* Must be at least 17 but no older than 24 as of December 31, 2013.Follow these steps to become the next Miss Boston or Miss Cambridge:
* Single, never been married, without children.
* Live, work full time, or attend school full time in Massachusetts.
* Be at least a high school senior.
* Must be a U.S. Citizen
* Be able to meet the time commitment and responsibilities as set forth by the Miss Boston Scholarship Organization should you win one of the titles.
*The candidates must be available to serve from February until February of following year. She will also compete in the Miss Massachusetts Scholarship Pageant in June. As the Miss Boston Scholarship Organization supports education, every effort will be made to accommodate her school schedule.
Pageant Phases of Competition
Competitions scored on a scale of 1 through 10 using whole numbers only.
Additional Contestant Requirements:
- Interview – 25%
- Suggested wardrobe: a simple dress or pants that would be appropriate for a job interview.
- Talent – 35% (Talent must not exceed 90 seconds)
- Suggested wardrobe: An outfit that represents your talent and that you feel comfortable performing in.
- Evening Wear – 20%
- Suggested wardrobe: An evening gown that makes you feel beautiful.
- Lifestyle and Fitness in Swimsuit – 15%
- Suggested wardrobe: The swimsuit may be a one or two-piece swimsuit of any color and cut you prefer. Please, nothing too revealing!
- On-Stage Question – 5%
- You will wear your interview outfit or evening gown.
*All contestants must raise a minimum of $100 for the Children's Miracle Network.
*All contestants must submit a refundable competition deposit of $100.
*All contestants must sell a minimum of one program book ad for $150 (8.5x11" black and white).
*All contestants must sell a minimum of 10 tickets to the event.
*All contestants must attend the pre-pageant orientation on February 2 from 10am-12pm and a rehearsal on February 9, time TBD.