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Miss Magnificent 2024
Showing the world how it's done:

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Miss Magnificent Tourism 2024 

 

Despite having boundless potential, girls with disabilities often face societal myths and biases that limit their personal growth and prevent them from taking risks. This can lead to a lack of opportunities to make friends, as well as limited access to resources that their non-disabled peers may have. Therefore, it's crucial to encourage and support women with disabilities in pursuing their goals, challenging themselves, and taking pride in their identities. This way, they can lead fulfilling lives, make a positive impact on the world, and inspire others to do the same.

Regarding the Miss Magnificent program, it's exciting to see a new opportunity that promotes self-confidence for girls and women with disabilities. By participating in this program, they can develop their skills, make appearances, take on challenges, and engage in photo shoots, all while holding the Miss Magnificent title. This can be a powerful way to empower and uplift these individuals, and we hope to see more programs like this in the future.

She will learn to advocate for change in her  community and maybe the nation, not only for herself but others who will come behind her. 

statistics regarding women with disabilities versus men in employment, poverty, and pay:

  1. Employment:

  • In 2020, the labor force participation rate for women with disabilities was 30.4%, compared to 72.3% for men with disabilities. (Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

  • The unemployment rate for women with disabilities was 13.8% in 2020, compared to 9.6% for men with disabilities. (Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

  1. Poverty:

  • Women with disabilities are more likely to live in poverty than men with disabilities. In the U.S., the poverty rate for women with disabilities was 24.3% in 2019, compared to 20.1% for men with disabilities. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau)

  1. Pay:

  • Women with disabilities typically earn less than men with disabilities. In the U.S., women with disabilities earned 72 cents for every dollar earned by men with disabilities in 2019. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau)

It's important to note that these statistics can vary depending on the country and region being considered, and that there may be other factors at play besides gender and disability status that affect these outcomes.

By providing an educational, safe and nurturing environment we will empower girls and women with disabilities by providing them with practical tools to take control of their narratives, leverage their strengths, and craft their own life paths. Encouraging each to share their stories which will help her and others reach for the stars. 

 

National Title Fee of Jr. Princess Miss Magnificent, Pre-Teen Miss Magnificent, Jr. Teen Miss Magnificent, Teen Miss Magnificent, and Miss Magnificent. is $395.99 if paid in full discount,  one time no additional fees.   Payments may be made one when you receive invoice $223.00 and another payment of $223.00 30 days later.

State titles $295.99 Payments may be made one when you receive invoice $173.00 and another payment of $173.00 30 days later.

National Title Holders Give Up their titles at the Grand Finale' Pageant and State Title Holders will compete for those National Titles.

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Age Categories:

Girls/Ladies Ages:

Jr. Miss  5-8

Pre-Teen 9-12

Jr. Teen  13-15

Teen 16-18

Miss 19-25

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Miss Magnificent Tourism 2024 

 Contestants will be chosen from their online entry, photo submission and her story as well as her Inspiration project. Fill in your form below:

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