The Miss Auburn Scholarship program added the The Miss Auburn Outstanding Teen program in 2011. We were proud to crown our very first Miss Auburn Outstanding Teen Naomi Moore.
The teen program awarded over $7,500 in scholarship & prizes last year. The Miss Auburn Outstanding Teen Program is an official preliminary to the Miss Washington and Miss America Outstanding Teen Pageants where you have the opportunity to compete for additional scholarship money and titles.
Our program provides training to develop your leadership and interview skills. Each contestant will also receive guidance on her talent presentation, wardrobe, poise and presence, as well as training in writing resume, platform statements and thank you notes. By participating in our program you will receive the benefits that will last a lifetime!
Teen Contestants are required to participate in sponsored-fundraising program to offset any entry fees to our program. If the agreed amount is not sold, the contestant is responsible to make up the difference. Contestants need have wardrobe for the following phases of competition:
Physical Fitness in active wear (shorts/shirt)
It is not necessary to spend large sums of money on this competition wardrobe. The Miss Auburn board of directors has a strong network to assist you with your wardrobe.
Must be no younger than 13 years old or no older than 17 years old on June 14, 2014. If 17, you must not be a graduating senior.
Must be a United States citizen, have never been married and/or pregnant, and have always been female.
The candidate selected for the responsibility of serving as Miss Auburn’s Outstanding Teen must be available to serve as a official ambassador of Auburn her year of service and be willing to make as many appearances, parades and events as possible. As the Miss Auburn Scholarship Program supports education, every effort will be made to accommodate her school schedule. She will also compete in the Miss Washington Outstanding Teen Pageant in May, 2015.
All entrants are required to attend each Sunday rehearsal and special appearances made by the group. These may include, but are not limited to: the Auburn Veterans Day Parade, Santa Parade and an Auburn City Council meeting.
Every applicant will be contacted and scheduled for a mandatory interview and talent preview with the Board of Directors.
You must have all these items with you at time of check-in:
Copy of your birth certificate
Official school transcripts for High School or Progress Reports for Middle School Contestants.
Parents or legal guardian must attend the pageant board interview with you.
How to prepare for the interview: Be prepared to answer questions about yourself so that we can get to know you. Every contestant is required to have a platform and prepare a platform statement. If you don’t have one, we can help you. Please come to the interview dressed in appropriate interview attire with hair and makeup done.
Have talent preview ready: You will be expected to present a 90 second talent. Music needs to be on a CD and you will have time to change (if needed) into talent wear. NOTE: we will have a keyboard available for pianist.