December 6th and 15th, 2022

2022 Model Senate on The Foreign Relations Committee

The Council has concluded the 2022 Model Senate!  Congratulations to all the students who participated!  We invite you to view the program book, linked here.

If you have any follow-up questions regarding this program, please contact Geoffrey Quinn, Director of Education High School Programs, at or 215-561-4700 ext. 207.

The 2022 Model Senate on The Foreign Relations Committee program will explore two topics of critical importance confronting the legislative branch of the United States. Students will examine, from the perspective of U.S. Senators and Expert Witnesses, the investigation of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and assess an appropriate U.S. response. The second topic will touch on the ever growing presence of China in the Middle East, with students exploring legislative opportunities to protect U.S. interests in the region.

Students in the 2022 Model Senate program will represent select Senators, Committee Co-Chairs, Expert Witnesses, and Journalists as they seek positive solutions to ongoing issues of national and international concern.

About this Program: 
*Format & Program Offerings: The Program will be held in-person at Temple University's Fox School of Business, the program will be offered across multiple days on December 6th and December 15th;
*Duration: Full-day conference program (9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.);
*Preparation level: High - students must commit to doing several hours of research on their assigned role and committee topic ahead of the full-day simulation event.

If you have any follow-up questions regarding this program, please contact Geoffrey Quinn, Director of Education High School Programs, at or 215-561-4700 ext. 207.

Thank you to our Venue Host and Event Partner!

Temple University's Fox School of Business

2022 Model Senate Resource Guide

Review the Resource Guide for the 2022 Model Senate on The Foreign Relations Committee

2021 Model Senate Journalist Articles

Learn about last year's 2021 Model Senate program from the perspective of the student Journalists who wrote these fantastic articles summarizing the day's committee proceedings!