June 19-25, Purcellville, VA
You thought leading a nation was hard? Just wait until your job is to interact with the whole world. At iGovern Statecraft, you will spend the week as an official of the Executive Branch, a world news journalist, or a foreign ambassador. As a U.S. official, you will be entrusted with the United States foreign policy, our diplomatic, intelligence, and military resources, and a very sticky international crisis.
You can also choose to represent a different nation. Delegations will be attending an international summit where they will be tasked with competing priorities and agendas from their respective homelands.
During a week of highly detailed simulation and in-depth instruction, you will test current ideas, consider new approaches, and come away with a much deeper understanding of the affairs of nations. On the beautiful campus of Patrick Henry College, you will learn what leadership means, participate in team games, and develop lasting friendships with your fellow students and counselors.
You will also get the opportunity to tour real-life military and government facilities in the D.C. area on our mid-week field trip. We are still making plans, but are considering iconic locations such as: Quantico, the Pentagon, foreign embassies, and more!
This is iGovern Statecraft: Politics on an international stage.