Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador 

A Premier Scholarship Program for Young Women ages 13-18 

 

The Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador Scholarship Program is a forum for young women ages 13-18 to challenge themselves to be their best. Our organization is founded on the principle that the future of our province is dependent upon the leadership qualities of today's youth. We believe that involvement in volunteer work and community service should be both encouraged and rewarded. We further believe that in order to become a strong leader, a young woman must be a well-rounded individual. She must challenge herself academically, she must be physically fit, poised, and she must be able to exude confidence and self-esteem. Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador is a role model for youth and a shining example in her community and province.

This incorporated, not-for-profit organization is operated by a volunteer board, and funds raised through sponsorships are dispersed in the form of educational scholarships, in accordance with the guidelines established for not-for-profit organizations by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Canada Revenue Agency. Entry fees are used to offset the administrative and production costs associated with the program.

 

Stellar Educational Opportunity

 

  Miss Achievement Newfoundland and Labrador is an Incorporated, not-for-profit scholarship program. We provide the province's largest scholarship program for young women, which awards individuals for academics, promotion of healthy living, public speaking, community service, volunteer work, environmental awareness and performance-related talents.

 Our participants are inspirational and exciting celebrations of achievement, talent and imagination, who provide unique and exemplary contributions to their schools and communities.

Did You Know?

  •   Since 2006 we've awarded over $85,000 in scholarships. Juliette Dupre, Julia Hiscock, Beth Peddle, Kayla Carroll, Kora Liegh Russell, Jenna Kelly, Kandice Power, Mackenzie Dove, have together received nearly $600,000 in educational scholarships since winning their respective titles.
  •   Our titleholders: Juliette Dupre, Kayla Carroll, Jenna Kelly and Kandice Power, as well as alumni Maggie Hynes, Andrea Andersen, Regan Burden, Sabrina Andrews and Catherine Price, have been recognized with prestigious URock Volunteer Awards by the Provincial Government.

Would you like to become a volunteer and assist young women with their educational endeavors and personal growth? Email us at: [email protected]