If you or someone you know would like to apply to be the NEXT Miss Hispanic Seafair, please fill out the form below. Once your Interest Form is received you will receive a confirmation email with more details. If you've applied during Jan-May you will receive notification from us by May regarding your application. Congratulations on making a great choice for your future!
Please note, due to our limited participation in 2016, we will not be granting any special awards or having a pageant/coronation event. All candidates' online applications will be reviewed by a panel of judges. The judges may choose to contact candidates to conduct a phone interview, to make their final decision.
DEADLINE for online application: April 30th If you have any questions regarding the application process or the scholarship program, please feel free to email us at email@example.com
A GENEROUS ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP
Official Miss Hispanic Seafair Royal Sash
Official Royal Crown
Year Round Training for Appearances, Interviews, Modeling etc.
A chance to expand Community Service Platform
Opportunity to Network with distinguished people of Washington
Professional Photo Shoot
Custom Jewlery by Divine Brilliance and Cintli
*More to come!
Other Awards Given:
Miss Congeniality, Best GPA, Best Interview, Best Public Speaking, HSO Spirit Award, People's Choice Award
As Miss Hispanic Seafair...
Your requirements include the following:
Participating in the Miss Seafair Scholarship Program for Women, as a representative of HSO and the Hispanic Community.
Participating in all Seafair community events during the month of July and the first week(s) of August.
Availability throughout the year for Appearances.
Availability for travel to Mazatlan, Mexico for "Carnaval" where you will participate as an Ambassador for Washington and participate in the election of "Reina Internacional del Pacifico". (6 days of travel, Passport Required)
Note: Due to the safety concerns about traveling, HSO participation at Carnaval has been suspended until further notice.
Availability to help in the candidate process January to May the year following your crowning. (average 3 Saturday's a month)
Be willing to help and volunteer at Hispanic Seafair Events
Be 18 years of age by August of the current year of participation
Be enrolled as a Full-Time student at a college or university as of Fall/Autumn term of the current year of participation.
Be involved in or have plans to start a community service platform.
Be a single woman (not married, divorced or a mother)
Be a woman of good moral character
Nursing Student at Seattle University
Typically all contestants of the Miss Hispanic Seafair Scholarship Program for Women, receive training in Public Speaking, Interviewing, Professionalism, Presentations and Wellness/Self Care.
Prior years consisted of a three month program where the contestants attend workshops that allow them to learn and gain more skills in the areas mentioned. The training's purpose is to help build well rounded role models for our community, prepare each contestant to be successful in our scholarship program and prepare them to take on leadership roles in our community.