Princeton US-China Coalition seeks student leaders for Global Governace Forum

The Princeton US-China Coalition is a student organization founded to establish a transnational coalition of student leaders poised to face issues at the forefront of US-China policy.

This upcoming spring, PUCC is excited to be hosting the annual Global Governance Forum focused on US China relations. The PUCC Global Governance Forum will draw together 30 exceptional student delegates from universities across the US, China, and around the world.

To ensure smaller-scale interaction of the highest caliber, we will select the 30 delegates through competitive application.

At the conference, we plan to host 1) lectures followed by Q and A 2) simulations of multilateral dialogue and 3) policy briefings. The policy briefings—a capstone of our forum—will have delegates work intensively in groups to formulate and present policy proposals outlining how countries can tackle a specific 21st century global challenge.

From these activities, delegates from vastly different backgrounds will have the unique chance to trade perspectives, tackle timely world issues, and retain a global community of peers eager to shape 21st century US-China relations.

We are looking for talented applicants interested in US-China studies to participate in our conference. We would love if you would reach out to your China Center about this exciting opportunity. Please view our website here for more information about the application process. Attached is a formal invitation letter detailing more specifics about the summit.

Please be in touch with any questions or concerns.

Sofie Kim
Princeton University '20
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