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Miss Arizona Scholarship Competition

$150,000

February 28, 2022

Awards Available: 30

  • Scholarship Description
  • Since its inception in 1921, the historical and social significance of Miss America has evolved from a boardwalk beauty pageant to the world's largest provider of scholarship assistance for young women, awarding more than $45 million each year. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website. The Miss Arizona and Miss Arizona's Outstanding Teen programs exists to provide unparalleled scholarship and service opportunities to young women in the Grand Canyon State. More than 50 young women representing all corners of Arizona compete at the State competition each year to earn more than $30,000 cash and $500,000 in-kind scholarships. By providing a platform for tomorrow’s leaders to express their opinions, talents, character and intelligence, the organization seeks to aid in personal development, better the community and state at large, and display the importance of service before self. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Cathy Herd
  • 2040 W. Alma School Rd
  • Ste 1-152
  • Chandler, AZ 85286
  • info@missarizona.org

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Hala elgohary  on 6/9/2020 3:01:36 PM

I gave up so much to come to United state and do something with my life I would be very grateful if I got the opportunity to apply for this scholarship If I try my best I’m pretty sure I will win.

Huyen (huyendhkt412@gmail.com)  on 7/14/2018 6:10:18 AM

Dear all, I'm a Vietnamese woman and I am looking for full scholarships to pursue my PhD program in next time. I hope that I have a chance to apply this scholarship. Thanks all

Jessica H  on 2/23/2018 9:21:00 PM

I wonder what my parents would think if I turned in a really good essay on Miss America, and won.

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