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For the second time, TSMUN Mission is Wells Fargo Donation recipient

May 2015


TALLAHASSEE, Fla.- Tallahassee Southern Model United Nations (TSMUN), one of Florida’s premiere Model United Nations conferences, is the recipient of Wells Fargo’s East Tallahassee Branch’s charity of choice.

"On behalf of my charity, I'm very thankful for Wells Fargo's generous contribution", said Bugra Demirel, president of TSMUN’s Board of Directors. “I would like to congratulate Wendy, Wells Fargo Big Bend District Manager, and her team for putting in great effort to be involved with the community.”

One of nine organizations recognized during Wells Fargo’s annual Community Connection Breakfast, TSMUN received a $1000 donation.  

“We will make sure students get the best out of each dollar we received through this Grant.”

With goals to enhance their annual conference in the coming year, TSMUN plans to use the donation to introduce better guest speakers and expand the training opportunities to students, by supplying more resources and technical support.

In addition to providing more resources, TSMUN will continue to offer their current scholarships to Model UN students. To encourage student to continue their Model UN experience, TSMUN offers students a full scholarship to pursue their education at Tallahassee Community College (TCC), where TCC has a collegiate level Award Winning Model United Nations team. Going beyond the local Model UN competition, TSMUN has a scholarship for students actively interested in continuing their Model UN experience with International Model United Nations.

“I'm happy to see that our scholarship programs are getting stronger every year.”

Following their first conference in 1997, TSMUN has strived to further student’s international education by providing students with a positive learning environment and an opportunity to grow as individuals and leaders.

“ Seeing the support from our community partners and Alumni, we will work even harder to make sure we can change more lives for better.” 

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