All-American Model UN Team

Join the team that's transforming Model UN.

Frank Pobutkiewicz

Founder, Program Director
Frank has dedicated the last fifteen years of his life to expanding and legitimizing Model United Nations opportunities for high school students. After graduating from Boston University with degrees in International Relations and Business Administration, Frank founded the All-American Model UN Programs in 2011. Since then, he has developed a reputation for being one of the best Model UN coaches and mentors in the world.

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Manasi Raveendran

Lead Mentor
Manasi completed her undergraduate education at Boston University before earning her JD from Notre Dame Law School. She currently works at IBM as in-house counsel. While at Boston University, Manasi was the Secretary General of the Boston Invitational Model United Nations conference (BosMUN). She has worked with the All-American Model UN programs for five years as our lead mentor, accompanying winning teams around the world.

Join Our Alumni Associate Team

We’re reaching out to our alumni pool to fill crucial roles to help us achieve our goals and strengthen the high school Model UN community.

Educational Material Associate Director

Approximately 3-5 hours/week

The Educational Materials Associate Director will be responsible for assisting the Program Director with creating online and print materials to assist with Model UN education for students, parents, and teachers. Applicants should be well-versed in Model UN procedure, strategy, speaking techniques, crisis and traditional committees, team organization, and fundraising.

Editorial Content Associate Director

Approximately 3-5 hours/week

The Editorial Content Associate Director will be responsible for coordinating and writing editorial pieces for the All-American Model UN website. Applicants should be well-versed in the high school Model UN circuit, conference organization, Model UN trends, and conference announcements and reforms.

Copy Associate Director

Approximately 4-6 hours/week

The Copy Associate Director will be responsible for editing and publishing all online articles, editorials, and educational material for All-American Model UN. The Copy Associate Director must be familiar with photo editing.

Communications Associate Director

Approximately 4-6 hours/week

The Communications Associate Director will be responsible for outreach to the Model UN community, including to conferences hosted by colleges and high schools, parents, teachers, and students. The objective of the Communications Associate Director is to form new partnerships and notify conferences of our new free advertising options. Strong Gmail and written skills needed.

Diplomacy Academy Co-Directors

Approximately 3-5 hours/week during the year + Week Long Residency third week of July

The Co-Directors of the Boston Diplomacy Academy will be responsible for all advertising, copy, recruitment, and execution of the Diplomacy Academy at Boston University. Co-Directors will work with the Program Director to design the Academy webpage, design recruitment materials, work with students to write thesis papers, and run operations during the Diplomacy Academy.

Community Associate Director

Approximately 4-8 hours/week 

The Community Associate Director will be responsible for all social media posting for All-American Model UN, as well as cultivating our alumni community. Additionally, the Community Associate Director will help to publicize and calculate the All-American Model UN School Rankings.

Application Instructions

Instructed alumni should contact Frank by email or message to express interest in a particular positions and to set up an interview time to further discuss responsibilities, time commitments, and compensation.

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