Penn Model Congress

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Penn Model Congress, founded in 1997, is an entirely student-run organization open to all undergraduates of the University of Pennsylvania. Each spring, PennMC hosts an elite four-day conference for high school students from around the country to debate bills written by their peers covering a variety of contemporary political issues. Additionally, the club sponsors panels, guest speakers, and various other events in order to discuss and enhance our understanding of the United States government, particularly the Congress and legislative process.


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Basic Info

7 Registered (50 - 100 Members)

Not Currently Accepting Members

Application Required

Both Semesters


How to Get Involved

Applications for appointed postions will be due Sunday, September 24th and can be found here. Even if you are not given an appointed position, all are welcome to serve as commitee chairs (judges) at our high school conference. If you would like to be added to our listserv please fill out this form.  Feel free to reach out to our President, Marc Edayadi, at with any questions.  

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