To compete in the Miss Prodigious Beauty Pageant, a contestant must fulfill the following requirements:
Contestants must meet the deadline requirements established by Own Your “NOW” Foundation N.A., Inc. which can be found in the packet emailed to the contestant or on the website https://ownyournow.org/.
Contestants who fail to meet the deadlines will not be allowed to compete in the pageant.
The information packet will include information concerning prize scholarships, special awards, apparel, fees, and other details of the pageant.
A contestant must be born female. An official birth certificate and state identification are required.
A contestant must be between the ages of 17-25 years of age outlined as 17 years of age on January 1 and cannot be 26 on December 31 of the year when the pageant is held.
A contestant must be a U.S. citizen.
Contestants must have paid all dues and pageant fees by the due date outlined in the packet mailed.
Contestants must be enrolled or have successfully been accepted into a four-year college/ university degree program. Enrollment/acceptance will be verified with the school.
A contestant must have never performed any act or engaged in any activity or employment that is or could reasonably be characterized as dishonest, immoral, or indecent.
A contestant must never have been convicted of any criminal offense and there are no criminal charges presently pending against her.
A contestant must be in good health and can participate fully and without limitation in any pageant activities.
A contestant cannot be pregnant.
Any contestant winning the Miss Prodigious first-place title is not eligible to compete in that pageant thereafter.
Winners of Miss Prodigious pageants are expected to attend the pageant in the coming years.
Own Your “NOW” Foundation N.A., Inc. nor its sponsors are responsible financially for transportation, room, and reserved seating or responsible for making such arrangements.
Board Members and Volunteers cannot serve in any capacity within and must have formally resigned at least six (6) months before a member of his or her immediate family competes at any level.
See the contestant contract for additional requirements.