Miss Hawaii Scholarships help to empower young women across the Hawaiian Islands

Posted on June 6, 2014

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Article by Tina Quizon

The Miss Hawaii Scholarship Pageant is a combination of helping young women become and explore “the Best that they can be” through scholarships, community service and a platform.  Providing opportunities to speak publicly, and to voice and demonstrate strong leadership skills.  Showcasing a young woman’s wisdom & beauty while earning scholarships toward higher education. An opportunity that truly leaves a life long impact on the young ladies who chooses the pathway that guides them through the Miss Hawaii program.

The Miss America Pageant, was established in 1921, and is the single largest provider of scholarships for women in the world. Miss America also makes available the following scholarships to all contestants regardless of their competitive placement. A contestant need only to participate in any level of our program to be eligible, the “Tiffany Phillips Scholar Athlete Award”, “Eugenia Vellner-Fischer Award for the Performing Arts” and the
David B. Allman Medical Scholarship.

Each young lady grows in character & strength striving towards the four points of the Miss America crown – which stands for service, style, scholarship’s and success.

Miss Hawaii contestant's from Kauai - Topaz Fernandez (R) and Stephanie Steuri (L)

Miss Hawaii contestant’s from Kauai – Topaz Fernandez and Stephanie Steuri

Miss Hawaii 2014-Final Night Competition

Saturday~June 7, 2014
Hawaii Convention Center
Kalakaua Ballroom, 4th Floor

Doors Open @ 5:30pm
Pre Show @ 6:00pm
LIVE Statewide Telecast @ 7:00pm

Tickets: $45.00 AVAILABLE AT DOOR

Vying for the title of Miss Hawaii

Vying for the title of Miss Hawaii

15 young women from across the Islands, will showcase their Talent, Swimsuit, Evening Gown and an on stage question in hopes of sharing the unique qualities that reflect their personal strives, achievements and platform that could best suit one young women to be selected to represent our state of Hawaii at Miss America


Update: Stephanie Steuri crowned Miss Hawaii 2014
We wish Stephanie the best of luck on her pathway to the Miss America Crown.

Watch our 2013 TV show -Pathways to Paradise “The Power of Women through Media” http://olelo.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=30&clip_id=33018

Miss Hawaii 2013 contestant Joleen Iwaniec- Women in STEM interview- http://olelo.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=30&clip_id=35009

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