Miss Indian Nations Pageant

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Miss Indian Nations Pageant
Miss Indian Nations Pageant

The Pageant is open to all Native American women who are at least one-fourth degree Indian and are between the ages of 18 to 26. Proof of age and tribal enrollment are necessary. Applicants must be single and non-parent.

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The National Miss Indian Nations Pageant was created to promote the goodwill of a Cross-cultural Education Program.

The primary function of Miss Indian Nations will be to serve as an Ambassador for all Indian Nations as well as to serve as an official representative of United Tribes Technical College.

The Pageant is a nonprofit organization sponsored by United Tribes Technical College.

The Miss Indian Nations Pageant Program also provides an educational/scholarship program. Miss Indian Nations emphasizes the importance of education and in this endeavor shares not only her belief in education in general, but also emphasizes a Cross-cultural Education Program during her reign.

Miss Indian Nations’ primary goal will be to utilize her communication skills through teaching and sharing with our non-Indian brothers and sisters the rich traditions, cultures, and heritage of Native American Indian people.

The National Miss Indian Nations Pageant is proud to be affiliated with the internationally recognized event, the United Tribes International Powwow.

Source: unitedtribespowwow

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