The question of including your Model UN experience under the wider professional spectrum of your activities has always been a tough one to answer. Specialists, veterans and all types of munosaurs would tell you to list it under specific sections or to not even include it at all sometimes! Therefore, if we are to type down our crisis experiences how the heck are we going to do that?
In an attempt to answer this question, we’d have to first see what crisis teaches us. First of all, acting under pressure and managing a huge pile of information within little time could go as “crisis management in the workplace”. Moving on to serious human resources assets that could be considered as “experience in HR directing and related tasks”-do not forget that HR is one of the most important departments of any company!
Technologically wise, if you are for instance using Deus (if not, check here what Deus is and if you call yourself a crisis person you need to use Deus otherwise you are rather plain G.A. MUNer) and other interesting software to run anything you have already mastered tricky editing and video making skills, which could be boosted with a special online certification on it and boom, you got yourself a whole new section on your CV!
If you are a historic crisis person, you can always use that to advance any application in the field of “special workshops”. Most importantly, do not hesitate to translate the largest amount of your crisis experience to the respective skills and you will have already increased your status for anything you would be aiming at!
The final trick would be location wise. Always, even if you were the backroom staffer doing news updates from one network only, use the university/location wisely. For example, it is very different to write “delivery and management of educational tools under the realm of modern technology in cooperation with several Universities of London” than “many conferences in London”.
Best of luck!