as I am a student here.