Miss Teen Philippines 2014

One of the prestigious pageants in the country is back this year with bigger surprises for everyone. Miss Teen Philippines is proud to announce that the search is on for the teenage Filipina who showcases not only beauty but above all, intelligence. The organizers of Miss Teen Philippines emphasize the importance and value of education for every teen in the country. This is the reason why the winner for this year's Miss Teen Philippines will not only receive a cash prize and scholarship program but also great opportunities for learning under the Development program.

Miss Teen Philippines 2014 Development Program

Miss Teen Philippines 2014 will be DepEd’s Ambassadress for Education and will serve to inspire and actively engage the youth to value education while promoting the various DepEd youth-directed priority programs.

Miss Teen Philippines 2014 will be a member of the Philippine Delegation to the Southeast Asian Youth Program and to the National Youth Parliament and will undergo the same training and preparation as the other members of the national team prior to their international travel. 

Miss Teen Philippines 2014 will get a chance to dialogue and consult with WAFW’s Board of Directors and Advisors and other female global change makers in order to help her chart her future path as another woman change maker of her generation.

More than just a beauty pageant, Miss Teen Philippines 2014 is the premiere nationwide search for the next youth role model who firmly believes that education is the key to success. Miss Teen Philippines strongly recognizes that education will prepare the Filipina teens for the challenges they will face and that it will equip them with the knowledge and skills that will give them an edge over others. This is why Miss Teen Philippines opens a platform that will uphold today’s youth who acknowledge  the value of solid education.

Miss Teen Philippines Advisory Council

Aside from the development program, the winner will also get a chance to consult with the prominent people in the MTP Advisory Council. 

Jasmine Curtis-Smith: Actress, host, model, endorser, teen idol, and now, Miss Teen Philippines Ambassadress and mentor… Jasmine Curtis-Smith is the personification of beauty and brains. Young, beautiful, confident, and passionate, she is a great role model for Miss Teen Philippines aspirants. Despite achieving success in show business and attaining celebrity stardom early on, Jasmine prioritizes her studies. Currently enrolled as an AB Communication freshman at Ateneo de Manila University, Jasmine champions MTP’s own advocacy: education as a key enabler for teens to achieve global readiness. Jasmine will inspire all the young candidates to do well in school and follow their interests and passions in life.

Precious Lara Quigaman: Actress, model, endorser, and Bb. Pilipinas – International 2005 Precious Lara Quigaman studied AVCE Media Production and Communications at South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (formerly Filton College) and an Intro Course in Childhood & Youth Studies in Bristol University. She was one of People Magazine’s People of the Year in 2006 and is a recipient of Malacañang's Order of Lakandula, the highest distinction given to a civillian. Lara’s vast experience serves as inspiration on how far one can get ahead in the global stage. She will also share the richness of her experience in interfacing with different cultures and nationalities especially in an educational environment abroad.

Ruffa Gutierrez: One of the industry’s most beautiful faces, actress, TV host, Miss World Asia & Oceana 1993, 1992 Elite Model Look of the Year, and Miss World 1993 2nd Runner Up, Ruffa Gutierrez has a lot of tips to give our teen candidates. She will advise the candidates on how to have confidence, poise, and stamina to face the challenges and rigors of being in a beauty pageant—coping with being in the limelight and at the same time making a positive impact on people of different cultures and backgrounds.

Robbie Piñera: A veteran of magazine editorials, TV commercials, and advertising campaigns, Robbie Piñera is a makeup artist extraordinaire who has worked with celebrities like Anne Curtis, Georgina Wilson, Solenn Heusaff, Julia Barretto, and Kathryn Bernardo. Robbie is also a favorite of brides—some of his famous bridal clients include Korina Sanchez-Roxas and Carmina Villaroel-Legaspi. Robbie will equip the candidates with tips on how to put on age-appropriate makeup and be always camera-ready for their “selfies”—for posting as they go through their Miss Teen Philippines journey…and beyond.

Jing Monis: The Philippines’ premier hair stylist and hair care expert is behind the famous manes of Judy Ann Santos and Jasmine Curtis-Smith among many others. Jing Monis is also an astute entrepreneur behind a successful chain of salons. “To bring out the true beauty that lies within each woman through my craft” is Jing’s philosophy, and this is exactly what he will teach the young pageant contestants. Jing will lend his expertise in achieving the occasion-appropriate hairstyle and hair care regimen for the active teen lifestyle. Jing will also supervise a team of hair and makeup artists to prepare the young ladies look their best on Coronation Night.

Laureen Uy: The country’s most popular fashion blogger, Laureen Uy’s blog on www.breakmystyle.com commands a large teen following. The younger sister of fashion stylist Liz Uy, Laureen is also a TV actress. She is emulated by her fans for her trendy and daring fashion styling and personal style. Her fearless fashion and style forecasts definitely capture the vibe of the here and now, thus resonating with the young and the restless set. Laureen will provide the pageant contestants not only tips on how to always look good and on-trend, but also how to use fashion to express their individuality and personality.

Bianca Valerio: Best-selling author, host par excellence, teen counselor, columnist, makeup artist, beauty product development consultant, and co-founder and Personality Development Coach of The Launch Pad… Bianca Valerio is one busy woman! Bianca will provide coaching on how the candidates and winners can better deal with the rollercoaster ride of being the center of attention, both positively or negatively, during the pre-pageant, pageant and post-pageant phases. 

The coronation of Miss Teen Philippines for this year will be on May 31, 2014. For more information about this pageant, log on to http://www.missteenphils.org/

Algene C.

The author is currently taking up law who blogs on her free time.

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