Alayna Westcom, Miss Vermont, and Sophia Parker, Miss Vermont’s Outstanding Teen 2015.
Do you know someone who has what it takes to be the next Miss Vermont or Miss Vermont’s Outstanding Teen?
This spring, Miss Vermont 2015, Alayna Westcom of Bakersfield, and Miss Vermont’s Outstanding Teen 2015, Sophia Parker of Addison, will be ready to part with their respective titles, and the Preliminary Titleholder Program is now accepting applications. As part of the search process for the 2016 titleholders, the Miss Vermont Scholarship Organization, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, is pleased to invite applicants to the 2016 Preliminary Titleholder Program.
The Preliminary Titleholder Program is designed to support and prepare contestants in their preparation to compete for the title of Miss Vermont and Miss Vermont’s Outstanding Teen. The qualified applicant is smart and talented, as the majority of her competition score will be based on her performance in talent and interview. The remaining points will come from her scores in the fitness and evening-wear phases of the competition. Most importantly, the new Miss Vermont and Miss Vermont’s Outstanding Teen will have a personal platform that she promotes throughout her year of service.
Preliminary Titleholders serve as representatives of the organization, make appearances on behalf of the organization and their platforms, and receive waived admission to the five skill-building workshops held prior to the Miss Vermont competition.
The mission of the not-for-profit Miss Vermont Scholarship Organization, Inc. is to provide scholarships to young women of Vermont while coaching their leadership skills, mentoring their participation in relevant community service, enhancing their unique talents, and developing their personal confidence, grace and style.
The deadline for applications is Feb. 1. Interested applicants can learn more at www.missvermont.org.