United Nations Training

For Rising 9th to 12th Graders

United Nations Training

For Rising 9th to 12th Graders

Students participating in this training program will be able to engage with top diplomats and staff at the United Nations and enhance their ability to work effectively in cross-cultural contexts and foster the 21st century skills needed to succeed in an increasingly interconnected world.

2018

Program Started
We are so proud of what we have made for our students.

9

# of Ivy League and Top University Visit
Participants in this program will be personally guided by current university students from their respective institutions.

25

# of Participants per Session
This program is highly selective. We want to make sure our participants are ready to be engaged at a high level.

3

# of Cities to Visit
Boston, New York City, Washington, D.C.

The Ultimate Leadership Program

for High-Achieving Middle & High School Students

The Ultimate Leadership Program

Differentiate Yourself in Highly-Selective Training Opportunity

Immerse in the core values of the United Nations: Global Citizenship, Sustainable Development and Inclusive Societies. 

Extremely Rare Exposure to World-Renowned Organizations

Expand your understanding of global relations from the United Nations, U.S. Congress, UNICEF, UNESCO, and WHO.

Explore Ivy League Universities and 3 Major Cities

Experience what Ivy League Universities, Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C. have to offer.

Official Certificate of Completion

Become more desirable to the Ivy League and other top universities around the world

Differentiate Yourself in Highly-Selective Training Opportunity

Immerse in the core values of the United Nations: Global Citizenship, Sustainable Development and Inclusive Societies. 

Extremely Rare Exposure to World-Renowned Organizations

Expand your understanding of global relations from the United Nations, U.S. Congress, UNICEF, UNESCO, and WHO.

Explore Ivy League Universities and 3 Major Cities

Experience what Ivy League Universities, Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C. have to offer.

Official Certificate of Completion

Become more desirable to the Ivy League and other top universities around the world

Our Solutions

These are special and unique values that you can take advantage of.

What do I learn from this program? Part I
Explore Critical International Issues

UNT offers the necessary tools to understand evolving global challenges and a unique perspective on critical issues on the international agenda.

What do I learn from this program? Part II
Be Immersed in the World’s Diplomatic Hubs

Our program aims to transfer specialized knowledge and information to develop and reinforce practical skills that will allow young people to engage with the work of the UN critically.

What do I learn from this program? Part III
Build a Career in International Affairs

WFUNA facilitators foster a dynamic classroom environment that is conducive to learning and connection so each participant can better understand of the UN and relevant global issues.

What kind of people do I meet?
Ivy League and Top University Students

Draw inspiration from the most brilliant students across the country as they serve as your tour guide to Ivy League and other leading U.S. universities. Learn more about their campus communities, get a glimpse into college life, and acquire essential tips on how to prepare for a successful future.

Where is this program offered at?
Explore the 3 Most Important Cities

Explore 3 of the most important and influential cities in the U.S.: Boston, New York City, and Washington, D.C. Also, appreciate the cultural aspects, monuments, and landmarks of this diverse country.

Do I get something for my college application?
Official Certificate of Completion

Become more desirable to top universities in the U.S. or internationally by differentiating both your college application and personal essays.

What do I learn from this program?
Part I

Explore Critical International Issues

UNT offers the necessary tools to understand evolving global challenges and a unique perspective on critical issues on the international agenda.

What do I learn from this program?
Part II

Be Immersed in the World’s Diplomatic Hubs

Our program aims to transfer specialized knowledge and information to develop and reinforce practical skills that will allow young people to engage with the work of the UN critically.

What do I learn from this program?
Part III

Build a Career in International Affairs

WFUNA facilitators foster a dynamic classroom environment that is conducive to learning and connection so each participant can better understand of the UN and relevant global issues.

What kind of people do I meet?

Ivy League and Top University Students

Draw inspiration from the most brilliant students across the country as they serve as your tour guide to Ivy League and other leading U.S. universities. Learn more about their campus communities, get a glimpse into college life, and acquire essential tips on how to prepare for a successful future.

Where is this program offered at?

Explore the 3 Most Important Cities

Explore 3 of the most important and influential cities in the U.S.: Boston, New York City, and Washington, D.C. Also, appreciate the cultural aspects, monuments, and landmarks of this diverse country.

Do I get something for my college application?

Official Certificate of Completion

Become more desirable to top universities in the U.S. or internationally by differentiating both your college application and personal essays.

Our Goals for You

Jumpstart your college journey with a global perspective

Develop leadership and problem-solving skills, network with global leaders, and start building your resume as early as 9th grade.

Boost your career building activities

By the end of a week-long training, our students will have been given the opportunity to:

  • Acquire a deeper understanding of UN institutions and multilateral diplomacy
  • Acquire a framework to understand key global issues
  • Foster their public speech abilities and express their opinion in public
  • Obtain information on career building and working in International Organizations.

Jumpstart your college journey with a global perspective

Develop leadership and problem-solving skills, network with global leaders, and start building your resume as early as 9th grade.

Boost your career building activities

By the end of a week-long training, our students will have been given the opportunity to:

        ● Acquire a deeper understanding of UN institutions and                        multilateral diplomacy

        ● Acquire a framework to understand key global issues

        ● Foster their public speech abilities and express their                            opinion in public

        ● Obtain information on career building and working in                           International Organizations

Distinguished Organizations We Work With

Stanley Prep works with world-renowned international organizations to offer a premium leadership training program for top-performing high school students.

The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) is a global nonprofit organization representing and coordinating a membership of over 100 national United Nations Associations (UNAs) and their thousands of constituents. Guided by their vision of a United Nations that is a powerful force in meeting common global challenges and opportunities, WFUNA works to strengthen and improve the United Nations. WFUNA achieves this through the engagement of people who share a global mindset and support international cooperation – global citizens.

The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) is a global nonprofit organization representing and coordinating a membership of over 100 national United Nations Associations (UNAs) and their thousands of constituents. Guided by their vision of a United Nations that is a powerful force in meeting common global challenges and opportunities, WFUNA works to strengthen and improve the United Nations. WFUNA achieves this through the engagement of people who share a global mindset and support international cooperation – global citizens.

UNICEF, originally called the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund in full, now officially United Nations Children's Fund, is an agency of the United Nations responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. The agency is among the most widespread and recognizable social welfare organizations in the world, with a presence in 192 countries and territories. UNICEF's activities include providing immunizations and disease prevention, administering treatment for children and mothers with HIV, enhancing childhood and maternal nutrition, improving sanitation, promoting education, and providing emergency relief in response to disasters.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations with the aim of promoting world peace and security through international cooperation in education, arts, sciences and culture. It pursues this objective through five major programme areas: education, natural sciences, social/human sciences, culture and communication/information. UNESCO sponsors projects that improve literacy, provide technical training and education, advance science, protect independent media and press freedom, preserve regional and cultural history, and promote cultural diversity.

The World Health Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health. It is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and has six regional offices and 150 field offices worldwide. The WHO's official mandate is to promote health and safety while helping the vulnerable worldwide. It provides technical assistance to countries, sets international health standards, collects data on global health issues, and serves as a forum for scientific or policy discussions related to health.

UNICEF, originally called the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund in full, now officially United Nations Children's Fund, is an agency of the United Nations responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. The agency is among the most widespread and recognizable social welfare organizations in the world, with a presence in 192 countries and territories. UNICEF's activities include providing immunizations and disease prevention, administering treatment for children and mothers with HIV, enhancing childhood and maternal nutrition, improving sanitation, promoting education, and providing emergency relief in response to disasters.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations with the aim of promoting world peace and security through international cooperation in education, arts, sciences and culture. It pursues this objective through five major programme areas: education, natural sciences, social/human sciences, culture and communication/information. UNESCO sponsors projects that improve literacy, provide technical training and education, advance science, protect independent media and press freedom, preserve regional and cultural history, and promote cultural diversity.

The World Health Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health. It is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and has six regional offices and 150 field offices worldwide. The WHO's official mandate is to promote health and safety while helping the vulnerable worldwide. It provides technical assistance to countries, sets international health standards, collects data on global health issues, and serves as a forum for scientific or policy discussions related to health.

International Organizations

The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) is a global nonprofit organization representing and coordinating a membership of over 100 national United Nations Associations (UNAs) and their thousands of constituents. Guided by their vision of a United Nations that is a powerful force in meeting common global challenges and opportunities, WFUNA works to strengthen and improve the United Nations. WFUNA achieves this through the engagement of people who share a global mindset and support international cooperation – global citizens.

The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) is a global nonprofit organization representing and coordinating a membership of over 100 national United Nations Associations (UNAs) and their thousands of constituents. Guided by their vision of a United Nations that is a powerful force in meeting common global challenges and opportunities, WFUNA works to strengthen and improve the United Nations. WFUNA achieves this through the engagement of people who share a global mindset and support international cooperation – global citizens.

Agencies of the United Nations

UNICEF, originally called the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund in full, now officially United Nations Children’s Fund, is an agency of the United Nations responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. The agency is among the most widespread and recognizable social welfare organizations in the world, with a presence in 192 countries and territories. UNICEF’s activities include providing immunizations and disease prevention, administering treatment for children and mothers with HIV, enhancing childhood and maternal nutrition, improving sanitation, promoting education, and providing emergency relief in response to disasters.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations with the aim of promoting world peace and security through international cooperation in education, arts, sciences and culture. It pursues this objective through five major programme areas: education, natural sciences, social/human sciences, culture and communication/information. UNESCO sponsors projects that improve literacy, provide technical training and education, advance science, protect independent media and press freedom, preserve regional and cultural history, and promote cultural diversity.

The World Health Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health. It is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and has six regional offices and 150 field offices worldwide. The WHO’s official mandate is to promote health and safety while helping the vulnerable worldwide. It provides technical assistance to countries, sets international health standards, collects data on global health issues, and serves as a forum for scientific or policy discussions related to health.

UNICEF, originally called the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund in full, now officially United Nations Children’s Fund, is an agency of the United Nations responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. The agency is among the most widespread and recognizable social welfare organizations in the world, with a presence in 192 countries and territories. UNICEF’s activities include providing immunizations and disease prevention, administering treatment for children and mothers with HIV, enhancing childhood and maternal nutrition, improving sanitation, promoting education, and providing emergency relief in response to disasters.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations with the aim of promoting world peace and security through international cooperation in education, arts, sciences and culture. It pursues this objective through five major programme areas: education, natural sciences, social/human sciences, culture and communication/information. UNESCO sponsors projects that improve literacy, provide technical training and education, advance science, protect independent media and press freedom, preserve regional and cultural history, and promote cultural diversity.

The World Health Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health. It is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and has six regional offices and 150 field offices worldwide. The WHO’s official mandate is to promote health and safety while helping the vulnerable worldwide. It provides technical assistance to countries, sets international health standards, collects data on global health issues, and serves as a forum for scientific or policy discussions related to health.

Program Format

Time Duration

June 17th-26th, 2024

10 days

  • 5 days for the UN training in New York
  • 5 days of Ivy League Colleges & Cities Tour
Date Duration

June 17th-26th, 2024

10 days
• 5 days for the UN training in New York
• 5 days of Ivy League Colleges & Cities Tour

*Disclaimer: Program may be cancelled at any time due to unforeseen circumstances.

Program Contents

United Nations Training Program (UNT)

Offered by the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA), this program provides a comprehensive experience for rising 9th-12th grade students who show an early interest in international issues. It offers a unique opportunity to visit key institutions at the United Nations headquarters and receive direct education from former diplomats and current diplomats. The UNT program guides students to explore important issues related to the global activities of the United Nations in a more enjoyable atmosphere.

Seminar Schedule (Agencies subject to change):
Day 1: Roles & responsibility of WFUNA
Day 2: UNICEF & UN Global Compact
Day 3: WHO and UNESCO
Day 4: United Nations Development Programme and United Nations Environment Programme
Day 5: Refugees & Migration from a UNHCR Field Officer

Ivy League University & City Tours

Students participating in this program will have guides by the current university students of their respective universities. Participants will gain insight into real college lives and helpful lead for college application.

  • Yale University
  • Brown University
  • Harvard University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Columbia University
  • Princeton University
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Georgetown University
  • Johns Hopkins University

City Tour

  • Boston
  • New York City
  • Washington, D.C.

Accommodations

Depending on room availability, participants will stay at one of these three hotels:

Hampton Inn Manhattan Grand Central

  • Located right next to Grand Central Station
  • 5-minute walk to the United Nations Headquarters
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided

Grand Hyatt New York

  • Connected to Grand Central Terminal
  • 10-minute walk to the United Nations Headquarters
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided

Millennium Hilton New York One UN Plaza

  • Located in Midtown Manhattan on the United Nations campus
  • 439 guest rooms and suites with city skyline or East River views
  • 2-minute walk to the United Nations Headquarters
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided

Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel Needham, MA

Experience Boston in a whole new way when you stay at the recently renovated Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel. This hotel is conveniently situated near Boston College and The Shops at Chestnut Hill.

  • Harvard University - 14 min drive
  • Free high-speed wifi
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided
  • Starbucks® coffee brewed right in your hotel room

Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel Needham, MA Experience Boston in a whole new way when you stay at the recently renovated Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel. This hotel is conveniently situated near Boston College and The Shops at Chestnut Hill.
Experience Boston in a whole new way when you stay at the recently renovated Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel. This hotel is conveniently situated near Boston College and The Shops at Chestnut Hill.

Hyatt Place /Paramus New Jersey

Experience a perfect blend of comfort and style at the New Jersey hotel. Each of 143 well-appointed guest rooms offer a restful retreat to all students.

  • 9.7 Miles to Metlife Stadium
  • Free high-speed wifi
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided
  • Oversized Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper
  • Separate workspace
  • Small breakfast provided

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Hyatt Place Chantilly, VA

This Washington, D.C. area hotel makes it easy to get to during our stay in our Nation’s Capital. Located in Chantilly, Virginia, this hotel is also close to popular attractions, like the National Air and Space Museum and the Smithsonian Institution so our students will never have to worry about finding something exciting to do while seeking to experience the American lifestyle. All rooms are equipped with oversized cozy corner sofa-sleeper and a separate work space that will help students feel at home during their stay in the U.S.

  • Located less than 15 minutes from Dulles International Airport
  • Free high-speed wifi
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided
  • Small breakfast provided

Depending on room availability, participants will stay at one of these three hotels:

Hampton Inn Manhattan Grand Central

  • Located right next to Grand Central Station
  • 5-minute walk to the United Nations Headquarters
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided

Grand Hyatt New York

  • Connected to Grand Central Terminal
  • 10-minute walk to the United Nations Headquarters
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided

Millennium Hilton New York One UN Plaza

  • Located in Midtown Manhattan on the United Nations campus
  • 439 guest rooms and suites with city skyline or East River views
  • 2-minute walk to the United Nations Headquarters
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided

Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel Needham, MA

Experience Boston in a whole new way when you stay at the recently renovated Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel. This hotel is conveniently situated near Boston College and The Shops at Chestnut Hill.

  • Harvard University – 14 min drive
  • Free high-speed wifi
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided
  • Starbucks® coffee brewed right in your hotel room

Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel Needham, MA Experience Boston in a whole new way when you stay at the recently renovated Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel. This hotel is conveniently situated near Boston College and The Shops at Chestnut Hill.
Experience Boston in a whole new way when you stay at the recently renovated Sheraton Boston Needham Hotel. This hotel is conveniently situated near Boston College and The Shops at Chestnut Hill.

Hyatt Place /Paramus New Jersey

Experience a perfect blend of comfort and style at the Fair Lawn hotel. Each of 143 well-appointed guest rooms offer a restful retreat to all students.

  • 9.7 Miles to Metlife Stadium
  • Free high-speed wifi
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided
  • Oversized Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper
  • Separate workspace
  • Small breakfast provided

EWRZF-P0017-Pool.16x9

Hyatt Place Chantilly, VA

This Washington, D.C. area hotel makes it easy to get to during our stay in our Nation’s Capital. Located in Chantilly, Virginia, this hotel is also close to popular attractions, like the National Air and Space Museum and the Smithsonian Institution so our students will never have to worry about finding something exciting to do while seeking to experience the American lifestyle. All rooms are equipped with oversized cozy corner sofa-sleeper and a separate work space that will help students feel at home during their stay in the U.S.

  • Located less than 15 minutes from Dulles International Airport
  • Free high-speed wifi
  • Double occupancy
  • Adult supervision provided
  • Small breakfast provided

How to Apply

Application Deadline for Summer 2024: April 30, 2024

1. Rising 9th and 12th-grade high school students
2. English fluency
3. Applicants who are not restricted from traveling to the U.S.

1. Copy of Passport
2. English resume (MS Word file, after accepted)

*All documents must be submitted in English.

Program Fee

$8,000

What's included:

Lectures, New York City, Boston, New Jersey & Washington, D.C. hotel accommodations, 3 meals a day, site visits, and local transportation within each cities.

*Sibling discount available for enrolled siblings in the same season

Program Fee: $8,000
What's included:
Lectures, New York City , Boston, New Jersey & Washington DC hotel accommodations, 3 meals a day, site visits, and local transportation within each cities

*Sibling discount available for enrolled siblings in the same season

1. Submit online application, including the application fee and required documents
2. Interview via video call to demonstrate personal character and English proficiency

A second online interview may be requested.

1. Acceptance letter issued
2. Invoice for program fee issued
4. Pay the Stanley Prep Program Fees via wire transfer

1. Purchase travel insurance
2. Obtain a U.S visa for a short-term stay (for overseas participants)
  •  It is the responsibility of participants to obtain a valid visitor’s visa for US entry if they are traveling from a country that does not participate in the visa waiver program.
  • Stanley Prep will provide a visa support letter upon request.
3. Arrange transportation
  • Participants shall arrive and depart from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.

*Disclaimer: Program may be cancelled at any time due to unforeseen circumstances.

1. Rising 9th and 12th-grade high school students
2. English fluency
3. Applicants who are not restricted from traveling to the U.S.

1. Copy of Passport
2. English resume (MS Word file, after accepted)

*All documents must be submitted in English.

Program Fee

$8,000

What’s included:

Lectures, New York City, Boston, New Jersey & Washington, D.C. hotel accommodations, 3 meals a day, site visits, and local transportation within each cities.

*Sibling discount available for enrolled siblings in the same season

Program Fee: $8,000
What’s included:
Lectures, New York City , Boston, New Jersey & Washington DC hotel accommodations, 3 meals a day, site visits, and local transportation within each cities

*Sibling discount available for enrolled siblings in the same season

1. Submit online application, including the application fee and required documents
2. Interview via video call to demonstrate personal character and English proficiency

A second online interview may be requested.

1. Acceptance letter issued
2. Invoice for program fee issued
4. Pay the Stanley Prep Program Fees via wire transfer

1. Purchase travel insurance
2. Obtain a U.S visa for a short-term stay (for overseas participants)
  •  It is the responsibility of participants to obtain a valid visitor’s visa for US entry if they are traveling from a country that does not participate in the visa waiver program.
  • Stanley Prep will provide a visa support letter upon request.
3. Arrange transportation
  • Participants shall arrive and depart from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.

*Disclaimer: Program may be cancelled at any time due to unforeseen circumstances.

Learn How We Have Helped Our Participants

At first, I think this is really informative. Through visiting various places, it was really interesting and I think this is a really good chance to experience the real US. I want to recommend this program especially to my friend who wants to participate in the UN program. For them, it would be a great experience. I think the most memorable experience was the session that addresses a nuclear weapons since it’s closely related to North Korea and South Korea. I doubted this program like “ Is this possible to get into the UN?” Because For me the United Nation was really far from me and hard to reach out. But then, when I really came to the UN. I realized that it’s really possible. I’m mostly summarizing agenda, analyzing current issues and searching the answer. It was really valuable and informative. It is really difficult to look at the council meeting and how they interact with each other in real United Nation but I did through this program. I think this is the most valuable thing. “Reality” what people see the outside of the government is really different from what is really happening inside of the government. since I had the experience of participating in council meetings, so I was able to see the inside of the government. I wanna work for the office that I’m currently working on from this program. I’ve been here just for a week but I really like this office, and I wanna work at this office in the future

Jiwoo Choi

Jiwoo Choi

Annie Wright Schools '20

Through the Stanley Prep GLI program, I did a 3- week internship with the office of Congressman Jimmy Gomez. Especially as a high school student, this was an amazing opportunity for me; it got me an internship that is typically reserved for college students in a field that I’m very interested in. I learned a lot from this internship— it gave me a strong idea of what it would be like to work in politics and public policy, and I thoroughly enjoyed every aspect of the job that I got to do. My experience at the office included doing fieldwork, so I got to meet constituents and interact with the community, as well as doing casework and working with the communications team. I felt like this internship gave me the ability to make a real impact on a local community, learn more about the field of politics, and helped me learn many new skills. I got to work with several people in the office on a daily basis, which helped me to form a better understanding of what a field office job consists of. Furthermore, I learned many new aspects of how a variety of government systems work, which is knowledge that I was able to utilize within the internship. In fact, I got the opportunity to help various constituents individually, including helping one get her passport within a few days. Overall, this was a great opportunity that helped me learn and grow in many ways, and I’m so glad that I was able do this program.

Olivia Phillips

Olivia Phillips

Harvard-Westlake '25

Frequently Asked Questions

What is WFUNA?

The World Federation of United Nations Association (WFUNA) connects the UN member countries with their citizens through education and training to promote global citizenship. WFUNA is a global non-profit organization that aims to promote student engagement in international relations. Stanley Prep’s non-profit educational charity organization, FIET, partners with WFUNA to provide our UN training program.

How do UNAT & UNT differ?

UNAT is highly selective and has eligibility requirements. During UNAT you will complete several projects and will receive the letter of recommendation upon completion of the course. UNT is for more widely selected applicants from 8th grade. Students will have seminars from different organizations within UN and will receive the certification at the end of the course.

When will I receive a course completion certificate?

Admissions offices in the U.S. review various certifications to gain insight into a student’s leadership potential and contribution made to the community. Within 1 week of the completion of UNT course, WFUNA will mail out the Certificate of Completion to each students, which they may also choose to use during the university admissions process.

How can I apply for the program?

Individuals interested in applying for the summer GL programs may do so by submitting an application on the Stanley Prep website at least 90 days prior to the start date of the desired program.

Is a U.S. visa required?

This program is a short-term training program in the U.S.  Applicants from countries not participating in the Visa Waiver Program with the U.S. are required to obtain a short-term visa. Stanley Prep will provide a visa support letter upon request. Applicants from countries participating in the Visa Waiver Program with the U.S. require authorization through the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA).

Who should I contact in the event of an emergency?

In the event of an emergency, participants should notify Stanley Prep as soon as possible. As a U.S.-based company, Stanley Prep is prepared to quickly provide support through various local networks. Participants should call 911 if presented with a life-threatening medical or safety emergency. Please note that 911 should only be called in serious situations that require an immediate response from police officers and medical personnel. In all other cases, Stanley Prep should be the first point of contact and we will work to help you resolve any issues that may arise.