Immerse students in the world of American diplomacy
The National Museum of American Diplomacy Education Program connects high school and college students with the world of American diplomacy, increasing their understanding of diplomacy and inspiring them to be involved in foreign affairs.
How to Produce a Virtual Diplomacy Simulation
The following instructions outline the steps to produce and lead a virtual simulation using the NMAD Diplomacy Simulation Program. A 120-minute program works best, although organizers may expand or minimize the time.
Facilitator Slideshow Presentations
These curated slideshow presentations are resources for educators and facilitators to teach about diplomacy, the State Department, and to provide an introduction to our Diplomacy Simulations.
What is the State Department?
Who works at the State Department? What does the State Department do? This Google Slides presentation offers an overview of the institution.
What is Diplomacy?
What is diplomacy? Who conducts diplomacy? This Google Slides presentation offers an introduction to the concept of diplomacy.
Diplomacy Simulation Introduction
How do you conduct one of our Diplomacy Simulations? This Google Slides presentation offers an overview of the structure, roles, tasks, and best practices.