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PERSONAL INTERVIEW COMPETITION (25%)

  • Allows insight into the candidate’s ability to fulfill the responsibilities outlined in the job description and contract.

  • Provides the opportunity to learn as much as possible about the candidates qualities and attributes to fulfill the titleholder position.

  • Allows insight into the commitment o advance and execute on her social impact initiative and have a year-of-service, not celebrity.

  • Allows insight into the commitment to continue her education.

  • Allows insight into the ability to express and distinguish her beliefs and have a true knowledge of the world around her.

  • Ability to get a sense of accomplishments above and beyond the resume.

2. ON-STAGE INTERVIEW COMPETITION (15%)

  • Advancing the same criteria as the personal interview by bringing it on stage in an interactive energetic way to showcase candidates intelligence, personality, charisma and aptitude for the titleholder job.

  • Allows audience to truly get to know the candidate.

  • Allows ability to see how these discussions take place in a public forum showcasing the greater ability to communicate, stage presence, commanding presence and relatability.

  • Allows ability to judge first impression reaction.

  • Allows ability to determine if the candidate does not simply answer the question asked, but builds on a conversation from the personal interview.

  • Allows the ability to see interactivity and discussion.

  • Allows the ability to see if candidate can serve as a role model and is reflective of her generation.

  • Note: On-Stage Interview is a continuation of the private interview.

3. EVENING WEAR/SOCIAL IMPACT STATEMENT COMPETITION (20%)

  • Allows a look into how the candidate exhibits her own personal style, attitude, personality, grace, presence, and confidence while making her own statement about her mission for the job.

  • Allows a look into composure, confidence, the attention she captures on the stage, her command of the stage, presence, and how she appears in the spotlight.

  • Allows ability to judge first impression reaction.

  • Allows a look at posture and carriage.

  • Allows a chance to hear candidates presentation of her social impact initiative for social media in a different setting.

4. TALENT (40%)

  • Allows insight into the candidates’ preparatory and performance skills.

  • Looks at selection of talent presentation, as well as the performance.

  • Looks at interpretive ability and technical skill level including execution, technique, synchronization and control.

  • Allows insight into stage presence and on-stage personality.

  • Allows a look at the totality of the elements: costume, props, music, voice, use of body, choreography, etc.

  • Looks for a performance that is enjoyable and relatable.