Young girls dream to become beauty queens, role models and inspire people. Their thrust have always been so far to continue their cause to help generations of kids to get proper education, to speak to the youth and also inspire them so they could listen to their personal cause. This is the journey of Miss Teen Philippines.
It has been a few years since this has happened, the last of which was in 2014. Back then, it was so hard to actually stage a production and aside from economic difficulties, they just didn’t have enough sponsors. With the resurgence of interest in pageants in the country, that has been solved. Miss Teen Philippines also has partnered with local government agencies, the DSWD, DepEd and the National Youth Commission as they too will also help with some of these agencies initiatives.
As per Ms. Regine Angeles the Youth Empowerment Through Education Foundation Incorporated Director, they are looking for someone who is not just a pretty face, but leadership in promoting their cause so she too could be a role model for their peers. She also needs to have the vibe of the younger generation, she also has to be outgoing. Now there is another set of empowered ladies that will vie for the crown.
|First Miss Teen Philippines winner Stephanie Sol now has her MBA in Business. She is also a former GMA artist.|
They have to be 14 to 18, enrolled at school, and is a Filipino citizen. Yes they have adjusted the age a bit because of the gap between 13-18 which they did in the past. They will have to also pass small pageants in their own regions before they could go to Miss Teen Philippines, so there will have to be a lot to go through to get that crown. If you think it’s time to start your pageant journey, go to Facebook.com/missteenphilippinesofficial or send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regional search will start December 15 in different provinces around the country. Follow their channels so you can make sure you can join.
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