The Miss Virginia competition is a scholarship pageant for women, with the titleholder representing Virginia in the Miss America pageant. The competition was founded in as a scholarship contest for young women, although women had represented Virginia in the Miss America pageant since the s. Four Miss Virginia winners have gone on to be crowned Miss America, including former national titleholder Caressa Cameron. To compete in the Miss Virginia pageant, a contestant must first win one of many local competitions. Contestants may compete at the local and state level more than once, but having won a state title may only compete in the national Miss America competition one time. During her reign, Miss Virginia travels over 40, miles across the state making appearances to further her social impact initiative, visit schools, and for the Miss America Organization's national Children's Miracle Network campaign.
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Virginia is one of the more successful states at Miss Teen USA, and is placed in the top twenty in terms of number and value of placements . Their most successful decade was the s. Cast member on Road Rules Viewers' Revenge. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues.
Be able to meet the time commitment and responsibilities as set forth by the local program in which you compete. CMNH is a non-profit organization that raises funds for more than children's hospitals. Donations stay local and create miracles by funding medical care, research, and education that save and improve the lives of 17 million children each year. The private interview is 6 minutes long at the local competition and 8 minutes long at the state competition.
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